Christian Reflections Paperback
Defending the Faith
by C. S. Lewis;
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The piquant wit and wisdom on on of the most beloved writers of all time is presented in this collection of reflections of Christianity.
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Published shortly after his death, aiming to make available some of his writings which were not at that time publicly accessible, and to counter the prevailing new morality of the sixties, Christian Reflections' gives a robust defence of the Christian Gospel.
Now, fifty years later, when Christian communities are, in our own day, struggling to come to terms with a shifting morality, this little volume will be a comforting reminder of the never-changing truths of the faith. 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.
Christian Reflections by C. S. Lewis was published by HarperCollins Publishers in January 2017 and is our 16837th best seller. The ISBN for Christian Reflections is 9780008203856.
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Details for Christian Reflections
|Author / Artist||C. S. Lewis|
|Publisher||HarperCollins Publishers (January 2017)|
|Number of Pages||224|
|Page last updated||17th February 2018|