The C.S. Lewis Study Program consists of the following lecture series: Mere Christianity, The Screwtape Letters, and Letters to Malcolm, Chiefly on Prayer. Each series contains lectures by noted C.S. Lewis scholars and also includes a printed study guide with additional questions for further study.
In this series of lectures, Dr. Chris Mitchell, Director of the Marion Wade Center at Wheaton College, provides clear and illuminating teaching on each section of Mere Christianity, greatly enhancing our insights into the most profound of Lewis’s books. Available here for free download in video and audio.
The Screwtape Letters
In this series of lectures, Dr. Jerry Root, C.S. Lewis Scholar and Professor, Wheaton College provides helpful background and emphasis to Lewis’s fascinating imaginary correspondence between a senior tempter, Screwtape, and a junior devil, Wormwood. Root gives us penetrating insights into how Lewis portrays the unseen powers of evil and how they work to ensnare and destroy those who seek to follow Christ. Available here for free video download.
Letters to Malcolm, Chiefly on Prayer
In this three-part DVD study guide, Marjorie Lamp Mead, Associate Director, Marion Wade Center at Wheaton College, provides background and context to Lewis’s series of letters on prayer. Letters to Malcolm was Lewis’s follow up to The Screwtape Letters and Dr. Mead illuminates Lewis’s incredible insights as he imagines the powerful impact of our prayers. Available here for free video download.
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