#1
I think it's time we all gathered 'round to pay respects and give thanks for the great works this incredibly talented man bestowed upon us.

http://cslewis.drzeus.net/

For those new to him, a warning: The Narnia Chronicles are his equivalent of St. Anger.
#2
i've only read his religious-themed stuff. pretty clever guy for a protestant.
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i've only read his religious-themed stuff. pretty clever guy for a protestant.




Oh, you.

Was one of those A Pilgrim's Regress, by any chance?
#5
I loved the Narnia Chronicles when I was little
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For those new to him, a warning: The Narnia Chronicles are his equivalent of St. Anger.



That or it was his most popular series that alienated all his trve kvlt fans.
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Weird, I've actually got a copy of Letters to Malcolm sitting on the desk next to me.
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#8
I've read a limited number of his works. He seems like he takes more of a philosophical approach to Christianity. I kinda like it.

Also, he was friends with Tolkien. This makes both of them much cooler.
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C.S. Lewis wrote crap poorly-disguised religious propaganda

Wow, radical much? He, like many other authors, wrote on what impacted his world.
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#10
Narnia was crap. But the vast majority was pretty good. I'm still more of a Tolkien guy.

Silmarillion FTW.
#11
C.S. Lewis was a very strong atheist in the beginning who then turned Christian. It's interesting to see the transition. I actually enjoy his serious writings. They're very thought provoking, no matter where you stand.
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Wow, radical much? He, like many other authors, wrote on what impacted his world.

There's a difference between using subtle undertones and blatant masquerading.
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#13
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I've read a limited number of his works. He seems like he takes more of a philosophical approach to Christianity. I kinda like it.


pffffft. lewis has absolutely nothing on catholic philosophers. even chesterton owns lewis. i'm not even going to bring the doctors of the church into it. thomas aquinas? get outta here.
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Narnia was crap. But the vast majority was pretty good. I'm still more of a Tolkien guy.

Silmarillion FTW.

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Quote by Haze14
I think it's time we all gathered 'round to pay respects and give thanks for the great works this incredibly talented man bestowed upon us.

http://cslewis.drzeus.net/

For those new to him, a warning: The Narnia Chronicles are his equivalent of St. Anger.



so the narnia chronicles were a complete genre change that ended up benig a really emotion fueled book?
#17
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pffffft. lewis has absolutely nothing on catholic philosophers. even chesterton owns lewis. i'm not even going to bring the doctors of the church into it. thomas aquinas? get outta here.


Pretty sure Aquinas never wrote anything as entertaining as The Screwtape Letters.