Saturday, June 15, 2013

3 Classics of Lewis

One of the great things about the Internet is access to various formats of great classics. I encouraged some of my students recently to read CS Lewis' book Mere Christianity and to my great joy, many did. One student said they found the audio version of the book online and listened to it. Sure enough, YouTube has not just Mere Christianity available, but also a number of other books and resources on the great 20th Century Christian writer.  Below are three of his books. Each are classics in their own right. If you are about to take a long drive, perhaps one of these audio books will keep you company.

Mere Christianity




The Problem of Pain




The Abolition of Man




For more:
"Screwtape Letters" by CS Lewis: A Review
The Most Unpopular of Christian Virtues: Lewis on Chasity - Part 1
The Most Unpopular of Christian Virtues: Lewis on Chasity - Part 2
The Most Unpopular of Christian Virtues: Lewis on Chasity - Part 3 
"Willing Slaves of the Welfare State": CS Lewis on Freedom, Science, and Society - Part 1
"Willing Slaves of the Welfare State": CS Lewis on Freedom, Science, and Society - Part 2
"The Magician's Twin: C.S. Lewis and the Case Against Scientism" Full Documentary
Theology As a Map: Lewis, Practical Theology, and the Trinity
He is Not a Tame Lion:  Aslan, Jesus, and the Limits of Postmodern Inclusivism  
To Be Undragoned:  Aslan, Christ, and the Gift of Regeneration 
Lewis on Practical Theology  
Lewis on the Why of Democracy
From Uncle Screwtape:  Christianity and Politics     
Beyond Narnia:  A Great Documentary 
"Surprised by Joy" by Lewis
"Jack:  A Life of CS Lewis"  
"The Great Divorce" by Lewis
"Finding God in the Land of Narnia
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