For Christians the world over, faith is both the cornerstone and the greatest challenge of their religion. This gift hardback explores the nature of faith and the riches of the Christian tradition for people of all faiths and none.
To celebrate the centenary of Lewis’s birth, this delightful volume is part of a four book collectors series of full colour hardbacks. Together they are a lasting tribute to one of the greatest communicators of the twentieth century. Each volume tackles a popular theme Love, Grief, Joy and Faith. They draw on the writing of C. S. Lewis and include many memorable illustrations, maps and photographs that relates to his life and faith.
Designed for a wide general audience, here is a precious series for old and new readers of Lewis.
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Lesley Walmsley joined the Religious Division of HarperCollins in 1976, after a career spent with the BBc, the United Bible Societies (Geneva and London), and the World Association for Christian Communication. It was at HarperCollins that she first developed an interest in the writings and life of C.S.Lewis.
Now officially retired, she lives in Harrow, where she is a Baptist Deacon.
C.S.Lewis was probably the most popular Christian writer of the twentieth century, and his books are treasured by Christians and non-Christians alike. This beautifully illustrated selection draws together some of his reflections on joy and shows the qualities of intelligence, honesty and humility which made him such a respected teacher.About the Author:
C. S. Lewis was an English professor at Oxford and a popular broadcaster and writer.
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Book Description Fount, 1998. Hardback. Book Condition: New. Published by Fount in 1998. Hardcover, 64 pages. New book. The book has not been read, it is in perfect condition, cover and pages are not damaged. Bookseller Inventory # 24966