Saturday, January 10, 2009

C. S. Lewis and the Gospel

What prompted an atheistic prig (his word) to become a Christian gentleman? The Good News of Jesus Christ! Once C.S. Lewis discovered that Christianity was Good News, he wanted to share it with others. His expression of the "bottom line" - the ground on which all who have faith in Jesus Christ can agree - has been preserved in Mere Christianity.

If you've never read it, it may surprise you with its clarity. If you've read it several times, there will be much for you to discover in our discussions. Either way you'll grow and receive some insight to share with others.

Text: Mere Christianity by C.S. Lewis

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