I’m thinking about writing a tribute of sorts to C.S. Lewis in an effort to communicate my appreciation for him and my indebtedness to his life and writing. (This post is not that tribute.) I told my wife just a day or two ago that I really do think I could spend the rest of my days reading his books, or reading books about him and his books. He speaks to me as very few others do outside Scripture.
Of course, I’m no Lewis scholar. I’m a rank amateur at best. But I am a fan. And while I can’t cite every fact about his life or how he influenced such-and-such school of thought, I find myself returning to him time and time again… whether it is his fiction or nonfiction or letters or poetry. For that matter, I usually have a biography somewhere near my bedside table as well.
Until such time as I’m able to put together enough coherent thoughts to write a proper tribute to him, I thought I would pass along a “mega” Top Ten List that will actually include far more than the usual Ten. Below are links to websites by folks who really are Lewis scholars and who have also contributed to helping us think about how Lewis is a helpful guide in our walk with Christ. I have also included links to websites about his friends, his influences, and those who have been greatly influenced by him.
Joy and Truth,
1.) C.S. Lewis Institute - Bonanza of great resources. Check out their publications, Reflections and Knowing & Doing. They have great curricula on two Lewis books as well as many audio messages you can listen to or download.
2.) C.S. Lewis Foundation - Another bonanza. Lots of great resources including an online journal and blog.
6.) Mere Lewis.org
9.) Narnia Web.com
Websites with lots of articles about Lewis
1.) My old website (scroll to the bottom of the page)
Inklings and Other Friends of Lewis Related Sites
2.) Peter Kreeft
3.) Ralph Wood
6.) The Inklings
10.) The Hobbit Movie