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By Terry W. Glaspey George Grant George E. Grant | Comments: ( 398 ) | Date: ( Mar 28, 2020 )

As one of the most brilliant, creative minds of the twentieth century, C S Lewis crossed all literary, philosophical, and religious boundaries His masterpieces have been studied by scholars, yet they are read and loved by children This volume in the Leaders in Action series shows that his life was as compelling as his work, and why Lewis s influence continues to our daAs one of the most brilliant, creative minds of the twentieth century, C S Lewis crossed all literary, philosophical, and religious boundaries His masterpieces have been studied by scholars, yet they are read and loved by children This volume in the Leaders in Action series shows that his life was as compelling as his work, and why Lewis s influence continues to our day.


  • Title: Not a Tame Lion: The Spiritual Legacy of C.S. Lewis
  • Author: Terry W. Glaspey George Grant George E. Grant
  • ISBN: 9781888952216
  • Page: 141
  • Format: Hardcover

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Comments Not a Tame Lion: The Spiritual Legacy of C.S. Lewis

  • Mark

    Very well written. Short chapters with lots of insight to his life and writings. I will definitely look at Narnia closer and want to read some of his books.


  • Gwen Burrow

    Magnificent.


  • Griffin

    Knowing Lewis only from his Narnia books as a kid, the Screwtape Letters, and his friendship with Tolkien, this was a great primer. The author starts off by saying how this is not a very academic work of Lewis' life and thought, but rather a starting point to get you interested in continuing your exploration of the man. Easily-readable with short chapters and divided into three sections: his life, covering a brief biography, his thought, covering the ideas and spirituality behind his works and h [...]


  • Adrian Rose

    C.S. Lewis is probably best known today for his Narnia series, the first three books of which have been made into major motion pictures. However, this unassuming university professor was not only a best-selling author, but one of the most influential debaters on Christianity of the 20th century. Writing in plain, easy to understand language, Lewis had the capacity to take his readers on a journey that would encompass philosophy, mythology, and theology, and tie it all up into a neat, possibly ir [...]


  • Caitlin

    I knew very little about C.S. Lewis excepting his authorship of the classic Narnia stories, and other great writings, until my friend left her copy at my house one day. I decided to skim through it, having nothing better to do, and no sooner had I started reading than I found myself chapters deep.I'm not a huge-mongous Lewis fanatic, but I do enjoy his work, and I think he was definitely someone to be admired. This books was a great introduction to the man himself, and his well, spiritual legacy [...]


  • Lady

    This is a nice little book about C.S. Lewis. The first half is a brief biography, which I found interesting as it has offers insights into how Lewis' life played into, not only his writing but his theology and world view as well.The only problem with offering those bits of perspective and quotes from Lewis' work into the biography section, is that when it gets to the second half of the book which is examining Lewis' point of view on all manner of things from humor to heaven, a lot of it has alre [...]


  • Nick

    Very good! This book is written in three parts: His Life, His Thought, and His Legacy. Glaspey not only gives a biography of the man, he gives an overview of the themes of his books, essays, and letters too, demonstrating that Lewis was, in fact, a leader for our time. This book has inspired me to reread Lewis' books that I have already read and to read those books that I have waiting on my shelf.


  • Gary

    It is always good to read a biography written by someone truly sympathetic to the subject. Not that I want hagiography, and this book could have had some more criticisms of Lewis, but the mood today is to find the subject's faults and paint them bold--both real and imagined.Glaspey really understands Lewis's thought and presents it so beautifully it is sometimes unclear when he is speaking and when Lewis is being quoted.Another great book in the Leaders in Action series.Loved it.


  • Megan Franks

    C.S. Lewis was a fascinating man and a prolific author/Christian apologetic. I've never read another author who had such profound insight into deep theological issues yet managed to convey them in a way that any "common man" would understand. This biography details his life, his writing, and his philosophies on several different issues in an easy-to-read fashion. Highly recommended, even if you've never read a Lewis book/article before!


  • Kerith

    This is a good overview of C.S. Lewis, both of his life and his thoughts. The first half is a quick biography and the second half deals with his theology and faith, with each chapter taking on an idea. This method does make for some repetition, but still it's a good way to get acquainted.If you are already acquainted it might be a bit boring -- I found it useful as a reminder, and a good way to point out which of his books I hadn't yet read and still should.


  • Eden

    Excellent excellent excellent book on the life of C.S Lewis. Very well written and very well informative. I'm not the biggest non-fiction fan but this book kept my attention the whole time and I learned a lot about the life of one of the most influential Christian writers to ever live.


  • Ruth

    Short chapters well peppered with excerpts from Lewis' writings and fairly free of speculation make for an enjoyable and accessible introduction to the life of CS Lewis.


  • Ethan

    Excellent book, highly recommend it.


  • Rhonnie

    Perfect introduction to Lewis--his bio and his ideas. The writers of books like these are usually terrible but he is really good. Will reread!


  • Jay Risner

    Good little book.


  • Larry

    Read the review I wrote in "Give me Liberty"this is one of the 16 books in Leaders in Action series. Great quick reads!


  • Brent

    great snapshot to evaluate what Lewis believed and how he progressed in his own walk. probably will read again because there's so much info in such a shirt package.


  • Rick

    Helpful synopsis of his life, his thought, and [very briefly] his legacy. Made me want to go back and reread several of his works as well as hit a couple for the first time. Nicely done.


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