"The Pilgrim's Guide: C. S. Lewis and the Art of Witness" edited by David Mills

Thursday, 05 Jul 2007

In spite of the flurry of new books on C. S. Lewis, few volumes offer really new insights and succeed in showing the relevance of Lewis's ideas for the issues that face Christians today. David Mills's fine collection is one of these rare exceptions. The focus of Mills's book is witness. It is divided into two sections. "The Character of a Witness" explores what it was about Lewis's life and work that made him an effective witness to orthodox Christianity in a hostile century. "The Work of a Witness" is a ...

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