C.S. Lewis, Mere Christian

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Cornerstone Press Chicago, 1997 - Biography & Autobiography - 292 pages
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Explains CS Lewis' views on a number of topics. This book presents a biographical background and analysis to bring the reader in touch with one of Christendom's greatest thinkers.

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Review: CS Lewis: Mere Christian, Fourth Edition

User Review  - Thelittlelostgirl - Goodreads

Brilliant. Persuasive, but logical. Filled with wonderfully endearing prose, as it's based on transcripts from radio broadcasts Lewis made during the war. I would have listened most earnestly had I been around then. Instead I'm listening now. Read full review

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About the author (1997)

Kathryn Lindskoog plunged into an independent academic-honors project on C. S. Lewis in 1954, met him in 1956, & has been writing & teaching about him ever since. Although crippled with progressive multiple sclerosis, she has taught literature courses at several colleges as well as New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary & Fuller Seminary. Lewis originally opened the door to George MacDonald & Dante for her, & that has now led to this extraordinary array of discoveries about all three.

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