From their wealth of experience, Bramlett and Higdon provide a historical, geographical and biographical look at the life of C.S. Lewis. The reader is taken to Lewis' homes, churches, schools, and favorite places to visit in Ireland, Oxford, Cambridge, and England. An excellent guide when traveling over-seas, this book will open doors to the life of the most widely-read and influential Christian author of this century.
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From their wealth of experience, Bramlett and Higdon provide historical and biographical data, maps, pictures, a bibliography, and suggested tours-the perfect guidebook for immersing oneself in the life of C.S. Lewis. Walk in the footsteps of Lewis and his friends; visit the places where they lived, worked and worshiped.
"This extraordinary book is not only an invaluable guide for sightseers, but also a magic carpet for stay-at-homes. A wonderful array of new information for everyone interested in C. S. Lewis, and an essential addition to every good collection of books by and about him." -Kathryn Lindskoog Author of C.S. Lewis, Mere Christian and Journey into NarniaAbout the Author:
Perry C. Bramlett is the author of C.S. Lewis: Life at the Center and contributed to The C.S. Lewis Reader's Encyclopedia. He is the founder of "C.S. Lewis for the Local Church - Interstate Ministries", and has written articles and reviews for several Lewis journals. He lives in Louisville, Kentucky.
Ronald W. Higdon is the pastor of the Broadway Baptist Church in Louisville, Kentucky, and has had sermons published in The Library of Distinctive Sermons and Harper's Best Sermons series. He has traveled to England several times and is a long-time admirer and reader of C.S. Lewis.
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