Last Wednesday, Dr. Philip Rolnick from the University of St. Thomas joined us to give an excellent talk about creation in the theology and imagination of C. S. Lewis. Rolnick’s talk was the first of three in our fall series on the Inklings—be sure to join us next Friday, 11/14 for the next installment: Joseph Pearce on “Freedom and Slavery in The Lord of the Rings.
We’ll post an audio recording of the lecture soon. In the meantime, check out this list of six books that Phil recommends to those of you who are interested in Lewis (and who isn’t?). We’ll add more books to the post as the Inklings series continues.
The link to each book will bring you to Amazon Smile—remember that if you order through Smile with “MacLaurin Institute” as your preferred charity, 0.5% of your purchase will come back to us! Many of these books should also be available through your local public library, as well.
Here are Philip Rolnick’s six recommended books on C.S. Lewis:
- Michael Ward, Planet Narnia: The Seven Heavens in the Imagination of C. S. Lewis
- Michael Ward, The Narnia Code: C. S. Lewis and the Secret of the Seven Heavens (a less academic version of Planet Narnia)
- Gilbert Meilaender, The Taste for the Other: The Social and Ethical Thought of C. S. Lewis
- Robert MacSwain & Michael Ward, editors, The Cambridge Companion to C. S. Lewis
- George Sayer, Jack: A Life of C. S. Lewis
- Beatrice Gormley, C. S. Lewis: The Man behind Narnia
We hope you’re able to join us for the rest our series on the Inklings!