Mere Christianity

Autor: C. S. Lewis
Publisher: Collins Publishers
ISBN: 9780007461219
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A beautiful Large Print edition of Mere Christianity - a book that uncovers common ground upon which all those who have Christian faith can stand together.

What Christians Believe

Autor: C. S. Lewis
Publisher: Zondervan
ISBN: 0060761539
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The Essentials Explained Master storyteller and essayist C. S. Lewis here tackles the central questions of the Christian faith: Who was Jesus? What did he accomplish? What does it mean for me? In these classic essays, which began as talks on the BBC during World War II, Lewis creatively and simply explains the basic tenets of Christianity. Taken from the core section of Mere Christianity, the selection in this gift edition provides an accessible way for more people to discover these timeless truths. For those looking to remind themselves of the things they hold true, or those looking for a snapshot of Christianity, this book is a wonderful introduction to the faith.

Mere Christianity Journal

Autor: C. S. Lewis
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 0060727659
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Mere Christianity Journal is the ideal companion to Mere Christianity -- the beloved classic of Christian literature and the bestselling of all of Lewis's adult works. This reader's journal is a celebration of one of Lewis's most popular and influential works. By serving as a thoughtful guide to further meditation on the central issues Lewis raises, this journal provides Lewis readers with a guide for deeper reflection. The journal includes an elegant interior design, ample quotes from Mere Christianity, thoughtful questions centered on Lewis's wise words and plenty of room for reader's thoughts and ideas.

The Complete C S Lewis Signature Classics

Autor: C. S. Lewis
Publisher: Zondervan
ISBN: 0061208493
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Seven Spiritual Masterworks by C. S. Lewis This classic collection includes C. S. Lewis's most important spiritual works: Mere Christianity The Screwtape Letters The Great Divorce The Problem of Pain Miracles A Grief Observed The Abolition of Man

Mere Christianity Study Guide

Autor: Steven Urban
Publisher: Brown Chair Books
ISBN: 9781499568264
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12-week Bible study intended for those seeking to deepen their understanding of God by nurturing a thinking faith.

C S Lewis On Faith

Autor: C. S. Lewis
Publisher: Thomas Nelson Publishers
ISBN: 9780785270959
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'Faith' could be described as a strong or unshakable belief in something, especially without proof or evidence. Everyone has faith in something or someone, even if it's just that the sun will rise tomorrow, or that your friend will meet you at the time and place appointed. But this selection from the writings of C.S. Lewis deals with a very specific form of faith, the Christian faith. An insightful look into the very private struggles of C.S. Lewis as he sought to define his own beliefs.

C S Lewis In A Time Of War

Autor: Justin Phillips
Publisher: Zondervan
ISBN: 0060881399
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C. S. Lewis is universally recognized as one of the intellectual giants of the twentieth century. A noted scholar, Lewis was able to reach a vast popular audience during his lifetime and continues to attract thousands of new readers every year. But how did Lewis first become a popular public figure? During the most desperate years of World War II, Lewis was asked by the British Broadcasting Corporation's recently created Home Service to give radio addresses on Christianity to a nation shaken by war. The choice was controversial. At first dismissed by critics as a layman who was unqualified to tackle such weighty issues, Lewis proved to be enormously persuasive. These radio talks were eventually published as Mere Christianity, which now ranks as one of the great classics of religious literature. This rich chapter in Lewis's life, which deals with his love-hate relationship with the "new" medium of broadcasting, has received little attention from biographers and commentators. Yet it was Lewis's work on the radio that made him a household name. By combining narrative skill and adroitly quoting from correspondence, Phillips captures Lewis's reservations, vexations, achievements, and, finally, his enormous success. C. S. Lewis in a Time of War is a fascinating look at how these talks were created and the enthusiastic response they generated at a time when bombing in London caused many radio stations to be evacuated. This book reveals a rich, previously untapped vein of Lewis's life and work that will intrigue his millions of fans.