WHAT’S SO SPECIAL ABOUT THIS LIBRARY?
The Lewis House library is designed to be a resource for Christian thinkers: from undergrads to seminarians, scholars to your everyday Christian who wants to think deeply about the faith. Our library, therefore, houses books other libraries typically don’t. Books like Tish Harrison Warren’s Liturgy of the Ordinary or N. T. Wright’s commentary Galatians or Charles Taylor’s A Secular Age—edifying and challenging books for the Christian reader—won’t show up at your average library (even Willy-T), but they are featured books at Lewis House.
Because Lewis House offers resources for everyone from the undergrad seeker to the academic theologian, not every book will appeal to you. Some books are technical (read: nerdy) academic works, but they may be important and influential books nonetheless. Some are popular books, intended for wide appeal. Some are in between. But, if you’re interested in thinking well about the Christian life, there’s something here for you—we’d bet the house on it.