Tag Archives: C.S. Lewis

Owen Barfield on C.S. Lewis: An Unforgettable Literary and Intellectual Friendship

The way this book describes moments where Barfield agreed, and also moments where he disagreed with Lewis, make it a worthwhile book even for readers who aren’t Inklings specialists. The essays show an affectionate yet competitive friendship that lasted for decades, encompassing differences of opinion.

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Once upon a wardrobe

This is a sweet story of the love between a brother and sister and an equally endearing story of encounters between Megs and C.S. Lewis as we all as his brother Warnie.

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True Myth: C. S. Lewis and Joseph Campbell on the Veracity of Christianity

As Menzie contrasts Lewis’ and Campbell’s views, he shows why it’s important to understand whether Christianity makes historic claims and what those claims are.

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