"Greg Cootsona's treatment of C.S. Lewis reflects the passion and thoroughness of a devot� who savors the insights of a long-term mentor. He relishes handing on morsels of Lewis' imagination and insight, while he also analyzes and measures Lewis' enduring value. Reading this book will enhance your experience of the feast that is C.S. Lewis, but it will also fortify the heart and imagination for the "crises" which all true faith must engage."
—Mark Labberton, President, Fuller Theological Seminary
"Greg Cootsona's book is as distinctive a contribution to writing on Lewis as any I know. With no claim towards breaking new ground, the author nevertheless brings a perspective so fresh that even a veteran reader of the master will be instructed. Of course, Cootsona know his Lewis, but he also knows Lewis's philosophy and philosophers, and he so interanimates that knowledge by way of his own extraordinary pastoral (and personal) touch that the reader emerges refreshed. I could argue a point or two, but that would miss the point of this very readable and generous book."
—James T. Como, editor of Remembering C.S. Lewis: Recollections by Those Who Knew Him