Tuesday, January 24, 2006

C.S. Lewis: The godfather of layman apologists



These days C.S. Lewis is better known as the author of The Chronicles of Narnia. Those who are fond of his children's stories (equally enjoyable to adults) will find that Lewis has much more to offer than weaving tales of fantasy and adventure.

I was first introduced to C.S. Lewis by a friend's recommendation of his book Mere Christianity. What I found interesting about Lewis after the first reading was the intense intellectual workout he can put you through, but at the same time making you enjoy it. I think the reason for that is that you cannot read Lewis without being impressed by his natural ability to marry reason and imagination.

Visit this nicely done fan blog dedicated to Lewis, a daily updated site featuring snippets from his vast body of works. Since Lewis is someone you'll find yourself going back to over and over again, I've put this link on the navigation panel to the left under the heading "Blogs I Read".

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Blogger Kevin Parry said...

One of the books that I plan to study this year is Mere Christianity. I've already read the Screwtape Letters, and have great respect for CS Lewis as a writer. I'm looking forward to exploring his arguments in more detail.

All the best
Kevin

Memoirs of an ex-Christian

February 11, 2006 9:20 PM  

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