C S Lewis was a remarkable man. Becoming a Christian seemingly almost against his will, he once described himself as England's most reluctant convert. Yet he went on to become one of the seminal thinkers of the twentieth century, with an influence almost unparalleled in his generation.
A prolific writer, broadcaster and academic, his books have found their way into homes all around the world, and his works are enjoyed by young and old alike. While his writings show a deep familiarity with the Scriptures, many people feel that he was inconsistent. Join Andrew Wheeler in this engaging, balanced overview of the writings of C S Lewis.
- 144 pages
- © 2006
- ISBN 9781846250460