by C. S. Lewis
In BriefDuring World War II, C.S. Lewis gave a series of celebrated radio talks explaining the basic tenets of Christianity. Out of those talks was born this book, one of the strongest and most approachable defences of Christianity ever published. In it, Lewis tackles some of the hardest theological questions: free will, grace, and good and evil. And he makes a rational case for Christianity that confirms his reputation as a brilliant writer and thinker.
Why you should read it"Mere Christianity" is enjoyable, mentally stimulating, and spiritually challenging. Christians will find their spirits lifted by Lewis's discussion of Biblical concepts they hold dear. And non-Christians should, at the very least, come away with increased respect for Christianity as a religion not only of faith but also of the intellect.