C.s. Lewis: Mere Christian

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Midpoint Trade Books Incorporated, Sep 12, 2008 - Literary Criticism - 292 pages
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Compiles a comprehensive study explaining C S Lewis', one of Christendom's greatest thinkers, views on a number of key topics. This book provides an annotated listing of his published works and an appendix surveying Lewis' thoughts on the Christmas holidays.

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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 (2008)

Kathryn Lindskoog was an accomplished teacher of writing who published all her adult life in a variety of magazines and journals and taught at several institutions, including Rancho Santiago College, Biola University, and Fuller Theological Seminary. She was the author of many books, among them The C.S. Lewis Hoax, How to Grow a Young Reader, C.S. Lewis: Mere Christian, The Gift of Dreams, and The Lion of Judah in Never-Never Land.

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