C.S. Lewis as Teacher for our Time
by Mark A. Pike
“…Mark Pike has given us a clear and well-written account of central themes that he finds in Lewis’s philosophy of education. […] The book provides abundant evidence… of very thorough research not only in Lewis’s own writings but also in those of a number of contemporary writers. […] This book makes an original and substantial contribution to the already large volume of research on Lewis’s life and work. With its focus on Lewis as a teacher, it was surely a book waiting to be written and one wonders why nobody had taken on the task before now. Happily for fans of Lewis and enthusiasts for Christian perspectives on education, Mark Pike has done so”.
John Shortt, in EurECA newsletter, April 2014