Using allegoric narrative, stinging satire, reasoned insight, and his signature wealth of compassion, C. S. Lewis wrote highly entertaining and deeply illuminating essays and books of popular theology that revealed the shared beliefs of Christianity and explored the nature of good and evil. This collection of four of his most imaginative and intelligent works displays a scintellating brilliance that remains strikingly fresh and confirms C. S. Lewis's reputation as one of the leading writers and thinkers of our or any age.
This unabridged collection includes:
- Problem of Pain, read by James Simmons
- Screwtape Letters, read by Joss Ackland
- Great Divorce, read by Robert Whitfield
- Mere Christianity, read by Geoffrey Howard
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