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Mere Christianity by C.S. Lewis
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Apr 07, 2012

it was amazing
bookshelves: theology
Read in January, 1979

Originally delivered as a series of radio addresses for the British people during WWII, this has become the modern classic of basic Christian theology. It is a must-read for anybody who is even remotely interested in Christianity, even as an adversary, because it explains the core concepts of the religion in a clear, accessible, entertaining, and intellectually satisfying manner. While this was being broadcast Lewis was the second most familiar voice in British households (Churchill was 1st); he is now the most popular Christian writer in America.

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