The Wisdom of C. S. Lewisby Brian Sibley
Lewis's wisdom acquired a new relevance in the light of his marriage to Joy Davidman. Filled with sudden and unexpected
C. S. Lewis has become one of the century's most widely read and deeply admired Christian writers. He established this reputation through books, essays and radio talks in which he took a fresh look at the age-old questions of faith and belief.
Lewis's wisdom acquired a new relevance in the light of his marriage to Joy Davidman. Filled with sudden and unexpected love, but cut short by illness and death, it was a relationship in which he endured the same dark fears and deep doubts about which he had written so perceptively.
This collection--arranged under thirty headings to provide daily meditations for a month--draws on those writings as well as his poetry, novels and much-loved children's stories.
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