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Mere Christianity

Mere Christianity is one of those books you hear about frequently, but really have to read to appreciate. While I certainly don’t agree with all of Lewis’ theology on several key points, for the most part I found this a practical and enjoyable read. The… Continue Reading …

The Lamb and the Führer: Jesus Talks With Hitler

What would Hitler say to Jesus—and Jesus to Hitler? In The Lamb and the Führer, Ravi Zacharias imagines their conversation a few minutes after Hitler’s suicide. A bit further on, another famous man joins the dialogue, the German pastor Dietrich Bonhoeffer who was executed for a… Continue Reading …

Surprised by Joy

C. S. Lewis’s Surprised By Joy is subtitled “The Shape of My Early Life,” and is mainly about his childhood and young adulthood. In this spiritual autobiography Lewis traces the slow hand of God moving in the events and influences of his young life, through his atheism… Continue Reading …

The Abolition of Man

In this slim volume of three essays, C. S. Lewis makes the argument for what he calls the Tao, “the doctrine of objective value, the belief that certain attitudes are really true, and others really false, to the kind of thing the universe is and the… Continue Reading …

A Christian Manifesto

A Christian Manifesto by Francis Schaeffer is a book to ponder and reread. Though his style is simple, Schaeffer’s subject is one with far-reaching consequences for every Christian. How are we to live in a culture that is increasingly hostile toward the Christian worldview? What kind… Continue Reading …

Is God just a Human Invention? And 17 Other Questions Raised by Atheists

In this book, authors Sean McDowell and Jonathan Morrow use the arguments of Richard Dawkins, Sam Harris, Christopher Hitchens, and other prominent atheists as the jumping-off point to discuss questions of God’s existence, Christian morality, science, evolution/creationism, history, Scripture, and more. The style is engaging… Continue Reading …