7 edition of Conversations with C.S. Lewis found in the catalog.
Conversations with C.S. Lewis
Includes bibliographical references (p. ) and index.
|LC Classifications||BX4827.L44 V45 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2008002181|
A Grief Observed, C.S. Lewis A Grief Observed is a collection of C. S. Lewis's reflections on the experience of bereavement following the death of his wife, Joy Davidman, in The book was first published in under the pseudonym N.W. Clerk, as Lewis wished to avoid identification as the author/5. Drawing on C.S. Lewis’s broad corpus, both his beloved classics and his less well-known writings, Humphrey brings Lewis into conversation with Orthodox thinkers from the ancient past down to the present day, on subjects as diverse and challenging as the nature of reality, miracles, the ascetic life, the atonement, the last things, and the mystery of male and female.
What is Lewis saying, in the book as a whole, about human and divine love? Over the course of The Screwtape Letters, the state of the patient's soul fluctuates as he experiences a conversion, doubt, dangerous friendships, war, love, and finally, in death, oneness with God. What major strategies does Screwtape use to tempt the patient into. C. S. Lewis may seem like an odd subject for study when it comes to the theology and practice of worship. He was neither a clergyman nor a professional theologian. And though he wrote wisely and winsomely on a wide range of subjects related to the Christian life, he devoted relatively little attention to ecclesiology, liturgy, music, and corporate worship.
C. S. Lewis is a thinker much treasured by many Orthodox. Edith Humphrey’s clear, joyful, and accessible book brings Lewis into conversation with Orthodox thinkers and reveals many consistently Orthodox strands in the thought of this immensely popular Christian apologist. C. S. Lewis. Clive Staples Lewis (born ) in Belfast, Northern Ireland, died Novem ), commonly referred to as C. S. Lewis, was a renowned British author and adopted the name "Jack," which is how he was known to his friends and acquaintances. He is known for his work on medieval literature and for his Christian apologetics and fiction, especially The Chronicles of Narnia.
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In Conversations with C. Lewis, Robert Velarde takes us on just such an imaginative journey with C. Lewis, not only to the fields of Lewis's boyhood, but throughout the major scenes of Lewis's unparalleled life.
What C. Lewis fan hasn't longed, and dreamed of what it would be like, to actually sit down with Lewis and ask him questions /5(10). Robert Velarde is author of Conversations with C.S.
Lewis (IVP, ), a creative book that uses an imaginary conversation with C.S. Lewis as its main premise. In so doing, Velarde enlivens episodes of Lewis’s life by using much of what Lewis wrote about to fuel the conversation between Lewis and the main character Tom, an atheist.
Conversations with C. Lewis: Imaginative Discussions About Life, Christianity and God - Kindle edition by Velarde, Robert. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.
Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Conversations with C. Lewis: Imaginative Discussions About Life, Christianity and God/5(10). Conversations with C. Lewis is a creative apologetic unequaled since Peter Kreeft's Between Heaven and Hell was first published.
This is a book eminently suitable for passing on to one's atheist, agnostic and seeking friends. Conversations with C. Lewis book.
Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Lewis died inbut I met him last week. Ro 4/5. Author, philosopher, and ESN member Robert Velarde’s Conversations with C.
Lewis: Conversations with C.S. Lewis book Discussions About Life, Christianity and God was published by InterVarsity Press in May The book is “an imaginative narrative of a fictional encounter with C. Lewis,” based on Velarde’s own extensive research into Lewis’ life and writings.
C.S. Lewis's writings have taken the Western world by storm, but what of the Eastern Orthodox. Humphrey masterfully puts major themes from Lewis's writings (e.g., the nature of reality, miracles, the ascetic life, atonement, the last things, the mystery of male and female) in dialogue with prominent Orthodox thinkers past and present.
pages, : St. Vladimir's Seminary Press. From the Summer issue of Knowing & Doing:: From Narnia to the Gospel: Turning Conversations about C. Lewis to the Topic He Loved Most. by Randy Newman,Ph.D.
Senior Teaching Fellow for Apologetics and Evangelism, C.S. Lewis Institute. C.S. Lewis was a prolific Irish writer and scholar best known for his 'Chronicles of Narnia' fantasy series and his pro-Christian texts.
It was through conversations with group members that Born: Two of the men — C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien — are particularly engaged with one another, deep inside an animated discussion on the nature of metaphor and myth.
While both men are something war veterans, teach and lecture at Oxford colleges, and share a love of old literature, the two friends are in many ways a study in : Brett And Kate Mckay. From the Spring issue of Knowing & Doing:: Five Ways to Start Gospel Conversations. by Mary Amendolia Gardner, M.A.
C.S. Lewis Institute Senior Fellow Spiritual Director, Coracle. The official website for C. Lewis. Browse a complete collection of his books, sign up for a monthly enewsletter, find additional resources, and more.
Clive Staples Lewis (29 November – 22 November ) was a British writer and lay held academic positions in English literature at both Oxford University (Magdalen College, –) and Cambridge University (Magdalene College, –).He is best known for his works of fiction, especially The Screwtape Letters, The Chronicles of Narnia, and The Space Trilogy, and Children: 2 step-sons; including Douglas Gresham.
Lewis died inbut I met him last week." So begins an imaginative journey in which the literature professor mysteriously appears in Thomas Clerk's hospital room. "Call me Jack," Lewis says as he invites Clerk to step into a wardrobe.
From there the two embark on a remarkable voyage through Lewis's life. They experience pivotal events from Lewis's childhood and meet many of his real. CULTURE C. Lewis’s Journey to Faith By Robert B.
Stewart Guest Writer. – C. Lewis left his childhood Christian faith to spend years as a determined atheist. After finally admitting God existed, Lewis gave in and knelt in prayer to become what he described later as “the most dejected and reluctant convert in all England.”.
C S Lewis Biography - Clive Staples Lewis (29 November 22 November ), commonly referred to as C.S. Lewis was an Irish author and scholar, born into a Protestant family in Belfast, though mostly resident in England.
- C S Lewis Biography and List of Works - C S Lewis Books. Conversations with C.S. Lewis: Imaginative Discussions About life, Christianity and God Robert Verlarde (IVP) $ This is not brand new but is so imaginative itself that I have to list it.
Yep, this is–in the style popularized by Peter Kreeft–a set of playfully construed imaginary conversations. Al Hsu, the gifted IVP editor of my book Conversations with C.S. Lewis, has recently posted an interesting piece on his blog about The Shack - the controversial and popular novel by William Young.
I'll reserve my comments about The Shack until after I've actually read the book. At any rate, Al offers some interesting insights on The Shack then notes some thematic similarities to Conversations.
Get this from a library. Conversations with C.S. Lewis: imaginative discussions about life, Christianity, and God. [Robert Velarde]. The Screwtape Letters is a Christian apologetic novel by C.
Lewis and dedicated to J. is written in a satirical, epistolary style and while it is fictional in format, the plot and characters are used to address Christian theological issues, primarily those to do with temptation and resistance to it.
First published in Februarythe story takes the form of a series of Cited by:. Lewis' so-called conversion is described by one of his friends in Light on C. S. Lewis as having come about by thinking.
On page 62 of that book it says, "It did not come by sudden intuition, or overwhelming vision, or even by the more usual path of conviction of sin calling for repentance and atonement.Further Up and Further In: Orthodox Conversations with C. S. Lewis. likes. Further Up and Further In: Orthodox Conversations with C.
S. Lewis on Scripture and Theology -- Lewis in conversation.C. S. Lewis is a thinker much treasured by many Orthodox. Edith Humphrey’s clear, joyful, and accessible book brings Lewis into conversation with Orthodox thinkers and reveals many consistently Orthodox strands in the thought of this immensely popular Christian apologist.
—Very Rev. Dr Andrew Louth, Professor Emeritus, Durham University.