Mere Christianity

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Mere Christianity[1] is often described as a good book for an unbeliever to read if he is seeking to establish a rational basis for belief first in God, second in religion and thence in Christianity. The book is adapted from a series of radio lectures by C.S. Lewis author of the Chronicles of Narnia. These were originally broadcast by the BBC in 1943 while Lewis taught at Oxford University. [2]

  1. Lewis, C. S. (2001). Mere Christianity: a revised and amplified edition, with a new introduction, of the three books, Broadcast talks, Christian behaviour, and Beyond personality. [San Francisco]: HarperSanFrancisco. ISBN 0-06-065292-6. 
  2. The only surviving footage of C.S. Lewis's broadcast talk