An award-winning resource on the life and work of C.S. Lewis, the most beloved Christian thinker and storyteller of our century. The year 1998 marks the centenary of this legendary writer's birth.A brilliant Mind of the Twentieth Century, C.S. Lewis drew upon his vivid, luminous imagination to reveal the divine, magical, terrifying, and ecstatic reality of the world we live in. His explorations of Christian faith, transcending sectarian divisions, have been praised by churchmen from Billy Graham to Pope John Paul II, while his fictional works, including the Chronicles of Narnia and The Screwtape Letters, have enchanted readers of all ages for decades.C.S. Lewis Companion & Guide, recipient of the 1997 Evangelical Christian Publishers Association (ECPA) Gold Medallion Award for Biography, presents Lewis's life and reflections in one authoritative volume. Organized in sections dedicated to the central ideas, events, people, and works from his remarkable career, this delightful compendium is an indispensable reference for Lewis devotees and novices alike. From the spiritual searching of his early years through his prolific literary and intellectual career, C.S. Lewis Companion & Guide provides keen insight into Lewis' legacy.