A fine collection of essays representing C.S. Lewis at his best and most brilliant. Christianity and Literature; Religion: Reality or Substitute?; The Funeral of a Great Myth; Petitionary Prayer: A Problem Without an Answer: The Seeing Eye.
These are just some of the issues he tackles here. As ever, Lewis’s clear and eloquent mind give plenty of food for thought, especially as he aims his intellectual ammunition at the modern myths still so prevalent in our post-modern culture, and encourages a robust defence of the Christian gospel.
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‘If you have never read it let me urge you strongly to purchase a copy.’
Kieron Moore, The Universe
In 'Christian Reflections' C.S. Lewis brings his vast and original intellect to bear on a wealth of subjects, including ethics, historicism, Christianity and culture. This selection of essays and papers, drawn from all stages of his career, presents Lewis at his most varied and profound.
“…this collection…by one of the ablest and most persuasive propagandists of Christian orthodoxy in this country deserves the warmest of Christian welcomes on this happy reappearance. Christian readers will find here a devastating counter-attack on the ‘new morality’ and a magnificent restatement of the essence of the gospel and the faith”.
“If you have never read it let me urge you strongly to buy a copy”.
KIERON MOORE, 'The Universe'
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Book Description FOUNT, 1998. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0006280919