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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

Discussing Mere Christianity: Our Sense of Right and Wrong

Editor’s Note: In Discussing Mere Christianity, Devin Brown engages in conversation about this seminal work of theological conversation by C. S. Lewis. Enjoy the video and questions for Session 1 on your own or with your Bible study group and share your comments below. Watch the Video: Session 1 of Discussing Mere Christianity Our Sense

It All Began with a Letter

On a frosty February morning in 1941, as England began another year of fighting in the war against Germany, C. S. Lewis turned to the stack of mail on his desk and noticed a letter from a correspondent whose name was unfamiliar to him. “Dear Mr. Lewis,” the writer began, “I address you by name

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