Feel free to download any of the PowerPoints in this link. You may revise them to suit your purposes. My only request is that you give credit to the author. Newest PowerPoint: A look at Lewis's 1959 talk at Westcott House called "Modern Theology and Biblical Criticism," uploaded March 22, 2013 in both PowerPoint 2003 and PDF format.
This is a new PowerPoint on The Abolition of Man, just presented this morning in Austin.
I've uploaded a brand new PowerPoint that covers the writings of C. S. Lewis during World War II. I think you'll enjoy it.
The Making of a Rhetorician, Feb. 25, 2010, at Texas State University.
This PowerPoint file provides an outline of Lewis' 1947 book, Miracles: A Preliminary study, with some discussion questions included. First in PowerPoint 2003 format and then in PowerPoint 2007 format.
I call Lewis' 1952 publication, Mere Christianity, "Uncommon Truth in Common Language."
The Screwtape Letters were published in book form in 1942 after being serialized weekly in The Guardian.
An Experiment in Criticism with summary and discussion questions.
Lewis' inaugural address at Cambridge University, 1954, "De Descriptione Temporum."
Lewis and Tillyard debate the topic of whether a poem is a reflection of the poet's personality or about something outside of the poet, and it takes place over the years during the decade of the 1930s in their point-counterpoint series of six essays.
"The Weight of Glory" and "The World's Last Night" are summarized, with discussion questions, in this PowerPoint.
This is a separate PowerPoint on "The Weight of Glory" only.
Notes and discussion guide for The Great Divorce.
This is my outline on the life of Lewis, as presented on Sunday, April 29, 2012, at Our Redeemer Lutheran Church, Dallas, Texas.
Notes and discussion questions on the 1959 essay, "Modern Theology and Biblical Criticism."
Brief notes on Perelandra (1943).
Notes on the three versions of Shadowlands.
This PowerPoint details the specific dates and events, documented in Lewis's letters especially, of interaction between C. S. Lewis and Joy Davidman. This, of course, is the story of Shadowlands, but it gives a fuller perspective on the decade of their interaction between the first letter from Joy to Jack in 1950 and Joy's death in 1960. Uploaded on Feb. 15, 2013.
Lewis' only full-length book about a book of the Bible, published in 1958, Reflections on the Psalms. This PowerPoint is updated as of January 29, 2012.
Lewis' short 1945 essay entitled "Meditation in a Toolshed."
Introduction to the Ransom Trilogy.
Lewis' friend, J.R.R. Tolkien.
This PowerPoint surveys three of C. S. Lewis' contemporaries, the atheist and scientist J.B.S. Haldane, who served as the model for Weston in the Ransom Trilogy, philosopher C.E.M. Joad, who returned to the Christian faith in part because of the influence of Lewis, and Warren Hamilton Lewis, the older brother of C. S. Lewis.
The Episcopal Church has adopted a Collect (Prayer) for C. S. Lewis.
This PowerPoint contains an introduction to the Chronicles of Narnia as children's literature.