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The greatest Christian writer of the 20th Century? C.S. Lewis. For decades the most published children’s author, the greatest apologist of the faith in modern times, the master of ancient literature at Cambridge and Oxford, a genius at fantasy writing etc. This daily devotional is the best I have ever owned. It was my steady daily spiritual diet every day for years and worth repeating often. This book formed me spiritually and will do the same for others who apply themselves. Some of his writings are difficult to understand in short contexts, but most are delightful and challenging. Highest rating possible. Check it out!
From Publishers Weekly This book of daily readings, culled from C.S. Lewis’s major nonfiction writings like The Screwtape Letters, Mere Christianity, Miracles and A Grief Observed, might be called the thinking Christian’s devotional: it is deeper and meatier than most other devotionals on the market. With 366 entries (including one for Leap Year) that are typically one or two paragraphs each, Klein has managed to distill some of the most memorable passages from Lewis’s famous corpus. Interestingly, she includes a bit of Lewis trivia for each day of the year, and often pairs the reading with the biographical information: for example, we learn that on March 21, 1957, Lewis married Joy Davidman Gresham, and the entry for that day is about their marriage. Three separate indices list the sources by book, by day and by selection title or theme. Copyright 2003 Reed Business Information, Inc.
A Year with C. S. Lewis: Daily Readings from His Classic Works Hardcover – October 21, 2003 by C. S. Lewis (Author) Review
He is a very thought-provoking writer. It was interesting to know that he was a former atheist who turned into a great Christian writer and teacher. -Read Reviews-
A great daily selection of C.S. Lewis readings! It’s great to be able to read portions of so many of his various books – there was even the pleasant surprise to see that the book had included a reading for February 29th, particularly as I started it during a leap year. It’s a straightforward presentation of readings from C.S. Lewis’ writings without any further commentary or reflection, but the selections provide a great opportunity for reflection by themselves. The Kindle version is easily navigable, both by month and by day. Great little devotional!
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