One of the most brilliant creative minds of the 20th century, C.S. Lewis crosses over all literary, philosophical, and religious boundaries. A world-renowned scholar of medieval literature at Oxford University, he was able to write and lecture in such a clear, direct language that ordinary men and women were fully able to comprehend the truths he extolled.
A man whose tremendous intellect was wedded to a powerful imagination—for it was in his flights of literary fantasy that his deepest perceptions of God were birthed.
In this remarkable look at his leadership in action, we see why, a generation after his death, Lewis continues to be numbered among our best-selling authors and our most influential thinkers.