“More or less by accident, the worlds of broadcasting and publishing have created one of the literary marvels of Christianity. It’s a book called Mere Christianity, by C. S. Lewis, the scholar who became famous by writing the seven fantasy novels that make up the Chronicles of Narnia. Lewis died in 1963 but Narnia keeps him alive in the children’s section of bookstores. Mere Christianity keeps him equally current among religious teachers and students.
Christianity Today, a magazine for Evangelicals, called him “the Aquinas, the Augustine” of his time. A poll of American teachers chose Mere Christianity as the most influential religious book of the 20th century. Lewis is often described as a master of Christian “apologetics,” meaning the vindication of the faith.” For complete article, click here.