The Lewis Legacy-Issue 75, Winter 1998
Stop and Shop
The C. S. Lewis Foundation for Truth in Publishing
January 1, 1998
Books by Legacy readers
Being a Christian in Science by Walter R. Hearn (InterVarsity Press, 1997). Aimed at college students who might consider careers in science, this concise, provocative insider's overview contains facts and insights to excite any intelligent Christian reader.
I, Jesus by Robert Darden (Summit Publishing Group 1997). An imaginative but thoroughly Biblical retelling of the story of Jesus from beginning to end. In Darden's words, "I wanted to know where Jesus was at any given time. I wanted to know why people like Simon the Zealot and Judas Iscariot did what they did. I wanted to know what the scenery was like so that I could picture myself there. I wanted to taste the dust and feel the hot sun. I wanted to be there..."
In God We Trust: Stories of Faith in American History by Ranelda Hunsicker (ChariotVictor, 1997). Fifty inspiring lives spanning United States history from Leif Erickson to Katherine Lee Bates, who wrote "America the Beautiful." For children, but packed with information for any age.
Dante's Purgatory by Kathryn Lindskoog (Mercer University Press, 1997). For an e-mail copy of the surprising preface, request it at email@example.com.
Norman Wheeler (of 11 Park Place, Holley, NY 14470) has almost completed his collection of first editions of C. S. Lewis books published in Lewis's lifetime. He has a number of duplicates that he is willing to sell for close to what he paid for them. He will send a list to anyone who is interested.
Because he is seeking signed notes from the dedicatees to place in some of his books, he would like to find out where "The Kilmer Family" lives. Can anyone help?