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  • Item #: 065631
    ISBN: 9780062564771
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    This official Chronicles of Narnia coloring book is a treasure! Step through the wardrobe as you color your way through favorite scenes, maps of Narnia, and decorated quotes. The 94 beautifully-designed pages feature original artwork from all seven stories. 8 x 11, 94 pages.

  • Item #: 051636
    ISBN: 9781623412388
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    32 lessons from The Magician’s Nephew, The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, and The Horse and His Boy.

  • Item #: 059834
    ISBN: 9781586174347
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      Is it possible to weave together 1940s England, King Arthur, mystery, adventure—and C.S. Lewis and Tolkien in an action-packed story? Indeed! David C. Downing, author of four award-winning books on C.S. Lewis, crafts this adventure. Tom and Laura aspire to solve a mystery and find treasure. Together they address issues of eternal consequences, involving Lewis and Tolkien in the process (Downing uses actual quotations and information from the authors’ writing). Notes in the back document primary sources used. 5 1/4x8”, 285 pp, sc. ~ Ruth

  • Item #: 004718
    ISBN: 9781624052187
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  • Item #: 071380
    ISBN: 9781586096595
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  • Item #: 071379
    ISBN: 9781586096588
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  • Item #: 064704
    ISBN: 9781576584378
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  • Item #: 063750
    ISBN: 9780802872173
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    This is the first book C. S. Lewis wrote after his conversion to Christianity. In this allegory, similar to John Bunyan’s Pilgrim’s Progress, the pilgrim, John, begins an odyssey to an enchanting island that creates in him a powerful longing. Through John’s adventures, Lewis examines the idea of desire and how its aim is to draw us, ultimately, to that which can only completely fulfill: God himself. John’s adventures have him cross paths with such characters as Mr. Enlightenment, Mr. Mammon, Wisdom, and the Claptrapians. He travels through such lands as Thrill, Puritania, and the Valley of Humiliation. Includes 9 black and white illustrations, including a map of the lands John travels. 5.5” x 8.5”, 243 pp, sc. ~ Ruth

  • Item #: 063749
    ISBN: 9780802871824
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    These letters open up an intimate look into the personal and spiritual life of C.S. Lewis. This edition publishes C.S. Lewis’ side of a conversation with an anonymous “Mary” over a span of years beginning in 1950. Lewis believed strongly in spurring others along in their Christian faith and this collection stands as evidence. Mary became a correspondence friend of Lewis and during the years of their friendship, she dealt with poverty and near-death illnesses. Therefore, in his responses, we see Lewis’ input on a variety of topics—and in a personal way. While topics vary, the focus is always on spiritual encouragement and guidance. This book offers a unique insight into his life and beliefs. 5.5” x 8”, 132 pp, sc. ~ Ruth

  • Item #: 063748
    ISBN: 9780802871831
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      Introduce yourself to the theological views of C. S. Lewis with this excellent collection of 48 essays and 12 letters written between 1940 and 1963. For Lewis, the natural and supernatural are inseparable: all the world is affected by the presence and work of God. Therefore, the themes of these writings fall into two broad categories: miracles and man’s tendency to place God “in the dock”. Writings cover a broad range of topics such as good and evil, ethics, politics, and the role of women in the church. Many of these writings are Lewis’ first venture into themes that he would later explore in full-length books. Provides an in-depth, authoritative scope of Lewis’ views, compiled and edited by long-time friend Walter Hooper. 5.5” x 8”, 389 pp, sc. ~ Ruth

  • Item #: 063747
    ISBN: 9780802871848
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    Although no volume could contain all the writings of C.S. Lewis, this text brings together a broad array of his thoughts and defenses of the faith: 14 papers (arranged chronologically) written for publication either in periodicals or presented at various societies. Some, such as Religion: Reality or Substitute and Christianity and Culture were previously printed in other sources; others such as The Psalms and The Funeral of a Great Myth are printed here for the first time. This collection covers a broad scope, such as thoughts on church music, prayer, or the workings out of religion and its relationship with culture. Provides a fine scope of Lewis’ views on theology, compiled and edited by long-time friend Walter Hooper. 5.5” x 8”, 217 pp, sc. ~ Ruth

  • Item #: 061577
    ISBN: 9780881220780
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  • Item #: 059524
    ISBN: 9781600512674
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  • Item #: 059523
    ISBN: 9781600512667
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  • Item #: 059522
    ISBN: 9781600512476
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  • Item #: 059521
    ISBN: 9781600512469
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  • Item #: 059520
    ISBN: 9781600512391
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  • Item #: 059519
    ISBN: 9781600512384
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  • Item #: 059518
    ISBN: 9781600512612
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  • Item #: 059517
    ISBN: 9781600512605
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  • Item #: 059516
    ISBN: 9781600512636
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  • Item #: 059515
    ISBN: 9781600512599
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  • Item #: 059514
    ISBN: 9781600512582
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  • Item #: 059513
    ISBN: 9781600512490
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    These twelve plays by Dorothy L. Sayers are a theatrical representation of the Four Gospels: Kings in Judaea, The King’s Herald, A Certain Nobleman, The Heirs to the Kingdom, The Bread of Heaven, The Feast of Tabernacles, The Light and the Life, Royal Progress, The King’s Supper, The Princes of This World, King of Sorrows, and The King Comes to His Own. Although portraying the life and acts of Jesus, the plays use modern English conveyed with literary style. A narrator character, named the “Evangelist” ties the scenes together, incorporating Scripture paraphrases. Originally produced for BBC Radio, these cycle plays have been reproduced here much the same as when first presented. Each play includes a list of characters, stage directions, and a “Notes” section describing an overview of the play’s style and how each character should be presented. Could be produced as Reader’s Theater or as a play--either each individually or as a 12-piece unit. Would be a great set of plays for a year-long co-op theater class. Could also be read devotionally during the Twelve Days of Christmas, or as part of Lent (as C.S. Lewis was in the habit of doing). Includes a 28-page introduction by the author. 6” x 9”, 327 pp, sc. ~ Ruth

  • Item #: 059512
    ISBN: 9781600512452
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  • Item #: 059511
    ISBN: 9781600512445
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  • Item #: 059510
    ISBN: 9781600512414
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  • Item #: 059509
    ISBN: 9781600512407
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  • Item #: 059508
    ISBN: 9781600512698
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  • Item #: 059507
    ISBN: 9781600512681
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