Women and C S Lewis: What His Life and Literature Reveal For Today's Culture
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About "Women and C S Lewis: What His Life and Literature Reveal For Today's Culture"
Women and C.S. Lewis is a collection of interviews and essays, from a group of distinguished scholars commissioned by the C.S. Lewis Foundation. Inspired directly by the life and writings of Lewis, it explores the many facets of his relationships with women. Addressing seven key areas - Lewis the man; Lewis the novelist; Lewis the apologist; Lewis the poet; Lewis the scholar; Lewis, the influencer; and Lewis the mentor - it explodes the myth, thought by many, that Lewis was a misogynist, revealing a very different side to the man and showing how his approach to women is pertinent to contemporary culture. Among the distinguished contributors to this fascinating study are, Alister McGrath, Randy Alcorn, Michael Ward (author of The Narnia Code), and Debbie Higgins, Director of the C.S. Lewis Study Centre at The Kilns, Oxford. Women and C.S. Lewis is an essential read for fans of C.S. Lewis.
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