Inklings

Dispelling Myths about C. S. Lewis

  • Jan 11, 2016
  • Jerry Root
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C. S. Lewis once wrote an essay titled, The Funeral of a Great Myth, in it he eulogizes the religion of evolutionism. In the same spirit, I have often thought it would be good to bury a host of myths about C. S. Lewis as well.

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C. S. Lewis and the Martlets

  • Nov 30, 2013
  • Joel Heck
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Most Lewis fans know a great deal about the adult C. S. Lewis, the author of the Chronicles of Narnia, Mere Christianity, and The Screwtape Letters. Some know about his childhood years, largely because they have read Surprised by Joy. Various biographies tell us about his early experience with schools, …

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Think Seven

  • Jan 05, 2012
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The 28th volume of Seven is now available. It’s a journal that is annually published by the Wade Center at Wheaton College. It get its name from the seven authors the Center ties together. Many know them as the Inklings. In 1965, Clyde Kilby fashioned the group and began collecting writings …

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The Journal of Inklings Studies

  • Feb 22, 2011
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For many of CSLewis.com readers, the announcement of a new journal on Lewis means additional scholarship and opportunities to learn through the works of Lewis. The C. S. Lewis Society of California reported in a recent article about the launching of The Journal of Inklings Studies. This new, peer-reviewed, semi-annual …

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A Picture-Perfect Look at the Inklings’ Oxford

  • Jul 01, 2009
  • David C. Downing
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If you can’t make it to Oxford any time soon, perhaps the next best thing would be to get yourself a copy of The Inklings of Oxford, with text by Harry Lee Poe and photographs by James Ray Veneman (Zondervan, 2009). And if you are going to Oxford, you might …

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C. S. Lewis, J. R. R. Tolkien, and the Inklings

  • Apr 16, 2009
  • Diana Glyer
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There’s a rumor going around that C. S. Lewis was an irritable introvert, isolated and lonely and scared to death of girls. Maybe it all comes from some grim stereotype of smart people or college professors or, maybe, published writers. That whole image is completely wrong. Lewis wasn’t an introvert. …

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