Wednesday, September 8, 2010
Book Review: Mere Christianity by C.S. Lewis
C.S. Lewis is perhaps one of the best-known Christian minds from the 20th Century. Many of his works are already considered classics in Christian literature, including Mere Christianity.
It has been said that classics are books that everybody loves and nobody reads. I hope that is not the case for this book. Lewis offers a book about the Christian faith that is part philosophy, part homiletic, and all apologetic. He truly had a brilliant mind, especially in his development of a defense of the Christian God, which he covers in the first section (book I), but the more practical and doctrinal/theological sections are just as valuable for contemplation.
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