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English critic and novelist

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So I would humbly suggest that the Synoptics, and not John's Gospel, are what C.S. Lewis found to be lacking in "mythic taste."
A particularly striking essay is Stephen Logan's "The Soul of C.S. Lewis," which concludes with the thoughtful poem "Westminster Abbey Unvisited" honoring the fiftieth anniversary of Lewis's death (184-85).
If C.S. LEWIS: IMAGES OF HIS WORLD sounds familiar to avid scholars of Lewis, it's because this is a reissue of a classic which probes the people and places which inspired the religious author.
Tolkien (1893-1873) and C.S. Lewis (1898-1963), and a number of others all of whom had a strong connection with Oxford University.
They met on Thursday evenings in Tolkien's or C.S. Lewis' room, sharing manuscripts, gossip, and spirits.
So far his films have met with mixed success, but he has hopes for a partnership with Disney to develop C.S. Lewis's Narnia books into a series of movies.
We've all wondered from time to time about what C.S. Lewis called the "problem of pain": Why would a kind and loving God permit His children to suffer?
It was he who, shortly thereafter, first introduced me to the writings of C.S. Lewis. The second event, a few weeks later, was this: I was walking along the same portion of the same street but on its other side, and I happened to look up and spotted a sign in the window of a dormitory that read "Frodo Lives!" (2) I of course had to find out who that Frodo was and why I should be excited that he was still alive, and so I read The Lord of the Rings for the first time, not knowing that Lewis and Tolkien had been friends.
C.S. Lewis spent the first half of his life as an atheist, but later converted to Christianity--why the change of heart?
One of Christian apologist C.S. Lewis's stepsons, Douglas Gresham, today runs a counseling centre in Ireland where he ministers to brothers and sisters who've been thrown into trauma and depression by the knowledge that one of more of their siblings has been aborted.
C.S. Lewis once said that if he were God, surveying the mess humanity had made of a wonderful creation, he would be sorely tempted just to sweep us all away and have another run at it.
C.S. Lewis' Chronicles of Narnia series combined fantasy and Christian allegory to capture the imaginations of generations of readers.
In addition to being a great writer, C.S. LEWIS was also a great promoter of his literary friends.
More than a dozen members of the C.S. Lewis Society of Central Massachusetts gathered Sept.
44), makes a comment on C.S. Lewis's marriage to 'a divorced woman.' Lewis's biographers, Green and Hooper (a Catholic), tell the story in the 2003 ed.