"Lewis struck me as the most thoroughly converted man I have ever met. Christianity for him was not a separate compartment of life...his whole vision of life was such that the natural and the supernatural seemed inseparably combined." Such are the words of Walter Hooper and seem apt for this this book which are a handful of essays that are profound and of a clarity that are a joyful exercise for the mind, heart, and soul.They are written with imagination and fidelity to the biblical faith. A must for a bookshelf that has a heart for Christian apologetics.
One of this century's greatest writers of fact, fiction, and fantasy explores, in utterly beautfiul terms, questions of faith in the modern world: On the experience of miracles; On silence and religious belief; On the assumed conflict between work and prayer, and much more.
C. S. Lewis was an Irish medievalist, author, and amateur theologian equally famous for his Chronicles of Narnia and his Christian apologetics.