C.S. Lewis in this book explains how he became a Christian and his views on how Christians should live and interact with the rest of the world.
His turn from being an atheist to becoming a Christian is fascinating to me, for he involved all his knowledge and logic to debate with himself that God doesn't even exist, only to come to the conclusion that not only is there a God, but that Jesus Christ is his Son and Saviour of the world.
His simple comparisons to everyday functions and duties each of us perform for our families or our jobs make his explanations of how to live the Christian life very plain.
I recommend this book to both Christians and non-Christians. As Lewis put it, you cannot simply look at Christ as a great teacher or philosopher; He doesn't allow it. Once you understand Jesus Christ you only have two choices: to dismiss Him as a raving insane lunatic, or to bow down and worship Him as the Saviour of the world.
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