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(RNS) Fifty years after his death, not many people can claim to have known C.S. Lewis personally. But one of them is James Houston, one of the founders of the respected Christian institution Regent College in Vancouver, who ran in the same circles as Lewis while they were both at Oxford. Houston, who turned 91 […]


  1. George Archibald

    Dear Sarah,
    Marvelous C.S. Lewis story, interview, and photos. Congrats also to Sally Morrow and Kathy Keller. Please give my best regards to your dad and tell him I have three books in the works, the magnum opus to be titled “The Warrior Switch: Don’t Let the Bastards Grind You Down.” (‘Titan Publisher’ Gene Pulliam is certainly one of the featured “warriors”). My present contact details are: George Archibald, 27 West Main Street, Berryville, VA 22611-1380, telephone 540-303-1477. email .

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  3. Kenneth Greenwood

    The comparison of these three great 20th century men is done in a very mythical way by Peter Kreeft in his book “Between Heaven & Hell”.

  1. […] One particularly interesting article compares Lewis, Kennedy, and a third notable man who died that day, Aldous Huxley, particularly looking at the differences in their religious beliefs: “50 years ago today, Kennedy, Huxley and Lewis followed different paths to the grave” (Desert News). Another excellent article, this one from the Religion News Service, interviews James Houston (who turned 91 yesterday), founder of the C. S. Lewis Institute, and a colleague of his at Oxford–“Why C.S. Lewis remains popular: a friend reflects.” […]