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How to be a Christian: Reflections & Essays by C.S. Lewis (Paperback)

How to be a Christian: Reflections & Essays by C.S. Lewis (Paperback)
From the revered teacher and best-selling author of such classic Christian works as Mere Christianity and The Screwtape Letters comes a collection that gathers the best of C. S. Lewis's practical advice on how to embody a Christian life.
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ISBN/EAN: 9780008307172
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Publisher: HarperCollinsPublishers
Author: C. S. Lewis
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How to Be a Christian brings together the best of Lewis's insights on Christian practice and its expression in our daily lives. Cultivated from his many essays, articles, and letters, as well as his classic works. From the revered teacher and best-selling author of such classic Christian works as Mere Christianity and The Screwtape Letters comes a collection that gathers the best of C. S. Lewis's practical advice on how to embody a Christian life. The most famous adherent and defender of Christianity in the twentieth century, C. S. Lewis has long influenced our perceptions and understanding of the faith. More than fifty years after his death, Lewis's arguments remain extraordinarily persuasive because they originate from his deep insights into the Christian life itself. Only an intellectual of such profound faith could form such cogent and compelling reasons for its truth. The real substance of the Christian faith is in the world of action, since Christian faith becomes real when it is lived out. It is also true that Christians need to grapple with doctrines as we soon learn that we are empowered by Jesus to live in a new way, Understanding these doorways requires us to start walking in order for the ideas to have any meaning. By provoking readers to more carefully ponder their faith, How to Be a Christian can help readers forge a deeper understanding of their personal beliefs and what is means to be a Christian, and strengthen their profound relationship with God. This book presents 15 chapters (reflections, essays) on various aspects of Christian living and the truths (doctrines) that make it possible for us to behave in the way that reflects God's presence in our lives. They are the source through which God transforms us into being like Christ. The final chapter is entitled On practical matters on being a Christian today, and Lewis answers 17 questions put to him. The book concludes with source works. In188pp.
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