Mere Christianity was originally three separate radio talks entitled Broadcast Talks (1942), Christian Behavior (1943), and Beyond Personality (1944). These are the only two surviving audio recordings which have fused to video .
The second shown here was the last installment, which would eventually become the chapter entitled “Beyond Personality”. The remaining records were destroyed as recording tape was reused.
BBC Broadcast Part I
BBC Broadcast Part II
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|C. S. Lewis Born in Strandtown, Belfast, Ireland |
C. S. Lewis ("Jacksie as he demanded to be addressed at age 4) was born in Belfast, Ireland, Novermber 29, 1898.
Strandtown Primary School, Belfast, Belfast, Belfast BT4, UK
|St. Mark's Church |
2A Sydenham Avenue, Belfast, Belfast BT4 2DR, UK
|Little Lea, Childhood Home of C. S. Lewis |
76 Circular Road, Belfast, Belfast BT4 2GD, UK
|Wynyard School, Watford, United Kingdom |
Wynyard School was referred to as "Belsen" in Jack's correspondence. The experience was terrible and he begged his father, Albert, to take him out.
Watford, Hertfordshire, UK
|Cherbourg House Preparatory School & Malvern College, Malvern, UK |
Cherbourg House Preparatory School & Malvern College are both in Malvern where Lewis and his brother Warren received some of their education. Cherbourg was where Lewis abandoned Christianity and embraced atheism.
Great Malvern, Malvern, Worcestershire WR14, UK
|Magdalen College, Oxford |
Lewis' education here was interrupted by World War I where he was wounded. He returned to finish his education after spending 6 months in the hospital recuperating from shrapnel injuries. He became a tutor there first and was later offered a fellowship. He taught there until 1954 when he began teaching at Magdalene College at Cambridge.
Magdalen College, Magdalen College Library, University of Oxford, Magdalen College, High Street, Oxford, Oxford OX1 4AU, UK
|The Kilns, Headington Quarry, Headington Oxford, UK |
The Kilns is where Lewis wrote The Chronicles of Narnia, among his many other books.
14 Holyoake Road, Oxford, Oxfordshire OX3, UK
|Magdalene College, Cambridge |
Magdalene College, Magdalene Street, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire CB3 0AG, UK
|Headington Quarry Church (Holy Trinity), Oxford |
C. S. Lewis died on November 22, 1963 and was buried at Holy Trinity Church, Headington Quarry (a suburb of Oxford) on November 26, 1963. He would have been 65 on November 29, 1963.
Holy Trinity Church Headington Quarry, Trinity Road, Headington Quarry, Oxford, Oxfordshire OX3 8LH, UK
|Royal Military College Sandhurst, Camberley, Great Britain |
Warren graduated from the Royal Military College in Sandhurst and was commissioned a second lieutenant in the Royal Army Service Corps.
The Royal Military Academy San, Haig Road, Royal Military Academy, Camberley, Bracknell Forest GU15 4PQ, UK
|Keble College, Oxford University |
Officer Training School classes were here where C. S. Lewis was prepared to server in the military.
Keble College, Keble College Chapel, University of Oxford, 16 Parks Road, Oxford, Oxford 0X1 3PG, UK
|Oxford Crematorium |
Joy Lewis Davidman was cremated at the Oxford Crematorium, Headington, Oxfordshire, England on July 18, 1960.
Oxford Crematorium, Bayswater Road, Oxford, Oxfordshire OX3 9RZ, UK
|Field Hospital in Étaples, France |
After Lewis was wound in Operation Michael in The Somme battlefield, he was transported back to Étaples, France where he remained for a few weeks.
|Battle of Arras, The Somme Battlefield Area |
On the front lines, in the Battle of Arras, France, in Operation Michael, Lewis was wounded by friendly fire shrapnel on 4/15/1918.
|British Hospital in London |
In May, within a few weeks of his injury, he was moved from Étaples, France to London.
|Convalescence in Bristol |
In June, 1918, Lewis was moved to Bristol to convalesce, the shrapnel still in his chest.
Bristol, City of Bristol, UK
|Final convalescence before Lewis is to be shipped back to France |
From here Lewis was to go back to tie front lines in France. The war ended before that occurred however.
Andover, Andover, Hampshire, UK
|Officer Training Corps, Keble College, Oxford University |
Lewis started the Officer Training Corps at Unv at Osford University, but completed most of it at Keble College, also part of the Oxford University.
Keble College, Keble College Chapel, University of Oxford, 16 Parks Road, Oxford, Oxford 0X1 3PG, UK
|British Expeditionary Forces Beaten Back and Evacuated At Dunkirk, May 1940 |
Warnie who was called back up as part of the British Expeditionary Force in WWII was in the largest military evacuation in history.
by Lewis ⇑
A Grief Observed (1961).
A Mind Awake: An Anthology of C. S. Lewis. Edited by Clyde Kilby (1968).
A Preface to Paradise Lost (1942).
All My Road Before Me: The Diary of C. S. Lewis, 1922-1927. Edited by Walter Hooper (1991).
An Experiment in Criticism (1961).
Christian Reflections. Edited by Walter Hooper (1967).
English Literature in the Sixteenth Century Excluding Drama, Vol. 3 of The Oxford History of English Literature (1954).
God in the Dock: Essays on Theology and Ethics. Edited by Walter Hooper(1970).
Letters of C. S. Lewis. Edited by Warren H. Lewis (1966).
Letters to an American Lady. Edited by Clyde Kilby (1967).
Letters to Children. Edited by Lyle W. Dorsett and M. J. Mead (1985).
Letters to Malcolm, Chiefly on Prayer (1964).
Mere Christianity (revised edition, 1961).
Miracles: A Preliminary Study (1947).
Narrative Poems. Edited by Walter Hooper (1969).
Of Other Worlds: Essays and Stories. Edited by Walter Hooper (1966).
On Stories, and Other Essays on Literature. Edited by Walter Hooper (1982).
Out of the Silent Planet (1938).
Perelandra: A Novel (1944).
Poems. Edited by Walter Hooper (1965).
Present Concerns. Edited by Walter Hooper (1986).
Reflections on the Psalms. (1958)
Screwtape Proposes a Toast, and Other Pieces (1965).
Selected Literary Essays. Edited by Walter Hooper (1969).
Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Literature (1966).
Studies in Words (1960).
Surprised by Joy: The Shape of My Early Life (1955).
That Hideous Strength: A Modern Fairy-Tale for Grownups (1945).
The Abolition of Man: Or, Reflections on Education with Special Reference to the Teaching of English in the Upper Forms of Schools (1946).
The Allegory of Love: A Study in Medieval Tradition (1936).
The Business of Heaven: Daily Readings from C. S. Lewis (1984).
The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (1950).
The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian (1951).
The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the ‘Dawn Treader’ (1952).
The Chronicles of Narnia: The Silver Chair (1953).
The Chronicles of Narnia: The Horse and His Boy (1954).
The Chronicles of Narnia: The Magician’s Nephew (1955).
The Chronicles of Narnia: The Last Battle (1956).
The Dark Tower, and Other Stories. Edited by Walter Hooper (1977).
The Discarded Image: An Introduction to Medieval and Renaissance Literature (1964).
The Four Loves (1960).
The Great Divorce (1946).
The Personal Heresy: A Controversy Between E. M. W. Tillyard and C. S. Lewis (1939).
The Pilgrim’s Regress (1933; revised edition, 1943).
The Problem of Pain (1942).
The Screwtape Letters (1944).
The Shadowlands of C. S. Lewis: The Man Behind the Movie. Selections from the Writings of C. S. Lewis. Edited by Peter Kreeft (1944).
The Visionary Christian: 131 Readings. Edited by Chad Walsh (1981).
The Weight of Glory, and Other Addresses (1949).
The World’s Last Night, and Other Essays (1960).
They Asked for a Paper: Papers and Addresses (1962).
They Stand Together: The Letters of C. S. Lewis to Arthur Greeves, 1914-1963. Edited by Walter Hooper (1979).
Till We Have Faces: A Myth Retold (1956).
Transposition, and Other Addresses (1949).
Aeschilman, Michael D. The Restitution of Man: C. S. Lewis and the Case Against Scientism (1983). Arnott, Anne. The Secret Country of C. S. Lewis (1975).
Barratt, David. C. S. Lewis and His World (1987).
Beversluis, John. C. S. Lewis and the Search for Rational Religion (1985).
Blount, Paul G., ed. “The Inklings.” Studies in the Literary Imagination 14, no. 2. Ga. State Univ. (fall 1981)
Carnell, Corbin S. Bright Shadow of Reality: C. S. Lewis and the Feeling Intellect (1974).
Carpenter, Humphrey. The Inklings: C. S. Lewis, J. R. R. Tolkien, Charles Williams, and Their Friends (1979).
Christensen, Michael J. C. S. Lewis on Scripture: His Thoughts on the Nature of Biblical Inspiration, the Role of Revelation, and the Question of Inerrancy (1979).
Christoper, Joe R. C. S. Lewis (1987).
Como, James T., ed. C. S. Lewis at the Breakfast Table, and other Reminiscences (1979).
Coren, Michael. The Man Who Created Narnia: The Story of C. S. Lewis (1996).
Cunningham, Richard B. C. S. Lewis: Defender of the Faith (1967).
Dorsett, Lyle W. And God Came In (1983); about Joy Davidman.
Duriez, Colin. The C. S. Lewis Handbook: A Comprehensive Guide to His Life, Thought and Writings (1990).
Ford, Paul F. Companion to Narnia (1980).
Fuller, Edmund, et al. Myth, Allegory, and Gospel: An Interpretation of J. R. R. Tolkien, C. S. Lewis, G. K. Chesterton and Charles Williams (1974).
Gibb, Jocelyn, ed. Light on C. S. Lewis (1965).
Gibson, Evan K. C. S. Lewis: Spinner of Tales (1980).
Glaspey, Terry. Not a Tame Lion: The Spiritual Legacy of C. S. Lewis (ca. 1996).
Green, Roger Lancelyn, and Walter Hooper. C. S. Lewis: A Biography (1974).
Gresham, Douglas. Lenten Lands (1988).
Griffin, William. Clive Staples Lewis: A Dramatic Life (1986).
Hannay, Margaret P. C. S. Lewis (1981).
Hart, Dabney A. Through the Open Door: A New Look at C. S. Lewis (1984).
Holmer, Paul L. C. S. Lewis: The Shape of His Faith and Thought (1976).
Hooper, Walter. C. S. Lewis: Companion & Guide (1996), Past Watchful Dragons: The Narnian Chronicles of C. S. Lewis (1979), Through Joy and Beyond: A Pictorial Biography of C. S. Lewis (1982).
Howard, Thomas. The Achievement of C. S. Lewis (1980). Republished as C. S. Lewis, Man of Letters.
Hughes, Larry R. The World View of C. S. Lewis Implicit in His Religious Writings (1980).
Hutter, Charles A. “Angels in the Thought of C. S. Lewis.” In Perspectives, February 1994, 12-15., ed. Imagination and the Spirit: Essays in literature and the Christian Faith Presented to Clyde S. Kilby (1971).
Karkainen, Paul A. Narnia Explored (1979).
Keefe, Carolyn, ed. C. S. Lewis, Speaker and Teacher (1971).
Kilby, Clyde S. Images of Salvation in the Fiction of C. S. Lewis (1978), The Christian World of C. S. Lewis (1964), and Douglas Gilbert. C. S. Lewis: Images of His World (1973).
Kreeft, Peter. C. S. Lewis: A Critical Essay (1969). C. S. Lewis for the Third Millennium (1994), Between Heaven and Hell: A Dialog Somewhere Beyond Death with John F. Kennedy, C. S. Lewis & Aldous Huxley (1982).
Lewis, Warren H. Brothers and Friends: The Diaries of Major Warren Hamilton Lewis. Edited by Clyde S. Kilby and M. L. Mead (1982).
Lindskoog, Kathryn. “Bright Shoots of Everlastingness: C. S. Lewis’ Search for Joy.” In Perspectives, September 1993, 17-21, C. S. Lewis, Mere Christian (3rd ed., 1987), Light in the Shadowlands: Protecting the Real C. S. Lewis (1994), The C. S. Lewis Hoax (1988), The Lion of Judah in Never-Never Land: The Theology of C. S. Lewis Expressed in His Fantasies for Children (1973)
Lindvall, Terry. Surprised by Laughter: The Comic World of C. S. Lewis (ca. 1996).
MacDonald, Michael H., and Andrew A. Tadie, eds. The Riddle of Joy: G. K. Chesterton and C. S. Lewis. (1989).
Meilaender, Gilbert. A Taste for the Other: The Social and Ethical Thought of C. S. Lewis (1978).
Michael, Mary. “Our Love Affair with C. S. Lewis.” In Christianity Today, October 25, 1993, 34-36.
Patrick, James. The Magdalen Metaphysicals: Idealism and Orthodoxy at Oxford (1984).
Payne, Leanne. Real Presence: The Christian Worldview of C. S. Lewis as Incarnational Reality. Rev. ed. (1988).
Purtill, Richard L. C. S. Lewis’ Case for the Christian Faith (1981), Lord of the Elves and Endils: Fantasy and Philosophy in C. S. Lewis and J. R. R. Tolkien (1974).
Pyles, Franklin A. The Influence of the British Neo-Hegelians on the Christian Apology of C. S. Lewis (1978).
Sammons, Martha. A Guide Through C. S. Lewis’ Space Triology (1980), A Guide Through Narnia (1979).
Sayer, George. Jack: C. S. Lewis and His Times. 2nd ed. (1994).
Schakel, Peter J. Reading with the Heart: The Way into Narnia (1979).
Reason and Imagination in C. S. Lewis: A Study of Till We Have Faces (1984), ed. The Longing for a Form: Essays on the Fiction of C. S. Lewis (1979).
Vanauken, Sheldon. A Severe Mercy (1977).
Walsh, Chad. C. S. Lewis: Apostle to the Skeptics (1949), The Literary Legacy of C. S. Lewis (1979).
White, William L. The Image of Man in C. S. Lewis (1969).
Willis, John R. Pleasures Forevermore: The Theology of C. S. Lewis (1983).
Wilson, A. N. C. S. Lewis: A Biography (1990).