Mere Christianity
by C.S. Lewis

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Mere Christianity is a Christian apologetical book by C.S. Lewis, an Irish-born scholar, novelist, and author.

It was published in 1952 and is based on a series of BBC radio talks Lewis gave during World War II.

The book is a philosophical and theological exploration of Christianity's core beliefs. It argues that there is a fundamental moral law that governs the universe and that Christianity offers the best explanation for this law.

The book consists of four parts:

  1. the first presents Lewis's arguments for the existence of God;
  2. the second contains his defence of Christian theology, including his notable "Liar, lunatic, or Lord" trilemma;
  3. the third has him exploring Christian ethics, among which are cardinal and theological virtues;
  4. in the final, he writes on the Christian conception of God.
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Number of Pages: 1,255
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