How much do you know about the life and literature of C.S. Lewis?

Published: Thursday, Nov. 14 2013 11:40 p.m. MST

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Lewis was born Nov. 29, 1898, to Albert and Florence Lewis.
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Los Angeles, CA

Thanks for the fun quiz! Dined last year at the Eagle and Child during meetings at the university. It was a meaningful experience.

Bakersfield, CA

Wow! Thank you! What a generous article. I never grew up hearing a peep about CS in the church or at BYU, even though an Honors Student majoring in Humanities & Literature. Maybe it would have been in my senior year, which I didn't make...

All the same, thank you again for showcasing this theological and literary (Biblical, historical) Christian scholar.

Grants Pass, OR

Thank you for this great quiz of one of my favorite authors and people. I am amazed at what I did not know but reminded of what I do know about this great Christian man. It has surprised me how many LDS General Authorities have quoted from him.

Brother Dave
Livermore, CA

To: OnlytheCross,

C.S. Lewis is often quoted in LDS circles and BYU. As BevWel stated, C.S. Lewis is often
quoted in LDS Conference sessions by a number of LDS General Authorities. I remember in the 1970's being encouraged to read the "Screwtape Letters" by the Director of the LDS Institute
of Religion which is located on the entrance road to the University of California, Riverside

The LDS facination with the legacy left by C.S. is at least 40 or more years. There was a documentary on the BYU/tv channel a few years ago that had BYU Religion professors visiting Oxford, England and doing an in depth study of C.S. Lewis' life and his writings.
The whole program was about C.S. Lewis.

One could say that C.S. is a "cross over" Christian Writer crossing over into many of the different Christian denominational belief systems, including the LDS.

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