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The C.S. Lewis Archive

This archive contains articles about C.S. Lewis, a popular Christian theologian, philosopher and apologist in the last century. Lewis wrote many books and essays exploring and defending the Christian faith - many of them hard-hitting and controversial. His works are still debated and discussed today, and enjoyed by thinking Christians around the world.

The LogosWord Website wishes to thank "Dr. Zeus", creator of "Into the Wardrobe", for his generosity in allowing this editor to 'mirror' several of the papers on his website.

The Childlike in George MacDonald and C. S. Lewis (Dr. Don W. King)
  What does it mean for a Christian to become like a little child? C.S. Lewis and George MacDonald understood. Don King explores the theme of child-likeness in their writings in this fascinating article.

Finding the Permanent in the Political: C. S. Lewis as a Political Thinker (John G. West, Jr.)
  C.S. Lewis said a great deal on the subject of politics - perhaps more than many Christians realise. John G. West examines Lewis' insights into the importance of moral principles for sound politics, and Lewis' controversial views on the source of those principles - a natural moral law known by all through human reason.

Narnia and the Seven Deadly Sins (Dr. Don W. King)
  Don King argues that, consciously or unconsciously, Lewis emphasized a different one of each of the 'seven deadly sins' in his seven-volume Chronicles of Narnia.

Disclaimer: Publication of an article in the LogosWord Articles Archive does not necessarily indicate endorsement by the editor, nor do the views of one contributor necessarily reflect the views of others.