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  1. The Complete C.S. Lewis Signature Classics by C. S. Lewis, 2002-11-01
  2. C.S. Lewis: Readings for Meditation and Reflection by C. S. Lewis, 1996-02-09
  3. The Great Divorce by C. S. Lewis, 2009-03-01
  4. Miracles by C. S. Lewis, 2001-02
  5. The Problem of Pain by C. S. Lewis, 2001-02
  6. A Year with C. S. Lewis: Daily Readings from His Classic Works by C. S. Lewis, 2003-11-01
  7. The Four Loves by C.S. Lewis, 1991-11-07
  8. Mere Christianity by C. S. Lewis, 2001-03-01
  9. C. S.Lewis Signature Classics: Mere Christianity, The Screwtape Letters, A Grief Observed, The Problem of Pain, Miracles, and The Great Divorce (Boxed Set) by C. S. Lewis, 2001-03-01
  10. The Weight of Glory by C. S. Lewis, 2001-03
  11. The Last Battle (The Chronicles of Narnia, Book 7) by C. S. Lewis, 2000-09-30
  12. C.S. Lewis Bible, The by C. S. Lewis, 2010-11-01
  13. Out of the Silent Planet (Space Trilogy, Book One) by C.S. Lewis, 2003-03-04
  14. Spirits In Bondage by C. S. Lewis, 2010-05-23

1. C.S. Lewis Foundation - Living The Legacy!
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CHRONOLOGY OF THE LIFE OF CS lewis. 1898 Clive Staples lewis was born on November 29 in Belfast, Northern Ireland, to Albert J. lewis
Clive Staples Lewis was born on November 29 in Belfast, Northern Ireland, to Albert J. Lewis (1863-1929) and Florence Augusta Hamilton Lewis (1862-1908). His brother Warren Hamilton Lewis had been born on June 16, 1895. The Lewis family moved to their new home, "Little Lea," on the outskirts of Belfast. Flora Hamilton Lewis died of cancer on August 23, Albert Lewis' (her husband's) birthday. During this year Albert Lewis' father and brother also died. In September Lewis was enrolled at Wynyard School, Watford, Hertfordshire referred to by C.S. Lewis as "Oldie's School" or "Belsen". His brother had entered in May 1905. Lewis left "Belsen" in June and, in September, was enrolled as a boarding student at Campbell College, Belfast, one mile from "Little Lea," where he remained until November, when he was withdrawn upon developing serious respiratory difficulties. Lewis was sent to Malvern, England, which was famous as a health resort, especially for those with lung problems. Lewis was enrolled as a student at Cherbourg House (which he referred to as "Chartres"), a prep school close by Malvern College where Warnie was enrolled as a student. Jack remained there until June 1913. It was during this time that he abandoned his childhood Christian faith. He entered Malvern College itself (which he dubbed "Wyvern") in September 1913 and stayed until the following June. In April, Lewis met Arthur Greeves (1895-1966), of whom he said, in 1933, "After my brother, my oldest and most intimate friend." On September 19, Lewis commenced private study with W.T. Kirkpatrick, "The Great Knock," in Great Bookham Surrey, with whom he was to remain until April 1917. William T. Kirkpatrick (1848-1921) was former Headmaster of Lurgan College, County Armagh, Northern Ireland, from 1874-99. Albert Lewis had attended Lurgan from 1877-79 and later was Kirkpatrick's solicitor. After Kilpatrick retired from Lurgan in 1899, he began taking private students and had already successfully prepared Lewis' brother, Warnie, for admission to the Royal Military College at Sandhurst.

3. C.S. Lewis: 20th-Century Christian Knight
Links to lewis sites, also to Inklings other lewis friends influences (Tolkien, Williams MacDonald, etc.) The Bible and C. S. lewis. The C.S. lewis Discovery Zone
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20th-Century Christian Knight
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Mere Christian Apologetics

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Written from a generic Christian perspective for a wide
Christian audience no distinctively Catholic teaching TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction Chapter One: Why Believe in Christianity?
Chapter Two: Why Believe the Bible?: Archaeological, Prophetic, and Manuscript Evidences
Chapter Three: An Introduction to Bible Interpretation Chapter Four: The Biblical Basis for Apologetics, or Defense of the Christian Faith Chapter Five: Miracles, Skepticism, and the Historicity and Believability of the Resurrection of Jesus Christ Chapter Six: Jesus is God: Biblical Proofs Chapter Seven: The Holy Trinity: Biblical Proofs Chapter Eight: God, Morality, Free Will, and Reason Chapter Nine: The Biblical Evidence for an Eternal Hell Chapter Ten: Reasons for Suffering and Encouragement and Hope in the Midst of It: A Biblical Compendium Appendix One: An Unpublished Essay on the Trinity (Jonathan Edwards) Appendix Two: The Strangest Story in the World (G.K. Chesterton)

4. Lewis, C.S.
lewis, C.S. General Teachings/Activities ( 1/04) Frequently Asked Questions About C.S. lewis ( 1/99) Did C.S. lewis Go to Heaven? ( 12/03) HOME. LETTER. NOTEBOOK. MAIL. , ..
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General Teachings/Activities Frequently Asked Questions About C.S. Lewis Did C.S. Lewis Go to Heaven? HOME ... MAIL

5. "Mere Lewis" Mailing List
Hightraffic forum and mailing list discussing the life and works of C. S. lewis.
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6. Educational Paperback Association
lewis, CS November 29, 1898 November 24, 1963 Author At the time of his death in 1963, CS lewis had long been a renowned figure.

7. C.S. Lewis Chronicles: Christian Literature And Life
A comprehensive site related to C.S. lewis, the Chronicles of Narnia, the Inklings and Related Subjects C.S. lewis Chronicles. A Compendium of Information about this Great Writer thinking people still celebrate the writings of C.S. lewis can afford us some hope for the future
C.S. Lewis Chronicles
A Compendium of Information about this Great Writer
Although the world tragically lost a great man on November 22, 1963, he left us a rich legacy of literature which lives on. Not only was Clive Staples (Jack) Lewis prolificthe fact that he wrote in a wide variety of genres means he has produced something for everyone. Lewis' work ranges from poetry to science fiction, from academic treatises to defenses of the Christian faith, from anointed correspondence to sanctified fantasy. As we approach the millennium, his popularity continues to grow; everything Lewis wrote for publication remains in print. Many read Lewis merely for pleasure, and he certainly offers that. Others search his books for answers to questions about eternity and humanity's place in the cosmos. The fact that Lewis, a professor at both Oxford and Cambridge, possessed a keen intellect strengthens his credibility in many circles. That this brilliant agnostic came to recognize the validity first of Theism, and then of Christianity, provides an amazing testimony. That he could also communicate the gospel so effectively to the "common person" is an additional evidence of his skill. Lewis, a faithful member of the Anglican communion, was no defender of denominational particulars. His calling was to promote a profound vision of "mere Christianity," which is nothing less than the heart of the faith. His theology was thoroughly incarnationalfocusing always on Jesus Christ. It is no accident that his popular Chronicles of Narnia series revolves not around human protagonists, but around Aslan himself.

8. Into The Wardrobe: A Web Site Devoted To C. S. Lewis
A comprehensive CS lewis site that includes a daily quote, photographs, illustrations, scholarly papers, discussion forums, audio files, complete lists of
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9. Into The Wardrobe The C. S. Lewis Web Site
Into the wardrobe the C. S. lewis web site Into the Wardrobe is an extensive site relating to the life and works of Clive Staples lewis (18981963). The site has been created, and is maintained

10. Into The Wardrobe: A Web Site Devoted To C. S. Lewis
Quote changes at midnight Greenwich Mean Time © The CS lewis Company. Used with permission. Blessings,. Douglas Gresham stepson of CS lewis.
Quotation for Friday, May 28, 2004: "Try to understand exactly what loving your neighbor as yourself means. I have to love him as I love myself. Well, how exactly do I love myself? Now that I come to think of it, I have not exactly got a feeling of fondness or affection for myself, and I do not even always enjoy my own society. So apparently 'Love your neighbour' does not mean 'feel fond of him' or 'find him attractive'... That is an enormous relief." Mere Christianity Quote changes at midnight Greenwich Mean Time
W elcome to Into the Wardrobe ! I am delighted to have been asked by the creator of this excellent Web site to write a few words of introduction. For those who have no idea about C. S. Lewis and his work, and are just looking for a fun site, there is plenty to investigate and enjoy right here, and what you find here may well lead you into years of enjoyable reading as you discover the existence of one of the finest writers of this century, and find out about his books. On the other hand, for those who are already fascinated by Jack (C. S. Lewis' nickname) and his "Narnian Chronicles", or other works, and want to know more about him and his world, you can almost be there yourself by wandering through this site's various links. There is much here of worth to the serious scholar too, and if you are about to embark on a paper about Jack or his works I heartily recommend this site as a research source.

11. The Lewis Carroll E-text Collection
A resource for Carroll fans, containing etexts of his poetry, essays, puzzles, and lesser known works . . . . An excellent and comprehensive site on Carroll's writing, including a substantial archive of his work.
I became interested in Lewis Carroll while I was writing a research paper on his use of language in the Alice Books. As I read more and more of Carroll's work, I became more and more addicted, these e-texts are the result. I have concentrated primarily on works which are not available elsewhere on the internet. The Nursery Alice, particularly was a labor of love, so if you enjoy looking through it, or any of the other texts, please take a few seconds to sign my guestbook Unfortunately my career as a student has pretty much taken over my life and I haven't had any time to update this page lately. I'm not sure when I'll be able to get anything new up, but I'm going to try to maintain everything that is here so that you can enjoy it. Also, while I love to recieve e-mails about this site and read them all, I cannot help with homework or papers over e-mail (I have enough of my own!) or provide any additional information. Enjoy the site! The Nursery Alice With color illustrations
The Hunting of the Snark

A Tangled Tale

Juvinilia as well as later poetry
Essays, Stories, and miscellaneous stuff

12. Lewis And Clark | PBS
Companion site to the Ken Burns film, 'lewis and Clark The Journey of the Corps of Discovery.' Information on the explorers, expedition journals, trip timeline and maps, interviews with historical experts, an overview of Native American tribes, and classroom lessons.

May 28, 2004

What was life like for York, Clark's black slave, during the expedition?
Inside the Corps
Enter the world of Lewis, Clark and the rest of the Corps of Discovery.
Native Americans
Indian tribes already knew the lands that Lewis and Clark discovered. The Archive Follow an expedition timeline and maps, or read the journals of the Corps. Into the Unknown Interactive Trail Map Follow Lewis and Clark on their journey through 11 states, with journal entries, Native American history, and events to celebrate the expedition's bicentennial. Classroom Resources Explore the significance of the expedition using lesson plans and activities. Living History Listen to expert historians give their thoughts on the expedition. A Forum with Ken Burns

13. ThinkQuest : Library : Explorers Of The Millennium
Includes short biographies, sketches, timeline, and related links.
Index Biography
Explorers of the Millennium
Our web site, "Explorers of the Millennium," will provide students with a wealth of information about the most important explorers of the past thousand years in a simple, easy-to-use format. We included reports on nineteen explorers, chosen by members of our team. We organized the explorers on separate "Hall of Fame" and "Timeline" web pages, so that users can look for a particular explorer by name or by century. We have a links page to help students find other helpful Web sites that relate to the explorers selected. A quiz section gives visitors a chance to see what they know about some of our explorers. A feedback page invites visitors to submit their own nominations for our Explorers' Hall of Fame. We hope that a visit to "Explorers of the Millennium" will answer students' questions about explorers, lead them to new sources of information, and encourage them to think critically about which explorers were the "greatest" and why. Visit Site 1998 ThinkQuest USA Awards Fourth Place Want to build a ThinkQuest site?

14. Narnia
Narnia This site captures the magic and fun of C.S. lewis apos; quot;The Chronicles of Narnia. quot; Students and teachers can explore the land of Narnia through the Web site apos;s illustrations

15. ~ Welcome To NARNIA ~
The magical world of Narnia by CS lewis. Find all your favourite characters and books from CS.lewis classic tales of the Lion, the
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16. Kevin Lewis - Acoustic Guitar
Acoustic singer/songwriter. Site includes gig schedule, pictures, and mailing list.
Home Bio Gigs Photos ... Contact me The Open Mic Contest Finals - "The Best of the Best" at Front Page News in L5P were a real hit. Thanks to everyone that came out and participated - and thanks to some of the local celebrities for coming out as well. The new round of competition starts up on May 12th and will happen every Wednesday. I'm serious when I say that this isn't some hole-in-the-wall karaoke meets amateurs kind of junk. These people are really, really good. Even non-musicians will enjoy it! Ha! I'm serious - come on out and see! Anyone else catch Evan Dando's (from the Lemonheads) surprise appearance at Limerick Junction last week? Pretty wild, but honestly the people that perform at the open mic are better than he was (and I'm a fan). This was the first time I've missed Music Midtown. There were several bands I would have seen had I been there, but nothing really drew me in this year. So, I booked a couple of shows that weekend. I would have thought that it would have slowed things down, but check out the pictures from Sat. night @ FPN here and you'll see why I was surprised. I've posted all of my May gigs

17. ~ Welcome To NARNIA ~
Carnegie Award. You can find out more about CS lewis s other books at Read about the creation of Narnia
CLIVE STAPLES LEWIS was born in Belfast in 1898. As a child, he was fascinated by the fairy tales, myths and ancient legends recounted to him by his Irish nurse. The image of a faun carrying parcels and an umbrella in a snowy wood came to him when he was sixteen. However, it was not until many years later as a professor at Cambridge University, that the faun was joined by an evil queen and a magnificent lion.
Their story became The Lion, The Witch And The Wardrobe, one of the best loved books of all time. Six further Chronicles of Narnia followed and the final title, The Last Battle, published in 1956, was awarded the highest mark of excellence in children's literature - the prestigious Carnegie Award.
You can find out more about C.S. Lewis's other books at
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Some personal information, resume, and his picture.
Welcome to
I left FDT in February of 1999 due to continuing disagreements with management and a general lack of faith in the survival of the company. I needed to work somewhere more stable. Somewhere where the staff wouldn't race to the bank every other Friday to see who's paychecks would clear. On and off, for a few years, Atlantic.Net had been offering me a job, so in February of 1999, I accepted their offer. Over the years, I've done (and still do) some consulting for a number of other ISP's (mostly ones up north or out west) and for some non-ISP companies that have Internet connectivity.
Here's an old picture of me and my wife Gail. It was taken with a connectix QuickCam connected to my old 486 running Linux. HTML versions of my resume and Gail's resume are stored online here.
I finally got tired of the old web page that used to be here. It was largely unmaintained for nearly 5 years, and was definitely showing its age. For historical purposes, it's been renamed rather than rm'd.
There have been accesses to this page since June 16, 1999

19. MSN Encarta : Online Encyclopedia, Dictionary, Atlas, And Homework
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20. C S Lewis Quotes.
C S lewis quotations and C S lewis quotes can be found here at will find quotes from uk author C.S.lewis! C S lewis. Albert Einstein. Aristotle. C.S.lewis. Gandhi. Jesus
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Here at you will find an inspirational selection of C S Lewis quotes his biography and C S Lewis quotations.
C S Lewis - Born Belfast Northern Ireland November 29 1898 Died Cambridge November 22 1963
C. S. Lewis, or Jack Lewis as he was also known born in Belfast, Northern Ireland on November 29, 1898 the second son of Albert Lewis, a lawyer, and Flora Hamilton Lewis. His older brother, Warren Hamilton Lewis, who he affectionately called Warnie had been born three years. Lewis's early childhood was relatively happy. Lewis's family home was called Little Lea which Warnie and Jack played in and explored together. Their care free childhood came to an end for Lewis when his mother became ill and died of cancer in 1908. Only a month after her death the two boys were sent away to attend boarding school in England. Lewis hated the school, with its strict rules and heartless headmaster, and he missed his home in Belfast. The school closed in 1910, and he was then able to return to Ireland. After a year though, he was sent back to England to study. In 1916 Lewis was accepted at University College, at Oxford University. Soon after he entered the University, however, Lewis chose to volunteer for service in World War I, he fought in the British Army fighting in the muddy trenches of northern France. Following the end of the war in 1918, Lewis returned to Oxford, where he took up his studies again. In 1925, after graduating with first class honors in Greek and Latin Literature, Philosophy and Ancient History, and English Literature, Lewis was elected to a prestigious teaching post in English at Magdalen College, Oxford.

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