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C.S. Lewis Web is designed to help you explore Lewis’s insights about culture and society through articles, videos, and links to other sites with additional information.

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The Mythopoeic Society is a national/international organization promoting the study, discussion, and enjoyment of fantastic and mythopoeic literature through books and periodicals, annual conferences, discussion groups, awards, and more. We are especially interested in the works of J.R.R. Tolkien, C.S. Lewis, and Charles Williams, prominent members of the informal Oxford literary circle known as the “Inklings” (1930s-1950s). We are a non-profit organization under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, incorporated in California.

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It is 1940, and American Tom McCord, a 23-year-old aspiring doctoral candidate, is in England researching the historical evidence for the legendary King Arthur. There he meets perky and intuitive Laura Hartman, a fellow American staying with her aunt in Oxford, and the two of them team up for an even more ambitious and dangerous quest.

Aided by the Inklings — that illustrious circle of scholars and writers made famous by its two most prolific members, C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien — Tom and Laura begin to suspect that the fabled Spear of Destiny, the lance that pierced the side of Christ on the Cross, is hidden somewhere in England.

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Christian people everywhere love C. S. Lewis. Three generations of college students have found that his writings speak to them in a special way. Film adaptations of The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Prince Caspian, The Voyage of the Dawn Treader, The Silver Chair and The Screwtape Letters are generating even more interest.

Study the thought and writings of C. S. Lewis while pursuing any of our great majors. Learn from Lewis’s amazing ability to present a Christian perspective to a wide audience. Gain deeper insight into the rational basis of your own faith and prepare to engage contemporary culture.

Our Lewis Center links students, experts, courses, library materials, public events, films and documentaries to add an important dimension to a strong undergraduate education.

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The Northern Michigan C. S. Lewis Festival welcomes you to our annual celebration of the life and works of the man who created Narnia. Taking place during October and November in the Petoskey, Michigan area on Little Traverse Bay, events including music and theater performances, school and library programs, scholarly lectures, community discussion groups, and more.

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In the 1940s and 1950s, a small group of like-minded friends met at Oxford’s Eagle and Child Pub to discuss literature, writing and life. This venerable group, who called themselves “The Inklings,” had many happy memories here at the “Bird and Baby.”

Members of this group include C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien, and discussions at this pub contributed to the final form of both Lewis’ Narnia books and Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings series.

A memorial plaque is on a wall in the middle of the pub near the bar, along with a couple portraits and a framed paper bearing the signatures of Lewis, Tolkien, and other Inklings, saying they had drunk to the landlord’s health.

In addition to its historic and literary value, the Eagle and Child is also a pleasant place to stop for good food and drink. There is a non-smoking section in the back.

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The secret’s out. You’ve stumbled upon a mysterious series of recorded conversations between two demons tasked with securing the demise of their human “patients.” Featuring a top-notch cast, cinema-quality sound and more than four hours of delightfully disturbing (and often diabolically humorous) entertainment, The Screwtape Letters will open your eyes and ears to the devil’s schemes — and to the One who has overcome them.

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David Payne Drama produces inspirational theater and tours extensively across the USA and the UK.

The USA tour begins on Sept 3rd, my wife Marilyn and I are really looking forward to meeting up with our American audiences. Marilyn will be keeping our friends up to date with her blog and we will be performing An Evening with C.S. Lewis, A Christmas with C.S. Lewis (from Thanksgiving thru Dec 20th) and Prisoner of Passion. You can keep updated with our schedule on the Tour Dates page, by becoming a fan on Facebook, through my agent’s website, or sign up for the newsletter.

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The Question of God, a four-hour series on PBS, explores in accessible and dramatic style issues that preoccupy all thinking people today: What is happiness? How do we find meaning and purpose in our lives? How do we reconcile conflicting claims of love and sexuality? How do we cope with the problem of suffering and the inevitability of death? Based on a popular Harvard course taught by Dr. Armand Nicholi, author of The Question of God, the series illustrates the lives and insights of Sigmund Freud, a life-long critic of religious belief, and C.S. Lewis, a celebrated Oxford don, literary critic, and perhaps this century’s most influential and popular proponent of faith based on reason.

“It may be that Freud and Lewis represent conflicting parts of ourselves,” Dr. Nicholi notes. “Part of us yearns for a relationship with the source of all joy, hope and happiness, as described by Lewis, and yet, there is another part that raises its fist in defiance and says with Freud, ‘I will not surrender.’ Whatever part we choose to express will determine our purpose, our identity, and our whole philosophy of life.”

Through dramatic storytelling and compelling visual re-creations, as well as interviews with biographers and historians, and lively discussion, Freud and Lewis are brought together in a great debate. “The series presents a unique dialogue between Freud, the atheist, and Lewis, the believer,” says Catherine Tatge, director of The Question of God. “Through it we come to understand two very different ideas of human existence, and where each of us, as individuals, falls as believers and unbelievers.”

The important moments and emotional turning points in the lives of Freud and Lewis — which gave rise to such starkly different ideas — fuel an intelligent and moving contemporary examination of the ultimate question of human existence: Does God really exist?

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The C. S. Lewis Review is an online journal designed to stimulate reflections on the life, work, and influence of Clive Staples Lewis, and other Christian writers and thinkers who represent significant linkages to the tradition Lewis exemplified of Christian scholarship and imaginative writing. Both scholarly and devotional entries will be posted here, as well as class materials for various seminars and presentations. It has been published and edited continuously since 1995 under various URLs, and now finds its comfortable home base as the C. S. Lewis Review. The archives capture the evolution of the site over the past fifteen years.

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This wonderful tour takes place in Oxfordshire, England, and visits places of interest including Lewis’s former home ‘The Kilns’ and the beautiful Holy Trinity Church, Oxford, which was Lewis’s final resting place.

The tour duration which is approximately 3 hours, is organized by Ron Brind, childhood pal of Lewis’s stepson Douglas Gresham (Doug) and a frequent visitor to Lewis’s former Oxfordshire home in the 1950’s. The tour commences from outside the Randolph Hotel in Beaumont Street, Oxford, which is noted for its connections with Colin Dexter, who wrote the very famous Inspector Morse novels, and frequents the Randolph. En-route you will see the remains of the old ‘City Wall’, Magdalen College from Longwall Street where Lewis was elected a Fellow in 1925, Magdalen Bridge, where the famous Oxford May Day celebrations take place, and Magdalen College School, which was attended by Doug.

You will be taken through Headington to see one of the former homes of J R R Tolkien and to The Kilns, Lewis’s former home which was purchased jointly in October 1930 by Mrs Moore, Jack and Major Lewis. A short stroll away is the lake that yielded the Punt from the murky depths, owned by Lewis. How did the Punt get there? Find this out on the tour!

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The C.S. Lewis Institute was founded in 1976 to develop disciples who will articulate, defend, and live their faith in Christ in personal and public life. By equipping thoughtful believers to impact their sphere of influence for Jesus Christ, the Institute seeks to complement and support the work of the Church.

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From its very inception until now, the C.S. Lewis Foundation has been devoted to one primary mission: namely that of enabling a genuine renaissance of Christian scholarship and artistic expression within the mainstream of the contemporary university.

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The C.S. Lewis Foundation has long envisioned establishing C.S. Lewis College in the U.S. as a fully accredited Christian institution of Great Books and Visual and Performing Arts.

Inspired by the life and legacy of C.S. Lewis, the C.S. Lewis Foundation is dedicated to advancing the renewal of Christian thought and creative expression throughout the world of learning and the culture at large.

As part of its long-range vision, the Foundation looks forward to founding a fully accredited, four-year “Great Books” college with a School of the Visual and Performing Arts.

C.S. Lewis College will be rooted in the historic Christian faith and so structured as to ensure its fidelity to that profession. It will be characterized by a firm commitment to “Mere Christianity,” and therefore be inclusive of Christians of all traditions, whether they be Evangelical, Catholic, mainline Protestant, Baptist, or Orthodox.

In the spirit of C.S. Lewis, the envisioned college will actively encourage opportunities to discover the vitality and profound relevance of the Christian faith as it is lived openly within the larger pluralistic setting of mainstream colleges and universities.

The Foundation is prayerfully seeking benefactors of vision who might wish to enable the founding of C.S. Lewis College. Please visit our other college pages listed on the right to learn more about this exciting development in higher education.

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CLIVE STAPLES LEWIS (1898–1963) was one of the intellectual giants of the 20th century and arguably the most influential Christian writer of his day. His major contributions in literary criticism, children’s literature, fantasy literature, and popular theology brought him international renown and acclaim. He wrote more than thirty books, allowing him to reach a vast audience, and his works continue to attract thousands of new readers every year. His most distinguished and popular accomplishments include The Chronicles of Narnia, Out of the Silent Planet, The Four Loves, The Screwtape Letters, and Mere Christianity.

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I have been reading C. S. Lewis since 1963, when I was sixteen years old. This section of my site contains downloadable copies of handouts I distribute in the courses and workshops I teach.

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The purpose of the society is to meet and discuss the lives and works of Lewis and related authors — George MacDonald, Dorothy L. Sayers, Charles Williams, J. R. R. Tolkien, G. K. Chesterton, Owen Barfield, Madeleine L’Engle, etc. The society meets from September to May and all who are interested are invited to attend. There are no membership dues.

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The Oxford University C. S. Lewis Society promotes interest in and knowledge of the works of C. S. Lewis: theology, fiction, literary criticism, philosophy, poetry. The Society is interested not as much in Lewis as a man as in the world he inhabited and the intellectual and spiritual colleagues he knew and admired. These include J.R.R. Tolkien, Charles Williams, Dorothy L. Sayers, George MacDonald, G.K. Chesterton, T.S. Eliot, Owen Barfield and others. The Christian faith which lies at the heart of Lewis’ work, and that of his friends, necessarily plays a large part in the discussions, but the Society does not aim to evangelise and not all members are Christians.

The Society endeavours to cover a wide range of subjects at its meetings, the core of the term’s activities being the speaker meetings, at which guest speakers talk about one of the authors, or some other related topic, from a personal or scholarly point of view.

Meetings are usually held in Pusey House on Tuesday evenings of Full Term. The Society continues the tradition of the Inklings by retiring after most meetings to the ‘Eagle and Child’ for general discussion. As well as speakers, there are informal meetings, poetry and prose readings, and occasional outings to country pubs. Membership is not restricted to members of the University.

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The New York C.S. Lewis Society (founded 1969) is the oldest society for the appreciation and discussion of C.S. Lewis in the world (see our Charter). The Society holds Meetings every second Friday of the month (except August). Subscribing members receive a bi-monthly bulletin called – CSL: The Bulletin of the New York C.S. Lewis Society. Membership and back issues are available by contacting the secretary.

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The Memphis C. S. Lewis Society was formed in 1996 and is dedicated to the study of the life and writings of Clive Staples Lewis (1898 – 1963).

The Society meets at 7:00 p.m. on the second Sunday of each month in the Brockwell Room at Memphis Theological Seminary in the Midtown area of Memphis, Tennessee.

You are cordially invited to join us at the next meeting.

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Greetings, gentle reader. Welcome to the website of our Society. Here you will not only be able to keep up-to-date on our events, but we also provide other matters of interest related to Lewis for you as well. For information, please contact The Rev. David Beckmann, our Moderator. We have no formal membership and the public is invited to all our events. Send to Rev. Beckmann your e-mail address if you want to be on our e-mail list.

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The C.S. Lewis Society of California is an independent, non-profit, educational and cultural organization whose mission involves the pursuit of the following:

  • Stimulate and advance public interest in the life, works, and ideas of C. S. Lewis
  • Encourage a deeper understanding of C. S. Lewis as a man, author and thinker, as well as others’ work which pertains to such topics
  • Foster understanding of the philosophical, religious, cultural, historical, literary, social, and economic topics C. S. Lewis addressed and which relate to this work and the enduring issues facing all of mankind
  • Serve as a clearinghouse or resource of information about him and topics that relate to his work
  • Promote both popular and scholarly study and writing about such topics
  • Sponsor and organize speaker programs and other events focusing on such topics
  • Network with and assist other organizations that share an active interest in such topics
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