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Why Narnia Still Matters

One fantasist's thoughts on C.S. Lewis, who died 50 years ago today

Franchises and Faith.

Can God make one movie franchise a hit and another a flop? That was the question hovering over the first film adaptations of two best-selling fantasy series for...

Religion: Beyond the Wardrobe

In October 1945, C.S. Lewis wrote a slightly grumpy reply to someone asking him to do a book on Christianity, in plain language, specifically for workers. Since...

A Passion For Profits

Mel Gibson's controversial The Passion Of The Christ has earned $250 million at the U.S. box office in just three weeks. Reverent Hollywood moguls are now...

Religion: C.S. Lewis Goes Marching On

The apostle of "Mere Christianity "converts a new generation The road to England's Whipsnade Zoo is hardly the Road to Damascus, but it was dramatic enough for...

Books: Love's Labor

C.S. LEWIS: A BIOGRAPHY by A.N. Wilson Norton; 334 pages; $22.50 To a substantial battalion of devotees, Clive Staples Lewis -- the Christian apologist,...

Books: Liberating Youthful Spirits

When he was asked about his audience, C.S. Lewis, author of the classic Narnia tales, refused to comment on the "difficult relations between child and parent or...

Essay: On Apologies, Authentic and Otherwise

The first and fatal charm of national repentance," writes I C.S. Lewis, "is the encouragement it gives us to turn from the bitter task of repenting our own sins...

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