C.S. Lewis in the Library


Author
Lewis, C.S.
Call Number
223.206 LEW
Summary
Reflections on both the form and the meaning of select passages in Psalms. [also in The Inspirational Writings of C. S. Lewis]
Author
Lewis, C.S.
Call Number
230 LEW
Summary
A classic explanation of the essence of the Christian faith.
Author
Lewis, C.S.
Call Number
230 LEW
Summary
Fourteen of Lewis's theological papers on subjects such as Christianity and literature, Christianity and culture, ethics, futility, church music, modern theology and biblical criticism, the Psalms, and petitionary prayer.
Author
Lewis, C.S.
Call Number
230.01 LEW
Summary
Essays addressing theological and ethical questions with Christian insight.
Author
Brown, Devin
Call Number
230.092 BRO
Summary
Follows Lewis’s journey from atheist to Christian using writings from his apologetic, autobiographical, and fiction works.
Author
Skinner, Andrew
Call Number
230.092 LEW
Summary
A collection of essays from LDS scholars and leaders about C.S. Lewis and his literature.
Author
McGrath, Alister E.
Call Number
230.092 MCG 2014
Summary
This short book is a distillation of what Lewis thought about the greatest questions of life.
Author
Lewis, C.S
Call Number
231.73 LEW
Summary
Ponders the possibility and probability of the miraculous and addresses the issue of how God intervenes in nature and human affairs.
Author
Lewis, C.S.
Call Number
231.8 LEW
Summary
Contemplates pain and human suffering and how they raise almost intolerable intellectual problems.
Author
Lewis, C.S.
Call Number
236.2 LEW
Summary
A fantasy about a bus ride from hell to heaven raises questions about the details of the underworld.
Author
Lindsley, Arthur
Call Number
239 LIN
Summary
There can be many obstacles to faith. As Art Lindsley tells us, "Lewis knew what it was like not to believe. He struggled with many doubts along the way to faith. Since he was an ardent atheist until age thirty-one, Lewis's experience and education prepared him to understand firsthand the most common arguments against Christianity."
Author
Lewis, C.S.
Call Number
241.4 LEW
Summary
Explores the possibilities and problems of the four basic kinds of human love. [also in The Inspirational Writings of C. S. Lewis]
Author
Lewis, C.S.
Call Number
242 LEW
Summary
Daily readings from both famous and letter-known works, letters, and essays with topics like spirituality, materialism, sexuality, and many others.
Author
Lewis, C.S.
Call Number
242.4 LEW
Summary
Lewis shares an intense account of the meaning of death with wit and insight.
Author
Lewis, C. S.
Call Number
248.246 LEW
Summary
Lewis tells of his spiritual journey that led him from the Christianity of his early youth into atheism and then back again to Christianity. [also in The Inspirational Writings of C. S. Lewis]
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