Author Archives: C. S. Lewis

A Liar, a Lunatic, or the Son of God

A Liar, a Lunatic, or the Son of God

  Editor’s note: C. S. Lewis was arguably the 20th century’s most influential Christian writer. Today’s selection is from his classic work Mere Christianity and is featured in The C.S. Lewis Bible as a devotional reading within the book of Mark. Enjoy this reading, which highlights one of Lewis’s most thought-provoking apologetic insights… and learn

God’s Remedies: What God Did For Us After the Fall

And what did God do? First of all He left us conscience, the sense of right and wrong: and all through history there have been people trying (some of them very hard) to obey it. None of them ever quite succeeded. Secondly, He sent the human race what I call good dreams: I mean those

Discipleship: Christ Wants YOU

Mere Christianity, by C. S. Lewis, Book IV, Chapter 8 The ordinary idea which we all have before we become a Christian is this. We take as a starting point our ordinary self with its various desires and interests. We then admit that something else – call it “morality” or “decent behavior” or “the good

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