Mere Christianity by CS Lewis is well worth reading. It is the product of a series of radio talks delivered by CS Lewis in the days of WWII. In his typical, philosophical way, Lewis challenges his listeners to think deeply about Christianity.
This is a collection of clever ‘doodles’ helping to deliver the content in a creative, imaginative, and engaging way. Not all of CS Lewis’ BBC talks are completed. They are here arranged per chapter section and number in the printed book.
Chapter 1 – The Law of Human Nature
Chapter 3 – The Reality of the Law
Chapter 4 – What Lies Behind the Law
Chapter 5 – We have Cause to be Uneasy
Chapter 1 – The Rival Conceptions of God
Chapter 2 – The Invasion
Chapter 3 – The Shocking Alternative
Chapter 5 – The Practical Conclusion
Chapter 1 – The Three Parts of Morality
Chapter 2 – The ‘Cardinal Virtues’
Chapter 5 – Sexual Morality
Chapter 6 – Christian Marriage
Chapter 1 – Making and Begetting
Chapter 3&11 – Time and Beyond Time/The New Man