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The Chronicles of Narnia Boxed Set
by C. S. Lewis, Pauline Baynes (Illustrator)
Paperback)
 
The Chronicles of Narnia (Boxed Set)
by C. S. Lewis, Pauline Baynes (Illustrator)
Hardcover Special Edition

C.S. Lewis Letters to Children (C.S. Lewis Classics)
by C. S. Lewis, et al
(Paperback)
 

The C.S. Lewis Signature Classics : A Grief Observed/Miracles/the Problem of Pain/the Great Divorce/the Screwtape Letters/Mere Christianity
by C. S. Lewis
 
The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe : Full Color Collector's Edition/Book 2 (Lewis, C. S. Chronicles of Narnia (Harpercollins (Firm)), Bk. 2.)
by C. S. Lewis, Pauline Baynes (Illustrator)
(Paperback)

Mere Christianity
by C. S. Lewis
(Paperback)

Mere Christianity/The Screwtape Letters Collector's Box
by C. S. Lewis
(Hardcover)

The Magic Never Ends : An Oral History of the Life and Work of C.S. Lewis
by John Ryan Duncan, Chip Duncan
(Hardcover)

The Four Loves
by C. S. Lewis
(Paperback - December 1971)

Abolition of Man, The
by C. S. Lewis
(Paperback)

Great Divorce, The
by C. S. Lewis
(Paperback)

The Problem of Pain
by C. S. Lewis
The Problem of Pain answers the universal question, "Why would an all-loving, all-knowing God allow people to experience pain and suffering?" Master Christian apologist C.S. Lewis asserts that pain is a problem because our finite, human minds selfishly believe that pain-free lives would prove that God loves us. In truth, by asking for this, we want God to love us less, not more than he does. "Love, in its own nature, demands the perfecting of the beloved; that the mere 'kindness' which tolerates anything except suffering in its object is, in that respect at the opposite pole from Love." In addressing "Divine Omnipotence," "Human Wickedness," "Human Pain," and "Heaven," Lewis succeeds in lifting the reader from his frame of reference by artfully capitulating these topics into a conversational tone, which makes his assertions easy to swallow and even easier to digest. Lewis is straightforward in aim as well as honest about his impediments, saying, "I am not arguing that pain is not painful. Pain hurts. I am only trying to show that the old Christian doctrine that being made perfect through suffering is not incredible. To prove it palatable is beyond my design." The mind is expanded, God is magnified, and the reader is reminded that he is not the center of the universe as Lewis carefully rolls through the dissertation that suffering is God's will in preparing the believer for heaven and for the full weight of glory that awaits him there. While many of us naively wish that God had designed a "less glorious and less arduous destiny" for his children, the fortune lies in Lewis's inclination to set us straight with his charming wit and pious mind. --Jill Heatherly - Amazon.com
(Paperback)

The Screwtape Letters
by C. S. Lewis
(Paperback)

Space Trilogy
by C. S. Lewis
(Paperback)

A Grief Observed
by C. S. Lewis
Listed under Bereavement
 

That Hideous Strength: A Modern Fairy-Tale for Grown-Ups
That Hideous Strength: A Modern Fairy-Tale for Grown-Ups
by C. S. Lewis
Book Description The final book in C.S. Lewis's acclaimed Space Trilogy, which includes Out of the Silent Planet and Perelandra, That Hideous Strength concludes the adventures of the matchless Dr. Ransom. Finding himself in a world of superior alien beings and scientific experiments run amok, Dr. Ransom struggles with questions of ethics and morality, applying age-old wisdom to a brave new universe dominated by science. His quest for truth is a journey filled with intrigue and suspense.
Hardcover from Scribner
 
Till We Have Faces : A Myth Retold
by C. S. Lewis, Fritz Eichenberg (Illustrator)
Book Description: This tale of two princesses - one beautiful and one unattractive - and of the struggle between sacred and profane love is Lewis'’s reworking of the myth of Cupid and Psyche and one of his most enduring works. 
Paperback: 324 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 0.85 x 7.96 x 5.34 
Publisher: Harvest Books; (July 9, 1980) 
ISBN: 0156904365 

The Voyage of the Dawn Treader (The Chronicles of Narnia, Book 5)
by C. S. Lewis, Pauline Baynes (Illustrator)
(Hardcover)
 
 
 

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