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Justin Phillips was a radio journalist for the BBC for over twenty years. He worked in the World Service and was deputy editor of The World Tonight. He was an elder at his local church and a frequent speaker and preacher about Christianity, the media, and the relationship between the two. Phillips died in 2000, just before his fiftieth birthday, soon after submitting this finished manuscript. His oldest daughter, Laura Treneer, acted as his editor and brought the manuscript forward to publication.
Well-researched and written. A fascinating view into Mr Lewis' character and work. A book I'm keeping!Published 4 months ago by surfwidow
As a seminary professor charged with teaching a seminar on Lewis and "Mere Christianity" earlier this year, I found this book to be an excellent resource in teaching the... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Our old house
Since Lewis if famed for his Narnia works, still most praised by Britons, it seemed a worthy pursuit to understand his role in England's crisis. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Rod Story
by Theresa E. Dalton
Recently, I came across this book. Of course, C.S. Lewis is an icon to many, his many books highly respected and inspirational to millions, so its subject... Read more