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Bill5 Stars Out Of 5Great read!January 15, 2020BillThis book is excellent for any science fiction lover!
Fr,Ed5 Stars Out Of 5Christian Fiction at it's bestJanuary 10, 2020Fr,EdThis is the second time of reading the trilogy, this time in a better place. Lewis' words describe life in ways that teases the mind into wondering about reality, fact or fiction. But as a Christian, The reality of the Enemy seems more real as God is seen real.
Michael5 Stars Out Of 5A theological treat for the mindApril 26, 2019MichaelQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Having read "That Hideous Strength" decades ago and found it the best fiction i ever read in my 70+ years, i determined to read the two other books in the trilogy. It was a good decision. Although interrelated, all 3 books can stand alone. There is a treasure of rich theological insight in Perelandra born of a lifetime of Biblical study and Christian faith and experience. The reader may find many a time where a vague notion has been confirmed and explained by the story. So abundant are these experiences that betimes a pause and meditation seem mandated before continuing.
Bill5 Stars Out Of 5Great thought provoking booksApril 15, 2019BillQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I read these book in the 1960's as as middle-school unbeliever who liked sci-fi. Decided to read again with the eye of a 67 year old, 50 year Christian. The Christian doctrines that are covered in his fictional format is astounding. The first two books in basic salvation issues, the third is much deeper in exploring what has become the modern progressive movement. Just took a free on-line course at Hillsdale College about Lewis. I highly recommend it.
JohnK5 Stars Out Of 5Lewis' Space TrilogyMarch 17, 2019JohnKQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Fascinating view of many of C. S. Lewis' thoughts and beliefs on Medieval myth and cosmology. There are glimmers of Mere Christianity and some ideas represented in The Screwtape Letters (especially in That Hideous Strength). I was surprised to learn Out of the Silent Planet dates from 1938. Some ideas are a bit unorthodox based on Lewis' education and background, but these present food for thought and hours of pleasant reflection, I found it delightful reading,