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C. S. Lewis & Mere Christianity: The Crisis That Created a Classic develops the circumstances of Lewis’s life and the inner workings of the BBC. It also goes into greater detail about life in the middle of war against Nazi Germany, and Lewis’s series of broadcasts that extended into 1944.

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Pages 240
Format Paperback
Publisher Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.
Publication Date July 1, 2014
ISBN-10 162405322X
ISBN-13 9781624053221
Weight 0.2kg

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Mere Christianity is one of the best books of Christian apologetics ever written. Arguably, no book other than the Bible itself has had as much influence for the cause of the gospel over the past 60 years.

The story of how that message came to be created, during the rigors of World War II in England, is fascinating in and of itself. But it also addresses a very important question: How do we present the gospel effectively to a culture that has Christian foundations but has become largely secularized and ignorant of biblical truth?

C. S. Lewis & Mere Christianity: The Crisis That Created a Classic develops the circumstances of Lewis’s life and the inner workings of the BBC. It also goes into greater detail about life in the middle of war against Nazi Germany, and Lewis’s series of broadcasts that extended into 1944.

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C. S. Lewis & Mere Christianity: The Crisis That Created a Classic (Paul McCusker)

C. S. Lewis & Mere Christianity: The Crisis That Created a Classic (Paul McCusker)

C. S. Lewis & Mere Christianity: The Crisis That Created a Classic develops the circumstances of Lewis’s life and the inner workings of the BBC. It also goes into greater detail about life in the middle of war against Nazi Germany, and Lewis’s series of broadcasts that extended into 1944.