C.S. Lewis presents an eloquent and colorful defense of Christianity for both devotees and critics . . . in a collection of essays composed over the last twenty years of his life. * On Christianity and culture * On religion — is it reality or substitute? * On ethics * On the Psalms * On the language of religion * On petitionary prayer * And more! "An excellent introduction to the thought and personality of this engaging Christian writer." — Christianity Today
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About C. S. Lewis
C.S. Lewis was an Irish medievalist, author, and amateur theologian equally famous for his Chronicles of Narnia and his Christian apologetics.
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Published by Ballantine Books Feb 12, 1986| 256 Pages| 4-3/16 x 6-7/8| ISBN 9780345328663