Case For Christ (C.S Lewis)
Perhaps best known for his Chronicles of Narnia and The Screwtape Letters, Lewis wrestled in all his writings with the ultimate questions of life – God, evil, the meaning of life and the person of Jesus.In this book, Art Lindsley explores the difficult issues of faith that Lewis faced squarely with his formidable intellectual gifts. Aren’t all religions just humanly invented myths? Doesn’t evil in the world indicate an absence of any personal or loving God? Why should what is true for you be true for me, especially when it comes to religion? How can anyone claim that one religion is right? Why follow Jesus if he was just another good moral teacher?