Interested in Oxford-style tutorials online with a world expert? 

While many have been influenced by the writings of C. S. Lewis, few have had the opportunity to combine their love for Lewis’s writings with their professional studies. And even fewer have done this at Oxford, where C. S. Lewis spent most of his career. Dr. Jason Lepojärvi has done exactly that, and is offering Oxford-style courses to help you experience it at home.

Dr. Lepojärvi is a leading scholar on C. S. Lewis and The Inklings, an influential group of Oxford-based scholars and writers that included J. R. R. Tolkien.

        • Are you a reader of C. S. Lewis or the Inklings?
        • Do you want to improve your research and writing skills?
        • Would you enjoy studying with a world expert on C. S. Lewis?
        • Do you want a new challenge to broaden your horizons?
        • Want to gain from Oxford-style instruction?

If any of these statements are true, you will benefit from Jason’s one-on-one online classes.

With teaching experience at Oxford University, Dr. Lepojärvi comes well-equipped and highly recommended to help you explore the writings of C. S. Lewis and the Inklings. Jason is offering one-on-one online courses, styled after the Oxford tutorial system. Whether you are a fan, student, or life-long learner, these courses will help you explore the world of C. S. Lewis and the Inklings while honing your research and writing skills.

Interested? Continue further to learn more about Dr. Lepojärvi, his Oxford-style tutorials, and how you can discover the intricacies of Lewis and the Inklings.

Oxford Tutorials

Oxford-style tutorials are not your typical tutorial. They are modeled after the Oxford system of learning, where students begin each tutorial by presenting papers to their tutors (professors). This is followed by discussion of the themes, quality of argument, and style of writing. In a tutorial, you have the chance to explore an exciting topic with a world expert.

Want to learn more? Read more about Oxford tutorials.

Courses with Dr. Lepojärvi are fashioned after Oxford tutorials, and will give you a chance to explore the work of C. S. Lewis, synthesize your own thoughts and research, benefit from Dr. Lepojärvi’s extensive knowledge of the subject matter, and develop your academic skills.


Read all of Jason’s reviewers.

Dr. Lepojärvi had our students do ‘mini-tutorials’ in the middle of their semester and every student reported that the experience was the highlight of the course.

Jacqueline Morrison Director of Study Abroad Oxford, Abilene Christian University

Jason is without doubt one of the most able and promising figures currently operating in this area of research.

Professor Michael Ward Fellow of Blackfriars Hall, University of Oxford, and Professor of Apologetics, Houston Baptist University (, editor of The Cambridge Companion to C. S. Lewis (2010) 


For full course list, see courses.

C. S. Lewis: Intellect and Imagination

Rediscover the life and writings of C. S. Lewis: his influences and his influence. What makes his writing so effective, both intellectually and imaginatively?

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C. S. Lewis on Love and its Limits

Starting with The Four Loves, explore the nature of love, as reflected by Lewis and developed across his writings, including Till We Have Faces and Surprised by Joy. What is love? How many loves? Can men and women be friends? When does love become idolatrous?

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C. S. Lewis and the Problem of Evil

Got a problem with evil? So did C. S. Lewis. In fact, for years it prevented him from believing in God. If God is both good and powerful, why is there so much suffering in the world? Why do good people suffer? Why do animals suffer? What can be done to ameliorate the problem?

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