C.S. Lewis is a favorite author of mine because he was such a fine intellect. That is one reason I appreciate his writings on Christianity so much. No fluff. Just a beautiful web of logic.
I first read Lewis’ book, Mere Christianity, when I was around twenty years old. I could only manage it a few pages at a time. It made my head hurt; his logic is so rich, I could only manage it in small doses. However, I did appreciate the book then, and I still do. I am reading it again, and at 48 years old, I can manage it much better.
Lewis wrote the book based upon a number of radio broadcasts he gave during World War II, at first to the Royal Air Force when the bombing of Britain began in 1940 and later by invitation of the BBC from 1942 to 1945. He…
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