Lewis in Oxford

Much of Lewis’ life was lived in Oxford. All of his adult life, really. It has been my good fortune to have been to Oxford for visits over a dozen times. This last summer I was at an apologetics conference in Lewis name and lived for a week at Oriel college… But Lewis was a fellow and tutor at Magdalen College. I spent my last afternoon in Oxford at Magdalen and here is a quick film I made for a look at where Lewis lived and worked for much of his adult life…

In this short, you will see St. John’s chapel where Lewis worshiped nearly every morning of the school term, the green that is surrounded by the cloister of the original college, the New Building (18th c.) in which his rooms were found, and a bit of the Deer Park. In a place like this, it is no wonder that he was inspired to do so much writing…

 

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