The Spiritual Legacy of C.S. Lewis

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Press: Cumberland House Publishing (August 19, 2001)
Author Name:Glaspey, Terry W.


As one of the most brilliant and creative minds of the twentieth century, C. 
Lewis crosses over all literary, philosophical, and religious boundaries.
A world-renowned scholar of medieval literature at Oxford University, he was able to write and lecture in such clear, direct language that ordinary men and women were fully able to comprehend the truths he extolled.
He was a successful writer, the prolific author of such classic masterpieces as The Screwtape Letters, The Chronicles of Narnia, The Problem of Pain, and Mere Christianity.
Moreover, his life was as compelling as his work.
This perspective informs the play and feature film Shadowlands, which only reinforces his uniqueness all the more.In this exposition of Lewis's legacy, Terry Glaspey offers a clear view of the character of this extraordinarily gifted man who believed that his sharp mind and rich imagination were to be accompanied by a sense of responsibility to the wider world.
Thus this book demonstrates why, two generations after his death, Lewis continues to be numbered among our best-selling authors and our most influential thinkers.


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  •     C.S. Lewis was an acclaimed scholar of medieval literature at Oxford University who converted to Catholicism and wrote such masterpieces of Christian literature as The Screwtape Letters, The Chronicles of Narnia, The Problem of Pain, and Mere Christianity. His life was as compelling as his writings. Essential and highly recommended reading for his legions of admirers, The Spiritual Legacy of C.S. Lewis presents the life story of this remarkable man, memorable excerpts from his writings, and insightful comments upon the vast impact that Lewis has had on providing the lay reader with a Christian perspective on reason, holiness, and imagination.
  •     One of the clearest, best-crafted analyses of the legacy of C.S. Lewis. Lewis was an Oxford scholar who penned fiction, apologetics, allegory, and theology after an adult experience of encountering the claims of Christ.The works of C.S. Lewis are widely available here on Amazon. This book by author and editor Terry Glaspey is a great place to begin if you're curious about Lewis the person, and if you're looking for a well-written tour of the contribution Lewis made to spiritual thought and exploration.If you're looking around Amazon for C.S. Lewis material, start here. Look for books written by Terry Glaspey and Gerard Reed; each of these are compelling current-day Lewis scholars who write approachable, clear-minded books for students of Lewis --- and all who love to learn.Five stars for very well-written discussion of Lewis the theologian and spiritual thinker.Dr. David FrisbieTHE CENTER FOR MARRIAGE & FAMILY STUDIESAuthor of "The Soul-Mate Marriage" and 11 other books

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