A free e-book to commemorate C.S. Lewis:

C.S. Lewis was not a trained theologian, a clergyman, or priest. Instead, he was an English Literature tutor and lecturer at Oxford University and Professor of Medieval and Renaissance English at Cambridge University, who used the gifts that God had given him to point people toward Jesus Christ. His books of fiction, apologetics, science fiction, autobiography, poetry and nonfiction, and his essays and sermons have instructed and inspired millions. The manner in which he lived his life, as well, was a witness to the loving work of the Holy Spirit in his life. Learn more about C.S. Lewis's spiritual journey and influence in this free booklet which covers:

  • His Life and Faith
  • His Thought and Teaching
  • His Family and Friends
  • His Influences

Including Chapters by C.S. Lewis Scholars:

Dr. Lyle W. Dorsett - Billy Graham Chair of Evangelism at Beeson Divinity School
Dr. James M. Houston - Founder of Regent College, Co-founder of C.S. Lewis Institute
Dr. Art Lindsley - Vice President of Theological Initiatives at Institute for Faith, Work and Economics
Marjorie Lamp Mead - Associate Director of the Wade Center at Wheaton College
The late Dr. Christopher W. Mitchell - Professor of Christian Thought, Torrey Honors Institute at Biola University
Dr. Earl F. Palmer - Founder of Earl Palmer Ministries
Dr. Philip G. Ryken - President of Wheaton College

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