C.S. Lewis was not a professional theologian—something he freely admitted. For many years, this lack of official credentials resulted in an unfortunate lack of scholarly engagement with his life and works. Exploring Lewis’ literary, theological, and philosophical genius, Lewis experts such as P.H. Brazier, Chad Walsh, and Walter Hooper fill this longstanding gap. Though written for academics and students, these works are also for ordinary Christians who, like Lewis, don’t have a theology degree. Readers of every background who enjoy Lewis’ fiction, apologetics, and scholarship will also enjoy these creative studies.