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C.S. Lewis: the man and his message Reviews
Read this years ago and enjoyed it a lot. Being LDS, I have always appreciated how C.S. Lewis's philosophy ties so well with what I believe.
I liked this book of a Latter Day perspective on CS Lewis. Since that's part of my perspective, too, I appreciate this approach at understanding the author. It is a collection of writings about Lewis by various Mormon scholars, presented at a conference at BYU celebrating what would have been Lewis' 100th birthday- which would have been Nov. 29, 1998. Anytime I read anything about or by Lewis, it always makes me want to read more of his work. So far, besides the Chronicles of Narnia and his sci-fi trilogy, I've only read The Great Divorce (many years ago) and A Grief Observed (about a year ago.) I actually think I would enjoy rereading any of these as much as picking up something of his I haven't read. A great writer and Christian philosopher.
C.S. Lewis is one of my favorite authors. This book is the compilation of writings from a conference about C.S. Lewis held at Brigham Young University. Notable LDS authors and speakers such as Neal A. Maxwell, Andrew Skinner, and Robert Millet discuss various C.S. Lewis writings and themes as viewed from an LDS perspective. This is truly one of my favorite books, as can be seen by the dozens of tabs, markers, and dog-eared pages. This is a must-read for any LDS C.S. Lewis fan.
I loved the talks that were collected to create this book. I will say, however, that I was less interested in the two discussions about Lewis' work from a literary perspective. I preferred the others that talked about the Christian lessons to be gained from Lewis' writings. This is definitely going to be a re-reader for me. I found it inspiring. It made me want to be a better person.
The only reason I give this 4 stars is because a couple of the chapters weren't totally interesting to me personally. The rest of the book was excellent and gave some great insights into an increcible man and his teachings, he was truly a genius. I highly recommend this one!
I like the essay style. Easy to pick up and put down, and reflect on his life.
I read the first talks in this book and had a hard time getting into it. Maybe later I will pick it up again.
Notes on every page!
The chater by Brent Slife is one of my favorites (p. 20-37, also available in .pdf at http://brentdslife.com/article/index.... ).