Cover Issue 4-3The C.S. Lewis Chronicle, Vol. 7, no. 3 (Michaelmas Term 2010)

 
Judith Wolfe, ‘Editorial’, pp. 1-2
Nicholas Wolterstorff, ‘C.S. Lewis on the Problem of Suffering’, pp. 3-20
Marcel Sarot, ‘Lewis on Naturalism. A Reply to Peter Van Inwagen’, pp. 20-27

Book Reviews:
Judith Wolfe, ‘Inklings of Heaven’ (review essay of Sean Connolly, Inklings of Heaven: C.S. Lewis and Eschatology), pp. 28-35
Dorothy L. Sayers, Letters to a Diminished Church: Passionate Arguments for the Relevance of Christian Doctrine. Review by Cole Matson, pp. 36-39
C.S. Lewis Society term card, p. 42

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The C.S. Lewis Chronicle, Vol. 7, no. 2 (Trinity Term 2010)

 
B.N. Wolfe, ‘Editorial’, p. 1
Michael Black, ‘The Sources and Uses of Distributism: A Roman Catholic’s View of Anglo-Catholic Genius’, pp. 2-15
Joel Heck, ‘1950: The Year of Narnia’, pp. 16-24
Jason Lepojarvi, ‘C.S. Lewis and “the Nygren Debate”’, pp. 25-42

Book Reviews:
Trevor Hart and Ivan Khovacs (eds), The Tree of Tales. Review by B.N. Wolfe, pp. 43-44
Peter Kreeft, The Philosophy of Tolkien: The Worldview Behind The Lord of the Rings. Review by Dimitri Phillips, pp. 44-47
C.S. Lewis Society term card, p. 50

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The C.S. Lewis Chronicle, Vol. 7, no. 1 (Hilary Term 2010)

 
Judith (Tonning) Wolfe, ‘Editorial,’ p. 1
Peter van Inwagen, ‘C.S. Lewis’s Argument against Naturalism’, pp. 2-12
C.S. Lewis and Owen Barfield, ‘Abecedarium Philosophicum (Poem)’, pp. 13-16
Owen Barfield, ‘The Year Makes Answer’, p. 17
P.H. Brazier, ‘C.S. Lewis on Revelation and Second Meanings: a Philosophical and Pneumatological Justification’, pp. 18-35

Book Reviews:
Don King, Out of My Bone: The Letters of Joy Davidman. Review by Judith (Tonning) Wolfe, pp. 36-37
Elizabeth Whittingham, The Evolution of Tolkien’s Mythology. Review by B.N. Wolfe, pp. 37-41
Glen Cavaliero, Charles Williams: Poet of Theology. Review by Dimitri Phillips, pp. 41-43
Kerry Dearborn, Baptized Imagination: The Theology of George MacDonald. Review by P.H. Brazier, pp. 44-45
Wayne G. Hammond and Christina Scull (eds.), The Lord of the Rings: Scholarship in Honor of Richard E. Blackwelder. Review by P.H. Brazier, pp. 45-46
David Downing, The Most Reluctant Convert: C.S. Lewis’ Journey of Faith. Review by M.M. Hubele, pp. 46-47
C.S. Lewis Society term card, p. 50

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The C.S. Lewis Chronicle, Vol. 6, no. 3 (Michaelmas Term 2009)

 
Brendan N. Wolfe, ‘Editorial’, p. 1
Joel Heck, ‘Warren Hamilton Lewis: His Brother’s Brother’, pp. 3-22
Will Vaus, ‘Some Ladies at Wantage: C.S. Lewis, Sister Penelope, and the Community of St Mary the Virgin’, pp. 23-34

Book Reviews:
Don W. King, Hunting the Unicorn: A Critical Biography of Ruth Pitter. Review essay by Walter Hooper, pp. 35-39
Erik J. Wielenberg, God and the Reach of Reason: C.S. Lewis, David Hume and Bertrand Russell. Review by Olli-Pekka Vainio, pp. 40-42
Brian Hebbelthwaite, The Philosophical Theology of Austin Farrer. Review by Simon Oliver, pp. 42-44
Lynn Forest (ed.), The Mirror Crack’d: Fear and Horror in J.R.R. Tolkien’s Major Works. Review by Olli-Pekka Vainio, pp. 44-45

Letters to the Editor:
From Paul B. Clayton Jr., pp. 46-47
C.S. Lewis Society term card, p. 50

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The C.S. Lewis Chronicle, Vol. 6, no. 2 (Trinity Term 2009)

 
Judith (Tonning) Wolfe, ‘Editorial’, pp. 1-2
Rod Miller, ‘Mirrors, Shadows and the Muses: C.S. Lewis and the Value of Arts and Letters’, pp. 3-19
Simon Horobin, ‘What C.S. Lewis Really Did to Chaucer’s Troilus and Chriseyde’, pp. 20-29
‘C.S. Lewis’s Poem “Nearly They Stood”: A Variorum and Research Notes’, edited by Roger White, pp. 30-36

Book Reviews:
Joel Heck, Irrigating Deserts and Richard Hill and Lyle Smith, Teaching C.S. Lewis. Review by Roger White, pp. 37-39
Jonathan B. Himes (ed.), Truths Breathed through Silver. Review by Charles Foster, p. 40
Peter Kreeft, C.S. Lewis for the Third Millennium. Review by Philip Zoutendam, pp. 40-43
C.S. Lewis & E.M. Tillyard (ed. Joel Heck), The Personal Heresy. Review by B.N. Wolfe, p. 44.
George MacDonald (ed. Nick Page), Phantastes: Special Annotated Edition. Review by Judith (Tonning) Wolfe, pp. 44-45
Mary Anne Phemister & Andrew Lazo (eds.), Mere Christians: Inspiring Stories of Encounters with C.S. Lewis. Review by B.N. Wolfe, p. 46
C.S. Lewis Society term card, p. 50

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The C.S. Lewis Chronicle, Vol. 6, no. 1 (Hilary Term 2009)

 
Judith (Tonning) Wolfe, ‘Editorial’, p. 1
Leon Berger, ‘Perelandra: An Opera by Donald Swann and David Marsh’, pp. 2-6
P.H. Brazier, ‘The Lewis-Pittenger Debate: Fundamentals of an Ontological Christology’, pp. 7-23

Reviews:
Louis Markos, ‘“Everything You Know is About to Change”: Caspian’s Bumpy Journey from Novel to Screen’, pp. 24-31
Alison Milbank, Chesterton and Tolkien as Theologians. Review by Aidan Nichols, pp. 32-35
Owen Barfield, Eager Spring. Review by B.N. Wolfe, pp. 35-37
Owen Barfield, Night Operation. Review by B.N. Wolfe, pp. 38-39

Notes and Queries:
Walter Hooper, The Kilns’ Blue Plaque, pp. 40-41
The Perelandra Project, p. 42
C.S. Lewis Society term card, p. 43

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The C.S. Lewis Chronicle, Vol. 5, no. 3 (Michaelmas Term 2008)

 
Brendan N. Wolfe, ‘Editorial’, p. 1
C.S. Lewis, ‘Arrangement of Pindar’ and ‘Pindar Sang’: A Variorum Edition, p. 2-7
Patrick R. Callahan, Lewis’s Pindaric Cento: A Commentary on ‘Pindar Sang’, pp. 8-19
Bruce G. Charlton, Heaven and the Human Condition in Tolkien’s ‘The Marring of Men’, pp. 20-29

Book Reviews:
Diana Glyer, The Company They Keep. Review by Suzanne Wolfe, pp. 30-32
David Clark, C.S. Lewis: A Guide to His Theology. Review by P.H. Brazier, pp. 32-34
Laurence Harwood, C.S. Lewis My Godfather. Review by Lydia Newell, pp. 34-37

Notes:
The Perelandra Project, pp. 38-39
C.S. Lewis Society term card, p. 42

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The C.S. Lewis Chronicle, Vol. 5, no. 2 (Trinity Term 2008)

 
Judith (Tonning) Wolfe, ‘Editorial’, p. 3
John Robinson, ‘Faerie in J.R.R. Tolkien and C.S. Lewis: Escape vs. Recovery’, pp. 4-21
Rob MacSwain, ‘A Fertile Friendship: C.S. Lewis and Austin Farrer’, pp. 22-45

Book Reviews:
Gavin Ashenden, Alchemy and Integration. Review by Glen Cavaliero, pp. 46-51
Rob MacSwain and Ann Loades (eds.), The Truth-Seeking Heart. Review by Mark Edwards, pp. 51-53
C.S. Lewis Society term card, p. 56

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The C.S. Lewis Chronicle, Vol. 5, no. 1 (Hilary Term 2008)

 
Brendan N. Wolfe, ‘Editorial’, pp. 3-4
Jennifer Swift, ‘A More Fundamental Reality than Sex’: C.S. Lewis and the Hierarchy of Gender’, pp. 5-26
Judith (Tonning) Wolfe, ‘A Romantic in the Republic: A Few Critical Comments on The Abolition of Man’, pp. 27-39
Flora Hamilton Lewis, ‘A Miracle at Firenze’, ed. Walter Hooper, pp. 40-43

Notes & Queries:
Bruce G. Charlton, ‘An Early Scientific Paper by the Medical Inkling: Robert “Humphrey” Havard’, pp. 44-47
Richard Jeffery, ‘Reply to Jonathan Brewer’s Note On The Origin Of The Nickname “Minto”’, pp. 48-49
C.S. Lewis Society term card, p. 52

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The C.S. Lewis Chronicle, Vol. 4, no. 3 (Michaelmas Term 2007)

 
Brendan N. Wolfe & Judith (Tonning) Wolfe, ‘Editorial’, pp. 3-4
William Mathie, ‘Onward Christian Scholars: C.S. Lewis on the Justification and Meaning of Liberal Education’, pp. 5-14
Justin D. Barnard, ‘The Hangman’s Duty: C.S. Lewis on Christian Citizenship in Wartime’, pp. 15-29
Publication Series: ‘Letters to C.S. Lewis. First Instalment: Letter from Anne Scott, 26 July 1952’, pp. 30-35
Bruce G. Charlton, ‘Note: On W.H. Lewis’s Military Rank’, pp. 36-37
Society Term Card, p. 40

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The C.S. Lewis Chronicle, Vol. 4, no. 2 (Trinity Term 2007)

 
Brendan N. Wolfe, ‘Editorial’, pp. 3-4
Ian Storey, ‘Classical Allusion in C.S. Lewis’s Till We Have Faces’, pp. 5-20
Olli-Pekka Vainio, ‘The Aporia of Arguments from “Love”: A Meditation on C.S. Lewis’s Four Loves’, pp. 21-30
Michael Ward (review), ‘Volume III of C.S. Lewis’s Collected Letters’, pp. 31-35
Jonathan S. Brewer, ‘Note: On the Origin of the Nickname “Minto”’, pp. 36-37

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The C.S. Lewis Chronicle, Vol. 4, no. 1 (Hilary Term 2007)

 
Judith (Tonning) Wolfe, ‘Editorial’, p. 3
Jean-Yves Lacoste, ‘Anonymous Theology and Pseudonymous Christology: C.S. Lewis and The Chronicles of Narnia’, trans. Brendan N. Wolfe and Judith (Tonning) Wolfe, pp. 4-17
Don King, ‘Joy Davidman and the New Masses: Communist Poet and Reviewer’, pp. 18-44
Jonathan S. Brewer, ‘Letter to the Editor’, p. 45
Photograph: Professor Tolkien with his wife and daughter Priscilla, with Walter Hooper in Bournemouth, p. 48

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The C.S. Lewis Chronicle, Vol. 3, no. 3 (Michaelmas Term 2006)

 
Judith (Tonning) Wolfe, ‘Editorial’, pp. 3-5
Douglas Hedley, ‘C. S. Lewis on Stories and Religion’, pp. 6-21
Erik Tonning, ‘Lewis, Reason and Romanticism’ (review article of Alan Jacobs, The Narnian), pp. 22-35
Vincent Strudwick, ‘C.S. Lewis in Context: Christian Apologetic Between the Wars and After’, pp. 36-41
Society Term Card, p. 44

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The C.S. Lewis Chronicle, Vol. 3, no. 2 (Trinity Term 2006)

 
Judith (Tonning) Wolfe, ‘Editorial’, p. 3
Dermot Quinn, ‘Chesterton, Lewis, and the Uses of Enchantment’, pp. 4-10
Daniel Keating, ‘Subcreation in J.R.R. Tolkien and Dorothy Sayers’, pp. 11-20
William Gallagher (review), ‘Joseph Pearce, C.S. Lewis and the Catholic Church’, pp. 21-24
Richard Davis, ‘‘On the Dim and Failing Darkness on the Hinder Side of Worlds’, p. 25
Photograph: ‘Lewis and His Household in 1963 (courtesy of Walter Hooper)’, p. 28

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The C.S. Lewis Chronicle, Vol. 3, no. 1 (Hilary Term 2006)

 
Judith (Tonning) Wolfe, ‘Editorial’, p. 1
Gregory Wolfe, ‘Creation Story’, pp. 2-4
Torbjørn Holt, ‘Sketches of a Narnian Theology (Part II)’, pp. 5-8
Brooke Pearson, ‘Opinion Piece: Ethnocentricity in the Chronicles of Narnia’, pp. 9-10
Film Review: The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, pp. 11-12

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The C.S. Lewis Chronicle, Vol. 2, no. 3 (Michaelmas Term 2005)

 
Judith (Tonning) Wolfe, ‘Editorial’, pp. 1-2
Torbjørn Holt, ‘Sketches of a Narnian Theology (Part I)’, pp. 2-5
Michael Ward, ‘A Heavenly Discovery: Medieval Astronomy in The Chronicles of Narnia’, pp. 6-11
C.S. Lewis Society Notes, Term Card, and Events, p. 12

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The C.S. Lewis Chronicle, Vol. 2, no. 2 (Trinity Term 2005)

 
Tyler Fisher, ‘Editor’s Introduction’, p. 1
Lydia Newell, ‘Letter from Across the Pond’, pp. 1 & 3-6
Paula Baldwin, ‘Lewis Away from England: His Readership in Chile, South America’, pp. 1-2
Micheline B. Drame, ‘Two Poems’, p. 2
Richard Jeffery, ‘C.S. Lewis and the Scientists’, pp. 3, 5 & 7

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The C.S. Lewis Chronicle, Vol. 2, no. 1 (Hilary Term 2005)

 
Tyler Fisher, ‘Editor’s Introduction’, p. 1
Lydia Newell, ‘Letter from Across the Pond’, pp. 1-2 & 5-6
Stratford Caldecott, ‘Chesterton, Blake, and Plato’, pp. 1-2 & 4-7
T.W. Bartel, ‘What C. S. Lewis Didn’t Tell You About Divine Providence, Human Freedom and the Problem of Evil’, pp. 7-12
Photo of Fred Paxford, p. 13

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The C.S. Lewis Chronicle, Vol. 1, no. 3 (Michaelmas Term 2004)

 
Tyler Fisher, ‘Editor’s Introduction’, p. 1
Lydia Newell, ‘Letter from Across the Pond’, pp. 1-4
Rob Moll, ‘The Sneaky Pagan: Interview with Colin Duriez’, pp. 4-5
‘Screwtape Writes Again?’, pp. 5-6
C.S. Lewis Society Notes and Events, pp. 6-7

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The C.S. Lewis Chronicle, Vol. 1, no. 2 (Trinity Term 2004)

 
Tyler Fisher, ‘Editor’s Introduction’, p. 1
Paula Baldwin, ‘Behind Books, Broadcasts and War: Interview with Walter Hooper’, pp. 1-4
Lydia Newell, ‘Letter from Across the Pond’, pp. 4-7
Elysha Massatt, ‘Narnian Theology: Reply to Steve and Mary van Nattan’, pp. 7-9

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The C.S. Lewis Chronicle, Vol. 1, no. 1 (Hilary Term 2004)

 
Tyler Fisher, ‘Editor’s Introduction’, p. 1
Lydia Newell, ‘Letter from Across the Pond’, pp. 1-3
Tyler Fisher, ‘Report on Don King’s Work on Lewis and Ruth Pitter’, pp. 3-4
Steve and Mary van Nattan, ‘C.S. Lewis: An Heretic Reviewed’, pp. 4-7
C.S. Lewis Society Notes and Events, pp. 8-9

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