INSPIRATION_0084 C.S. Lewis, Chronicles of Narnia, Tolkien and the Inklings


Creative Christians Podcast-SHOW NOTES-
I met Andrew Lazo at the C. S. Lewis Writers conference this past month.  He was an entertaining man and wonderful speaker, and very knowledgeable about everything C. S. Lewis. I asked him to come on the show to fill in some gaps and answer some questions for me about this wonderful man and the Chronicles of Narnia.

Some of my questions

  • Was C. S. Lewis really an atheist?
  • How old was he when he created the Chronicles of Narnia?
  • What was his relationship between J.R.R. Tolkien
  • When did he first get the idea for a portion of the Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe?
  • What caused him to look at Christianity more seriously?
  • Who are The Inklings?
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Speaker Andrew Lazo shares everything C. S. Lewis

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