C. S. Lewis Video Resources

 

C.S. Lewis's Enduring Legacy: Discipleship of Heart and Mind

In his keynote address at the 13th Annual C.S. Lewis Institute Partnership Banquet, Dr. Philip Ryken reflects on the life and works of C.S. Lewis.

Mere Christianity

In these video lectures, Dr. Chris Mitchell looks at the book, the idea, and the legacy of C.S. Lewis's Mere Christianity.

The Screwtape Letters

In these video lectures, Dr. Jerry Root looks at one of C.S. Lewis's most important works.

Letters to Malcolm

In these video lectures, Marjorie Lamp Mead discusses the benefit we receive from Lewis’s lived understanding of prayer as well as his thoughts on other aspects of the Christian life through his Letters to Malcolm.


C.S. Lewis's Case for Christ

The C.S. Lewis's Case for Christ videos and the accompanying study guide are based on the book, C.S. Lewis's Case for Christ by Dr. Art Lindsley (InterVarsity Press, 2005). They are a great introduction for small group study on C.S. Lewis’s arguments against unbelief and for faith.


 

 
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