Thursday, August 8, 2013

Mere Christianity by C.S. Lewis

The following are links to the audio or text of the classic book Mere Christianity by C.S. Lewis. To say this is a classic is an understatement. Here's a link to Wikipedia's article on the book:

1. C.S. Lewis uses the enigmatic abbreviation "H.C.F." Some interpret it to mean "Holy Catholic Faith" while others "Highest Common Factor." Lewis uses "H.C.F." in the third chapter of The Abolition of Man: "What is now common to all men is a mere abstract universal, an H.C.F...." From both contexts, it seems Lewis would most likely mean "Highest Common Factor."



Audiobook on YouTube
(version 2)


(version 3)


The only surviving audio of C.S. Lewis' original radio broadcasts on which the book Mere Christianity was based. HERE

Text of the book Mere Christianity




Wikipedia's Article on the book Mere Christianity

Why 'Mere Christianity' Should Have Bombed:

A C.S. Lewis Factsheet
Why Evangelicals need to be discerning while reading C.S. Lewis

Here's a link to C.S. Lewis' sermon "The Weight of Glory"
I HIGHLY RECOMMEND this sermon for anyone. Including non-Christians.

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