Tuesday, April 17, 2007

Simply Lewis

Touchstone publishes N.T. Wright's reaction upon re-reading C.S. Lewis's Mere Christianity. Wright first came to Lewis as I and many others did:
I owe Lewis a great debt. In my late teens and early twenties I read everything of his I could get my hands on, and read some of his paperbacks and essays several times over. There are sentences, and some whole passages, I know pretty much by heart.

Millions around the world have been introduced to, and nurtured within, the Christian faith through his work where their own preachers and teachers were not giving them what they needed. That was certainly true of me. .... (more)
Wright, himself, has recently published an apologetic work titled Simply Christian.

Touchstone has become one of my favorite Christian magazines. I invariably find several interesting and profitable articles or reviews in each new issue. The magazine also serves as a meeting place for orthodox Christians from various traditions.

Source: Touchstone: Simply Lewis

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