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Selected Essays on C.S. Lewis
by Don W. King
C.S. Lewis scholar Don W. King has kept a critical eye on the work by and about Lewis for four decades. No, on the occasion of the fiftieth anniversary of Lewis' death, King has put together a collection of his essays and critical reviews organized around four areas: The Chronicles of Narnia, poetry, Ruth Pitter and Joy Davidman, and scholarly interest in Lewis.
"A splendid contribution to the literature about Lewis and his circle which gives added depth to our understanding of Lewis as a person and thinker."
- Alister E. McGrath, King's College, London; author of C.S. Lewis: A Life (2013)
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Biblical History & Culture
by Jack P. Lewis
Acclaimed scholar and professor Jack Lewis narrates the lives and contributions of a number of nineteenth-century explorers of Bible lands whose work set the stage for modern biblical archaeology.
"Dr. Lewis is known for thorough research. Those interested in the history of the discipline of archaeology as it relates to the world of the Bible will find this book fascinating, and others will enjoy the pleasure of reading well told stories."
- Everett Ferguson, author of Backgrounds of Early Christianity and editor of The Encyclopedia of Early Christianity
by Wes Crawford
by Gary Holloway & John York
Edited by Tim Sensing
by Douglas A. Foster
by Larry James
by Gregory Stevenson