Broadcast Talks

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  • Title: Broadcast Talks
  • Author: C.S. Lewis
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  • Page: 268
  • Format: Kindle

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  1. This short, thought provoking and illustration rich text, provides an argued clue to the meaning of the universe in terms of Right and Wrong, as well as a starting point for the reasoning behind Christian faith.I would highly recommend this book to anyone truly investigating the purpose of life It is compelling, honest and relatable.My favourite extracts are Not that men are unselfish, nor that they like being unselfish, but that they ought to be pp 22 We must take it or leave it pp 62


  2. What it must have been like to hear these radio talks in 1942 War rages, and a decent man dares to tell the world about right and wrong, and what a Christian believes This at a time when both sides can claim to call on God, and ruthlessly execute a vicious war with brutal violence Yet these broadcasts are timeless With profound logic, simple simile and creative analogy, CS Lewis builds the case for faith His voice speaks clearly on page, with calm persuasion and court room argument Like a great [...]


  3. A short book, which includes a number of Lewis s radio talks Most of the points given in this book have been reused in his other books such as Mere Christianity However, some of the ways that he explains his points in this book are different, and are, therefore, worth reading For example, he gives a resum of his argument from reason which is found in its most complete form in the book Miracles.


  4. This is a reprint of the first part of Mere Christianity and the whole, I think, of The Case for Christianity It was a good review.