Apostle to the Skeptics (CSLM-32)


Can you believe there was a time when C.S. Lewis wasn’t well-known as the author of The Chronicles of Narnia?

It is difficult to image knowing an author without identifying him to his most famous work. Yet, if you were alive in 1949 you would have been witness to the release of the first biography on C.S. Lewis. That year Chad Walsh published C.S. Lewis: Apostle to the Skeptics.

 Even though Lewis had written six fictional works by this date he was recognized foremost as a defender of Christianity and one who could persuade others to believe it. In twenty-one short chapters C.S. Lewis: Apostle to the Skeptics provides an interesting picture of a man just a year prior to the release of the first ground breaking book about Narnia.

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