Last week, I went through the 15 that were chosen as a favorite. Today, here are the 12 that were chosen as the most overlooked.
Hopefully, this will provide you with a selection of books that experts believe are some of Lewis’ most overlooked. And if you haven’t read all of these, maybe this will encourage you to read more of his works that aren’t as well-known as those like Mere Christianity or The Screwtape Letters.
Listed three times:
Listed six times:
Two people referenced Lewis’ essays in general as being overlooked. Four others gave specific collections of essays (or sermons).
While so many think of Lewis as a fiction writer or even an apologetic writer, he wrote on a wide variety of issues and his essays demonstrate that.
If you haven’t read any of his essay collections, pick up one of these. You probably won’t agree with Lewis on everything and you probably shouldn’t. But you can appreciate and learn from his lucid thinking and thoroughly Christian attitude toward everything.
All those who participated in the series (not including myself): Joe Rigney, Louis Markos, Laura Schmidt, Jennifer Neyhart, Devin Brown, Sarah Waters, Brandon Smith, Michael Ward, Crystal Hurd, William O’Flaherty, Brenton Dickieson, Dan DeWitt, Diana Glyer, and Alister McGrath.