Mere Christianity

C. S. Lewis (2001)

Mere Christianity is one of the world’s most widely read books on the subject of Christianity. It consists of four books which originated as broadcast talks for the BBC during World War II. Amongst other things, Lewis covers the reality of moral law, human sinfulness, the nature and work of Christ, Christian ethics, and the doctrine of the Trinity. Lewis’ goal was to translate theology into language that people could understand. He desired to present “mere Christianity” (i.e. the core doctrines that all Christian traditions and creeds would accept), in a way that made it intelligible in a society where most people no longer grasped the meaning of Christian teaching.

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