A behind-the-scenes look at four remarkable BBC radio broadcasts and the enthusiasm they generated during the bombing of London. Lewis explores what nearly all Christians at all times held in common. These talks then became the basis for his best-selling work of apologetics, Mere Christianity. 336 pages, hardcover. HarperSanFrancisco.
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Date:November 18, 2009
c.s. lewis in a time of war is a very remarkable book. the arthur justin phillips has done a very remarkable job documenting how this great inspriationational writer was a broadcaster during the second world war and how his broadcasts gave hope and inspiration to countless britians who were living under the threat of death day in and day out. this bestseller looks into c.s. lewis many bbc radio inspirational bradcasts that would lead to his many classics such as mere christianity.great gift idea for a friend or family member