There are well over fifty of the fascinating C.S. Lewis Doodles. Using animated illustrations of Lewis’ philosophical and theological writing, the artist behind the videos brings Lewis’ words to life by adding a compelling visual element to his writing. These “Doodles” are animated talks. You simply have to watch 1 minute to be hooked into watching the entire series.
Here are few to get you started.
Apologetics Org -
C.S. Lewis Foundation -
Into the Wardrobe -
The C.S. Lewis Institute -
Surprised by Joy: The Shape of My Early Life is a partial autobiography published by C. S. Lewis in 1955. Specifically, the book describes the author's conversion to Christianity which had taken place 24 years earlier. In comparing faith alternatives, he came to the conclusion there were only two possibilities: either Hinduism or Christianity. He rejected Hinduism because [a] there was an easy acceptance of “Paganism,” and [b] it’s historical claims did not have the validity Christianity possessed.
The Problem of Pain.This classic study of suffering has been a source of help for many since it was published in 1940
The Four Loves -
Letters to Malcolm: Chiefly on Prayer -
The Great Divorce -
Beyond Personality: Beyond Personality: the Christian Idea of God, 1945, is an attempt to “to put into simple modern language the account of God… to describe what the Christian belief is?” Lewis' concern is not the historical inquiry rather; he applies the principles of reasoning to construct his case. Through a depth study of the central idea of the Christian belief is, and by analyzing the role of truth regarding the central idea, he allows Christ to render the judgment of that truth in the hearts of man; for it is only God who knows what really lies in the heart of man. For the believer, there is no room for compromise. The depth of one’s Christianity might vary, but the Trinity is indeed the witness to The History of Christianity after all there was and is a Father, a Son, and a Holy Spirit.
A Grief Observed -
The Screwtape Letters -
God in the Dock -
Mere Christianity -