C. S. Lewis was a remarkable man. Becoming a Christian almost against his will, he once described himself as England’s most reluctant convert. Yet he went on to become one of the seminal thinkers of the twentieth century, with an influence almost unparalleled in his generation. A prolific writer, broadcaster, and academic, his books have found their way into homes all around the world, and his works are enjoyed by young and old alike. While his writings show a deep familiarity with the Scriptures, many people feel that he was inconsistent. Join Andrew Wheeler in this engaging, balanced overview of the writings of C. S. Lewis.
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Andrew Wheeler commends and endorses Lewis where his writings conform to orthodox evangelical theology and takes issue with him when they do not. He does so in a scholarly and confrontational manner with which Lewis would have engaged with relish.
—Dr. Hadden Wilson, adjunct professor, John Brown University
Most Evangelicals would agree that Lewis needs to be read with discernment. Andrew Wheeler has sifted through his writings with great care and provided us with a valuable guide that will help us get the best out of our reading.
—J. Phil Arthur, pastor, Free Grace Baptist Church, Lancaster
Andrew Wheeler was born in Northampton and graduated from Lancaster University. He studied philosophy in his undergraduate and postgraduate years. He is a member of Free Grace Baptist Church in Lancaster, where he is presently extensively involved in youth work and has also engaged in training for the pastoral ministry. He is also the author of Judas: Encountering the Betrayer of Jesus.