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Clive Staples Lewis, known as Jack to his friends, was born in 1898. Lewis and his good friend, the author of the Lord of the Rings trilogy, J. R. R. Tolkien, were members of the Inklings which was a writers' club that met to discuss story ideas at a local pub. Lewis' interest in fairy tales, legends and myths along with his childhood thoughts led him to write The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe. He wrote the next six books of Narnia to complete the Chronicles of Narnia. The last title in the Chronicles of Narnia, The Last Battle, won the Carnegie Medal, one of the highest awards of excellence in children's literature.
Many of the works of C. S. Lewis (apostle to skeptics) are Christian apologetics. Lewis had the rare ability to write the truths of the Christian faith in simple and effective ways. Often full of humor and at the same time insightful and engaging, C. S. Lewis' writings show real Christianity in brilliant contemporary prose.
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