C. S. Lewis
This powerful and practical book is one of the most beloved and popular introductions to the Christian faith ever written. It gathers C. S. Lewis' legendary radio talks, in which he set out to "explain and defend the beliefs common to almost all Christians." Without denominational boundaries, Lewis offers a strong and rational argument for the Christian faith that is both timeless and relevant to modern readers. This book is a testament to Lewis' reputation as one of the most important writers and thinkers of our time and has sold millions of copies worldwide.