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‘He has a quite unique power for making theology an attractive, exciting and fascinating quest.’
Times Literary Supplement
This comprehensive volume contains all of C S Lewis’s best known works of non-fiction. Some of the most outstanding literary achievements of our time and of Christian apologetic writing, this book is a true treasure for any serious library.
Contains: The Problem of Pain, The Screwtape Letters, Screwtape Proposes a Toast,
The Abolition of Man, The Pilgrim’s Regress, Miracles, Mere Christianity, Surprised by Joy, Till We Faces, Reflections of the Psalms, The Four Loves, Prayer: Letters to Malcolm.
Each title a gem, each page a delight to read. Never before have all of C S Lewis’s works of non-fiction been gathered together in one volume. Here finally is the chance to own a library of some of the most loved C S Lewis titles – in one volume.
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Descripción Paperback. Condición: Very Good. The book has been read, but is in excellent condition. Pages are intact and not marred by notes or highlighting. The spine remains undamaged. Nº de ref. del artículo: GOR001906518
Descripción harpercollins harper collins, London, 1999. Blue Cloth. Condición: Fine. Estado de la sobrecubierta: Fine. Second Impression. gilt titles spine; the original (& larger) edition of this volume containing 12 of Lewis' well known Christian titles; "The Four Loves (1960) is based on the scripts for four radio talks broadcast in the United States on the four Greek words for love Storge, Philia, Eros and Agape. Mere Christianity (1952) - the best known and acclaimed of Lewis's theological works originated in four series of radio broadcasts which he gave in 1941-1944. The Problem of Pain (1940) is his first 'straight' work of Christian apologetics. Prayer: Letters to Malcolm (1964) was Lewis's last book in which he corresponds with an imaginary friend on various aspects of prayer. In his Reflections on the Psalms (1958) Lewis shares thoughts on the Psalms which he knew almost by heart through daily attendance at his college chapel. In The Pilgrim's Regress (1933), Lewis's first prose work, he explains in allegory the elusive experience he calls Joy and its part in his conversion. In The Screwtape Letters (1942) an elderly devil writes advising a young devil, Wormwood, who is attempting to procure the soul of a young man; the short piece Screwtape Proposes a Toast (1959) presents Screwtape addressing the annual dinner of the Tempter's Training College for young Devils. Till We have Faces (1956) described by Lewis as the 'favourite of all my books' retells and interprets the story of Cupid and Psyche. The Great Divorce (1945) tells of an imaginary journey from Hell to the borders of Heaven. Surprised by Joy (1955) recounts the story of Lewis's boyhood, schooling and early manhood and how he passed 'from Atheism to Christianity.' In Miracles (1947) Lewis gives a closely-reasoned defence of the supernatural and of miracles of the Bible in particular." 'as new' in unclipped D/J. with no faults; 1382 pages. N.B. this is an extremely thick & heavy book which, together with protective wrapping, takes its weight well above the 1kg. standard quoted rate for post & packing so extra shipping charges will be requested. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Religion & Theology; Christianity; Religion & Theology. ISBN: 0006281338. ISBN/EAN: 9780006281337. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: THG00029. Nº de ref. del artículo: THG00029