The Visionary Christian: 131 Readings from C. S. Lewis

VISIONARY CHRISTIAN Culled from some of C.S Lewis s finest fiction and poetry, this collection of writings explores the eternal truths of Christianity in the accessible language of allegory, fairy tales, dream visions, and science fiction From his children s classic The Chronicles of Narnia to the wisdom of Screwtape on marriage, democracy, and heaven, Lewis s literary iVISIONARY CHRISTIAN Culled from some of C.S Lewis s finest fiction and poetry, this collection of writings explores the eternal truths of Christianity in the accessible language of allegory, fairy tales, dream visions, and science fiction From his children s classic The Chronicles of Narnia to the wisdom of Screwtape on marriage, democracy, and heaven, Lewis s literary imagination and extraordinary insight into the universe and God remain vivid and relevant for all times The Visionary Christian is testimony to a true man of faith who continues to provide comfort and understanding to Christians around the world.
The Visionary Christian Readings from C S Lewis VISIONARY CHRISTIAN Culled from some of C S Lewis s finest fiction and poetry this collection of writings explores the eternal truths of Christianity in the accessible language of allegory fairy tal

  • Title: The Visionary Christian: 131 Readings from C. S. Lewis
  • Author: C.S. Lewis Chad Walsh
  • ISBN: 9780684823867
  • Page: 159
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “The Visionary Christian: 131 Readings from C. S. Lewis”

    1. This book of excerpts from C.S. Lewis' other fictional writings may be great if you have already read those, but I need context. I had a hard time with it.

    2. This is a look at many aspects of the human condition through excerpts of CS Lewis's fantasy and sci-fi writings.It gives you just enough of a taste to want to read the entire books this book samples from. be careful;)

    3. A good plate of God's heart in snack form. Food for thought some would do well to eat now and then. C.S. Lewis is always amazing!

    4. I can't read this anymore I need to read the full texts. I get just a taste and then it's over. I'm starting with the chronicles, but I know I'll have to choose some straight up C.S. Lewis theology to read along with the fantasies. I just can't choose where to start so many selections!

    5. Once upon a time, KU paid me to go to school. I could have saved money to buy a house. Or fed a lot of people. Instead, I bought books. Including books consisting almost entirely of excerpts of other books which I already owned. Good thing the story doesn't end here!

    6. C.S. Lewis just doesn't translate well into short snippets. This book was hard to stay interested in.

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