Saturday, September 6, 2008

Is Mere Christianity Still Relevant?

Here's a link to a short article I wrote for the official C.S. Lewis blog sponsored by Harper Collins: "Mere Christianity: Relic or Relevant?"

Published in 1952, Mere Christianity by C.S. Lewis began its life as a series of radio talks first aired between 1941 and 1944 on the BBC. The book covers a lot of ground ranging from a moral argument for the existence of God to Christian ethics to theology and more.

But are ideas that appeared almost seven decades ago still relevant today? Is Mere Christianity a strange relic or does it retain contemporary relevance?

Read the rest of my article here.

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