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By C. S. Lewis
"He believed that such difficulties had at the very least crucial solutions and set out like a hound at the smell of a fox to discover them. He loved solutions greater than questions." – from the Preface
C.S. Lewis believed within the absolute common sense of religion; his books, letters, and essays established the immutability of faith in his lifestyles. This assortment mines their pages to convey out a few of his crucial classes and to show off the subjects that supplied the root for his philosophy: the character of guy, the ethical international, Sin, The Christian dedication, Love and intercourse, Hell and Heaven, and others. His preoccupations produced inspiring literature that was once occasionally whimsical, frequently provocative, and consistently emotionally compelling. right here, then, is an anthology to come to back and again—whenever we so much desire knowledge, perception into how most sensible to strive against with a selected problem, or just the type of unforeseen standpoint Lewis consistently provides.
"Lewis's remorseless pursuit of readability, his excessive ethical predicament, [and] the ordinary hue of fable, faerie, and Eden which informs all his paintings . . . those are the following, and in share to how one might locate them if one have been to learn each Lewis ever published." —New York instances ebook Review
"A entire reminder of the wit, realizing, braveness, ideas, and prejudices of 1 of the nice lay preachers of our time."—Times Literary Supplement
C. S. (Clive Staples) Lewis (1898-1963), one of many nice writers of the 20th century, additionally remains to be one in every of our such a lot influential Christian thinkers. He wrote greater than thirty books, either renowned and scholarly, together with The Chronicles of Narnia sequence, The Screwtape Letters, The 4 Loves, Mere Christianity, and stunned through pleasure.
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