Learn about the man Time magazine called “the young atheist poet who became one of the 20th century’s most imaginative theologians.”
The “Inklings” were, at times, his liveliest critics. They met together weekly during the years Lewis produced many of his greatest works.
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His main objective was towrite good stories. Lewis wasalso concerned with fidelityto the complex world ofhis imagination.
The Narnia series was written in the 1950s, when Lewis was a high-powered Oxford professor and perhaps the 20th Century’s most famous convert to Christianity.