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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Jack the Counselor

May 3rd, 2015

by Dr. Bruce L. Edwards (c) 2015. Ask any ten avid readers of C. S. Lewis to describe his vocation and I suspect 9 out of 10 will use one of the following terms: Christian apologist, fantasy/sf writer, children’s author, literary critic, Oxford don—a handful, maybe even “poet.” Few, I reckon, would think to refer […]

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Effigy or Elegy: C. S. Lewis and Rob Bell — A Review of LOVE WINS

March 28th, 2011

By Megan J. Robinson Associate Editor, C. S. Lewis Review Editor, Traveling the Far Country. So, I’ve read Love Wins (LW). It’s an easy, quick read, and after finishing and thinking about it, my initial reaction is: We may as well burn C.S. Lewis in effigy, and deny the phenomenal impact he’s had on many […]

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Urbana 09: the State of Christianity

January 24th, 2010

The State of Christianity from Urbana 09 on Vimeo.

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New C. S. Lewis Seminars for Weekends in 2010

July 26th, 2009

I am pleased to announce three new seminars are available for scheduling in 2010: Reading the Bible With C. S. Lewis

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What You're Missing . . .

April 19th, 2009

If you’re not following CSLEWISNEWS on Twitter (subscribe now), today’s entry: A. N. Wilson’s return to faith after 20 yrs. in the atheist wilderness after writing his bio of CSLewis:

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U2, Bono, C. S. Lewis — October 2-4, 2009

November 11th, 2008

Coming May 13-15, 2009, Durham, NC will be the grand venue for a terrific academic conference sponsored by North Carolina Central University, focused on the music, work and influence of U2: U2: The Hype and the Feedback. (You may have noticed the info box on the right menu that has been posted since October.) Registration […]

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Jack's Heavenly GPS

October 13th, 2008

I learned from speaking in Ft Collins, CO, last week that people have a hunger for heaven. They may not know that–and perhaps call it something else. But just as Jack suggested in his sermon, “The Weight of Glory,” people cannot quite be educated out of their deep longing for the real, the permanent, and […]

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September 22nd, 2008

Welcome, those of you interested in kind of following along next week for my weekend seminar in Ft. Collins, CO, here is a (tantalizingly cryptic) outline for the four sessions I will be doing with the kind help of David Guyor, Colorado Christian University and Brent Cunningham, Timebrline Church. Hope you can do it in […]

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Resurrecting Old Myths

July 7th, 2008

In light of the “new” controversy over the “recent” discovery of references to the resurrection in Dead Sea Scroll materials, keep in mind: In the New Testament, the thing really happens. The Dying God really appears—as a historical Person, living in a definite place and time. . . . The old myth of the Dying […]

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Belief & Unbelief: A Reappraisal

July 3rd, 2008

Ten Maxims for Reflection and DebateDr. Bruce L. Edwards SKEPTICISM is always easier than belief, for skepticism commits one to nothing in particular, and removes accountability. The believer by contrast must live up to her principles and face the possibility of being wrong or hypocritical. And doleful public scrutiny. All the skeptic has to do […]

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