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… Read more »

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… Read more »

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… Read more »

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… Read more »