Sunday, February 27, 2011

Mere Christianity by C.S. Lewis

Mr. Lewis was asked to give radio broadcast to the people in Britain during WWII and he then took these broadcast and made them into a book. Interesting that he was raised Christian, turned athiest, then Christian again. He wrote on a chapter on Marriage that was right on the money and he wasn't even married at the time. C.S. Lewis is one of the greats.

Mere ChristianityMere Christianity by C.S. Lewis

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

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  1. That's a classic alright. What a gorgeous picture. Hope your driveway isn't too long. I just finished dragging the snow off of our trampline. You migh need to do the same :0

    God Bless. See you there!

  2. I love C.S. Lewis! Very interesting and insightful. Love the picture although the scene is FAR too familiar.

  3. Such a great book -- thanks for the reminder to take it off the shelf again. And believe it or not, your lovely photo actually makes me miss the snow...

  4. He really was an amazing author and man. He is in my top 5 people to meet in Heaven!!!

  5. I love C.S. LEWIS too..."there are no ordinary people" is a personal favorite "your neighbor is a holy being---in him is Godhood hidden." even those Loyola fans!?!!

    C.S.Lewis always seemed like Brother Lewis to me...I'M SURE HE IS NOW!!!