Contributed on Nov 7, 2005
A biographical overview of C. S. Lewis’ life, tracing the influences that led to his moving from a commitment to atheism to belief in Jesus Christ
Contributed on Nov 14, 2005
A summary of the first half of C. S. Lewis’ Mere Christianity including Right and Wrong as a Clue to the Meaning of the Universe and What Christians Believe
Contributed on Nov 18, 2005
A summary of the "Christian Behavior" section of C. S. Lewis’ classic Mere Christianity
Contributed on Dec 2, 2005
An exploration of the nature of sin and temptation in C. S. Lewis’ The Screwtape Letters.
Contributed on Dec 9, 2005
An examination of C. S. Lewis’ view of Heaven and Hell in The Great Divorce and The Problem of Pain.
Contributed on Dec 20, 2005
C. S. Lewis’ offers his insight on the problem of evil: "How can a wise, loving, and all-powerful God allow his creatures to suffer?"