Ralph C. Wood is professor of theology and literature at Baylor University in Waco, Texas, and the author of Chesterton: The Nightmare Goodness of God (Baylor Univer sity Press).
The Literary Lives of the Inklings— J. R. R. Tolkien, C. S. Lewis, Owen Barfield, Charles Williams
The proliferation of Inklings books is often prompted by Christian triumphalism. Carol and Philip Zaleski have something more interesting to say.
Eccentric Genius, Reluctant Prophet
Christianity and the Public Sphere
A Spiritual Biography of C. S. Lewis
A Rereading of C. S. Lewis and Gender
Memory, Metaphor, and Metamorphoses in The Chronicles of Narnia
Selected Essays on C. S. Lewis
"You'll never get to the bottom" of C. S. Lewis, said Tolkien. The books published for the 50th anniversary of Lewis's death reveal the truth of this statement.
A Journey into the Heart of Narnia
Who would have thought that a new book on C. S. Lewis could bring fresh, even revolutionary insight to perhaps the most overstudied Christian writer in the anglophone world? The Lion’s World is such a book.
The Reluctant Saint
A Synthesis (2nd ed.)
The spate of books on John Henry Newman shows that there is little hope of settling arguments about him—or about Benedict's understanding of him.