Christian Behaviour

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Christian Behaviour By C.S. Lewis Christian Behaviour from the original dust jacket leaf In Christian Behaviour the noted author of The Screwtape Letters discusses the value of true morality and challenges men to try to live satisfactorily without it The

  • Title: Christian Behaviour
  • Author: C.S. Lewis
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  • Page: 452
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Christian Behaviour By C.S. Lewis from the original dust jacket leaf In Christian Behaviour the noted author of The Screwtape Letters discusses the value of true morality and challenges men to try to live satisfactorily without it The book is based on a series of broadcast talks given recently in England over the B.B.C considerably revised and enlarged It is a companion volume to The Case for Christi from the original dust jacket leaf In Christian Behaviour the noted author of The Screwtape Letters discusses the value of true morality and challenges men to try to live satisfactorily without it The book is based on a series of broadcast talks given recently in England over the B.B.C considerably revised and enlarged It is a companion volume to The Case for Christianity, recently published, which was also based on broadcast talks.Seventy seven thousand copies of this book have already been printed in England where it has been enthusiastically reviewed This book is packed with intelligence, says the News Chronicle, for example, and the English press has been uniformly favorable.Readers of The Screwtape Letters will welcome this new book by the same author.
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    1. Kent Raymond on said:

      My third CS Lewis book in as many months Lucky for me another short volume as the philosophical, moral and ethical based content makes for ponderous reading and review I give this three stars Published in 1943, the social norms and examples of the time make it dated But mostly because it was over ambitious in attempting to cover too much territory As a result, it was not as profound and as complete of a treatment as the one subject of love in Four Loves and the narrow scope treated in Beyond Per [...]

    2. Josep Marti on said:

      Having come back to these essays for the second time has been an amazing experience In a very short book, Lewis is able to summarize the Christian life and to explore both the difficulties and the rewards it brings.

    3. Melanie on said:

      Het interessante onderwerp over karakterontwikkeling en moraal Eerste non fictie boek dat ik van C.S Lewis lees buiten Narnia Het zien van parallellen tussen Narnia en zijn visie op moraal ethiek en de wereld Het einde leek ook een beetje op het einde van het laatste boek van Narnia en was ook mooi Sommige stukken zijn verrassend actueel Er stonden mooie quotes en doordenkertjes in Vond het hoofdstuk over Pride ook best wel een eye opener Hij gebruikt goede voorbeelden om zijn visie uit te legge [...]

    4. Angela Blount on said:

      My second favorite of the works from the essay collection that makes upMere Christianity One of the marks of a certain type of bad man is that he cannot give up a thing himself without wanting every one else to give it up In the process of writing something distinctly apologetic, Lewis is decidedlyunapologeticin his explanations of the key Christian doctrines and directives regarding social morality He acknowledges the strident lack of popularity certain teachings have amid the culture of his ti [...]

    5. Greta on said:

      I thought this little book was actually quite good, very informative, and excellent advice His take on what it means to be a Christian is quite different from the usual behaviour we see modeled by those who most loudly profess to be paragons of virtue I don t profess to be a Christian myself, but I would consider this book to be one of many valuable references for how to best to live the life of a bodhisattva.

    6. Eli on said:

      Lewis s reflections on morality are timeless, but his reflections on theology are very poor and should be read with caution and discernment He himself admitted that he was not a theologian, and so readers of Lewis should read with their eyes opened to that fact.

    7. Q Miles on said:

      love, in the Christian sense, does not mean an emotion It is a state not of the feelings but of the will

    8. Justin Poe on said:

      I bought an original second printing of this book from 1944 Classic C.S Lewis thoughts on Christian living A small book of 70 pages that I believe was originally given in weekly addresses.

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