Posted On December 2, 2019

Harry Lee Poe- Becoming C.S. Lewis: A Biography of Young Jack Lewis

by | Dec 2, 2019 | Featured, Equipping You in Grace

On today’s Equipping you in Grace show, Dave Jenkins and Harry Lee Poe discuss the influences in C.S. Lewis childhood, his friendship, and reaching young people today with the Word of God, along with his book, Becoming C.S. Lewis: A Biography of Young Jack Lewis (Crossway, 2019).

What you’ll hear in this episode

  • Some of the most significant influences on C.S. Lewis in his childhood.
  • Why C.S. Lewis many biographers neglect his early years.
  • The childhood and teenage years of C.S. Lewis.
  • C.S. Lewis thoughts on religion when he was a teenager.
  • In what way did Lewis’s love of mythology impact his thoughts about God and influence his future writing.
  • When Lewis’s love of reading and literature began.
  • What role friendship played in C.S. Lewis’s childhood and teenage years.
  • Why we need more men like C.S. Lewis and what such men would look like in terms of their character and ministries.

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