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Taken in from a miscellany of sources, the essays were planned to meet a variety of indigence, and among other attainments, they function to illustrate the many different angles. Here Lewis comes up to himself both to theological questions and to those who termed as “semi-theological,” or ethical.
What makes this book stand out?
The composition is deep, rich, practical and provocative. A really good collection of theological and some sociological essays on a variety of subjects related to Christianity.
Read it for
A collection of essays and letters by Lewis cannot be found almost anywhere.
Don't read it for
This collection of essays and interviews is dry, dull and at times repetitious.