At a time when the words of the late British novelist, scholar and
lay theologian C.S. Lewis are reaching more people than ever, a newly
published Bible bearing his name has excited fans and provoked debate
over whether Lewis would have approved.
"The Voyage of the Dawn
Treader," the third film created from Lewis' "Chronicles of Narnia"
series, has earned more than $400 million since its December release.
Next month, Lewis' translation of Virgil's Aeneid will be published. A
stage adaptation of "The Screwtape Letters" is on national tour. And
C.S. Lewis College, a Christian school, is expected to open in 2012 in
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