Mere Christianity is a religious book written by C. S. Lewis. In the book, Lewis discusses Christian theology and defends it against objections. He also argues for the existence of God and the unity of Christianity despite its many denominations.
For who is this book for ?
This book is for anyone who wants to learn about Christianity and the arguments Lewis has in favor of it. It would be especially useful for those who are interested in converting to Christianity or who are struggling with their faith.
- Lewis is a very clear and concise writer, making this book easy to read
- Provides a strong defense of Christianity against objections
- Argues for the existence of God in an intelligent and persuasive way
- The author’s religious beliefs may not be shared by all readers.
- The book is dense and may be difficult for some people to read.
- Some of the arguments presented in the book are complex.
Learn more about the author
C.S. Lewis was born in Belfast, Ireland on November 29th 1898 and raised in a Protestant home. He became one of the most influential Christian writers of our time– penning more than 35 books including The Screwtape Letters, The Chronicles Of Narnia, and Mere Christianity. He died in Oxford England on November 22nd 1963 at age 65.
“Mere Christianity is an apologetic work by C. S. Lewis, defending the Christian faith against objections.”
“I read Mere Christianity a few years ago and found it one of the most helpful religious books I have ever come across. Lewis has a knack for taking complex theological concepts and making them easy to understand without watering them down. If you are looking for an introduction to Christianity or simply want to better understand its teachings, this is the book for you.”
“Mere Christianity is Lewis at his finest. He provides a clear, concise, and compelling case for the Christian faith that is both intellectually satisfying and spiritually enriching.”