Clive Staples Lewis was a celebrated Anglo-Irish novelist, academic, medievalist, literary critic, lay theologian and Christian apologist whose impact and influence lives on.

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Archives: October 2005

He is Not a Tame Author

October 31st, 2005

We know what Mr. and Mrs. Beaver thought of Aslan, but what would they have thought of Mr. Lewis? Some 55 years after the first publication of his artful children’s fantasy, The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, we may say, collectively expressing our amazement that C. S. Lewis’s book sales are still roaring along, […]

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Lewis in Fresno

October 24th, 2005

I had the remarkable pleasure of spending five days in Fresno, CA as part of both the Narnia on Tour and as a speaker for First Presbyterian Church in downtown Fresno. I spoke four times-once at a special Wed. service, once at a reception for me, which was Q&A about CSL and what was burning […]

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Narnian Press Coverage–What She Did With the Interview

October 16th, 2005

Several weeks ago I was interviewed by the Religion News Service, and I gave you a basic paraphrased summary in my Sept. 22 entry. Here is what my interviewer chose to use out of my remarks in the final print version from one news source: “Narnia’ fuels fascination of C.S. Lewis”. We spoke for almost […]

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Is This Narnia? No, Just Chicago: A Narnian Promotion Event

October 13th, 2005

I traveled with my wife Joan and son Michael to Wheaton Bible Church outside of Chicago on Tuesday for a Narnia promotion event sponsored by Walden Media, Disney, MissionAmerica, and We left at 3:30AM EST from Bowling Green, OH for the 10AM CST event and arrived in time to sip some Starbucks in downtown […]

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Serenity and C. S. Lewis

October 2nd, 2005

It is dangerous to speculate on what kind of movie C. S. Lewis would or would not like. After all, he did not like movies. But he did like narrative and romance (i.e., a technical term for adventure and questing, not a reference to Harlequin novels)–and he loved science-fiction, or “speculative fiction.” He chose it […]

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