C. S. Lewis was a professor of classics at Oxford University in Great Britain. He had been an atheist in his youth, but later converted to Christianity. During World War II the Germans were routinely bombing the city of London, an historical event known as the “Blitz”. Terrified Londoners hid in the subway tunnels to escape the blasts. Many were struggling with their faith during this time of great death and duress, so Lewis took to the BBC radio, encouraging Christians in their faith. His messages were so popular, that he later converted them into a book entitled “Mere Christianity”. It is one of the great Christian classics of the 20th century.
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