I think it should be "read" by everyone alive to day
Learning about Love being everywhere and shared by all.
Lewis is incredibly gifted and is able to share his gift with all enjoy and share
To think Lewis and "JRR Tolkein"were friends. It makes me shake.
You can never get a cup of tea large enough or a book long enough to suit me.” ― C.S. Lewis
I think i would have prefered the book without chuck colson's narration. The material was very interesting to me a born again believer but for someone who doesn't believe i wouldn't recommend this book.
Yes. Love is a mystery and Lewis is able to make the subject tangible and relevant. By breaking the concept into distinct categories, he gives the reader ways to enhance their participation and appreciation of this distinctly human experience.
He is knows for his scholarly approach to spiritual topics. His reading brings in the humanity and really makes me wish that there existed more of his recordings.
Realizing that there is a lot to love in this life. I liked his reference to recognizing love in just hearing your dog wag its tail and appreciating the sound of it hitting the floor. In this life, sometimes I miss noticing how much I am surrounded by the things I love because I am too consumed by the demands of the day.
I loved hearing C. S. Lewis reading this excellent book delving into the loves we mortals all experience.
Yes. C. S. Lewis' voice was a pleasure to hear
His voice and intonation
The source of all love is God, and agape love can be involved in the other three
I bought this audio book because it says it is an unabridged version. But it is not true. It is different from the original book. I am very disappointed about the wrong description.
any there are so many great ones
would avoid him reading his own work
my hero looked really bad. terrible reading; pathetically outdated chauvinistic attitude towards women. And many irrelevant interludes by Chuck Colson, whose theology Lewis would have despised
This is a very technical discussion about love. That, in and of itself, would not keep me from liking it. My rating of this book probably had more to do with my expectation.
I thought this was going to be a discussion about what the Bible says about love. Instead, it is more about what the intellectual elite would say about love. Lewis does make some interesting points and gives some good food for thought. And if that is all you want/expect, then you may enjoy the book. But I would warn against going into the book expecting a Biblical explanation of love. He uses the Bible some, but it is very clear that the Bible is not the basis of his conclusions. He does talk about how his conclusions affect love in relation to God. But it feels more like using man’s wisdom to try to explain God’s ways. However, if you are interested in a book about love by an intelligent man with a Christian world view, then this book might do quite well.
This brings me to a small annoyance of the book. Lewis comes across as quite arrogant in parts of the book. That may have turned me off to what he was saying.
I rely heavily on reviews from other readers before I make a purchase. I can't believe that this book has such a high rating. I about fell asleep, it is dreadfully dull.