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Lewis on the Christian Life: Becoming Truly Human in the Presence of God

Theologians on the Christian Life Series
Written by: Joe Rigney
Narrated by: Sean Runnette
Length: 11 hrs and 54 mins

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The writings of C. S. Lewis have influenced countless Christians over the course of many decades, offering readers intellectually satisfying answers to life's biggest questions and challenging them to walk in faith and obedience.

Mining popular titles such as Mere Christianity and the Chronicles of Narnia, as well as lesser-known works such as Till We Have Faces, The Great Divorce, and the space trilogy, professor Joe Rigney reveals the undercurrents of Lewis's insights that have shaped how his readers view spirituality, sin, and sanctification.

Exploring key themes that run throughout Lewis's diverse literary corpus, Rigney offers listeners a deeper understanding of how Lewis's fascinating insights on the Christian life can lead them to a deeper awareness of God's presence and work in their own lives.

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Powerful CS Lewis commentary

Joe Rigney provides an excellent commentary of the works of CS Lewis. I found myself listening to particular chapters over and over to truly grasp all of the material in them. I appreciate his careful walk as Rigney exposes the reader (listener) into a deeper understanding of one the 20th century's greatest theological writers. I feel the book is a must read for anyone that would happen upon Lewis theological works, his personal writings, or to better understand the Narnia or the space trilogy works for the first time or to truly understand the essence or reasoning for Lewis' thematic writing. I found my interest in Lewis growing as I first listened, then purchasing the book to read. A great addition to my personal library.

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