To several of his correspondents who asked of him, “What can I read to strengthen my faith?”, C.S. Lewis would provide a spiritual reading list of authors and their books which had helped him grow in his own Christian life. The primary purpose of this paper is to discuss these spiritual reading lists which included devotional books, apologetics, books of poetry, essays, sermons, commentaries, plays, allegories, spiritual autobiography and even novels. For evaluation the individual lists themselves and their provenance will be discussed including a timeline of authors on the lists and information about the recipients. In closing, suggestions will be made for further projects related to the reading of the annotated books in Lewis’ personal library which are on the spiritual reading lists.
"Guidelines for Spiritual Reading from C.S. Lewis,"
Inklings Forever: Vol. 7
, Article 10.
Available at: https://pillars.taylor.edu/inklings_forever/vol7/iss1/10