C. S. Lewis on Death and Dying

Karen Armer

C. S. Lewis on Death and Dying
United States
4 January 2007

C. S. Lewis on Death and Dying

Karen Armer

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By now, many of us have already experienced the death of a precious loved one. Certainly, all of us will face death for ourselves one day. In C.S. Lewis on Death and Dying, author Karen Armer weaves a dramatic tapestry which tells the story of Lewis’s life focusing on his spiritual and philosophical quest for answers about death. The author brilliantly captures the complexity of this man, once an avowed Atheist whose life journey led him to an unwavering faith in God through Christ.

To the world, C.S. Lewis does not need an introduction. He was the esteemed author of The Chronicles of Narnia, among many classics. He was a maverick writer whose limitless imagination made him one of the most fascinating authors in modern history. C.S. Lewis was also a strangely tormented man whose struggle with faith and philosophy inspired his well loved masterpieces.

Now, forty four years after the death of Clive Staples Lewis in 1963, author Karen Armer unravels the mystery behind the man, his spiritual journey, and his legacy to literary history.

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