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The Screwtape Letters: Letters from a Senior to a Junior Devil
~C. S. Lewis
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Media: Paperback
ISBN/ASIN : 0006280609
Manufacturer : Fount
Release data : 02 February, 1998

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    1 star1 star1 star1 star1 star    Screwy Screwtape

    C.S. Lewis has a gift for making complex concepts of God and man and making them understandable, this is an absolute must for anyone looking to expand their mind in the area of Christian life.

    But it is also a really entertaining read for any person who doesn't object to engaging their mind just a little bit.

    Read and enjoy.



    1 star1 star1 star1 star1 star    Demons make the best moralists

    This is an imaginative tour de force, full of humour and goodness. For a book of informal moral psychology, teaching on human vice and virtue and their part in human well-being, the form is very original. We have before us a series of letters from one senior devil to his nephew, a tempter lower in the infernal lowerarchy, written with subtlety but with crystalline lucidity as well.
    The subject of the book is not only morality in the sense of good and evil, but the 'moral' in the sense of the human person, its integrity and well-being. And because of this one does not need to read this work beside Lewis' 'Mere Christianity' (as believers really should), but can enjoy the fiction or allegory while at the same time revelling in wonderfully rendered insights into the human soul or mind.
    This work not only teaches but it entertains, and it does both simultaneously without letting the one impinge on the other. It is Lewis' answer to Chesterfield's letters. A joy to read.



    1 star1 star1 star1 star1 star    Gets better every time I read it!

    No matter how many times I read this book I get a fresh insight into human spirituality. It's one of those slim little books that one can read in a flash, over and over. However, after the first reading I found that all subsequent readings had me dwelling over single paragraphs or even sentences, thinking of my own life as a "patient"! A must read for people of all creeds and none. A work of outstanding insight into the human spirit.


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