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C. S. Lewis Writing Styles in God in the Dock; Essays on Theology and Ethics

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The perspective of God in the Dock is that of C. S. Lewis. Named Clive Staples Lewis, Lewis was widely-known during his life as a Christian apologist, lay theologian, novelist, children's book writer, academic, literary critic and essay writer, living through the entire first half of the twentieth century. His most well-known books are The Chronicles of Narnia which have been translated into many different formats, including recent films.

Lewis was baptized a Christian but spent his young life a non-believer; he fought in World War I and afterwards his friends, such as J. R. R. Tolkien, led Lewis to Christianity when he was thirty. Lewis quickly rejoined the Church of England and began to defend Christianity in an intellectual but accessible form that reached millions of people and continues to do so to this day. He wrote a wide variety of fiction books thereafter, including the Chronicles...

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