The Life and Writings of C.S. LewisAudiobook CD - 2000 | Library edition.
This course investigates the works of 20th-century British literary scholar and author C. S. Lewis. What is it about this Oxbridge don and self-described "very ordinary layman of the Church of England" that touches millions of readers so deeply, making him the most widely read Christian spokesman of our time? The lectures cover his spiritual autobiography, creative works, and scholarly reflections on pain and grief, love and friendship, prophecy and miracles, and education and mythology. Among works and topics discussed are Lewis's: Christian apologetics in Mere Christianity ironic exploration of temptation, sin, and salvation in The Screwtape Letters allegory in the science fiction "Space Trilogy" characters in his beloved children's series, the "Chronicles of Narnia."
Publisher: Chantilly, Va. : Teaching Co., 
Edition: Library edition.
Branch Call Number: CD 828.912 LEW MAR
Characteristics: 6 sound discs (approximately 360 min.) :,digital ;,4 3/4 in. +,1 book.
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