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The death of his wife severely tested Lewis's faith as well as his theology
A Gallery of thumbnail sketches of close and influential family and friends of C.S. Lewis
Lewis defined reason as the natural organ of truth and imagination as the organ of meaning.
The output of Lewis's research and writing extends far beyond those works for which he is best known.
What kind of future awaits as? What are our choices? Peter Kreeft looks at Lewis's view of the kind of history we are creating…
Embracing the supernatural elements of Christianity while committed to its rationalism, Lewis brought an orthodox view of a transcendent, immanent God to the common man.
The last published article by Lewis before his death asked this question.
When I fail as a critic I may yet be useful as a specimen.
How our scholars and general readers voted in the Most Influential Christians of the Century survey.
The atheist scholar who became an Anglican, an apologist, and a patron saint of Christians everywhere.
American literary education absolutely mangles the Divine Comedy.
Little-known Facts about C.S. Lewis
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March 17, 461 (traditional date): Patrick, missionary to Ireland and that country's patron saint, dies. Irish raiders captured Patrick, a Romanized Briton, and enslaved him as a youth. He escaped to Gaul (modern France) but returned to Ireland after experiencing a vision calling him back to preach. Patrick enjoyed great success there as a missionary, and only the far south remained predominantly pagan when he died (see issue 60: How the Irish Were Saved).

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