In my quest to read every book in the universe this year (perhaps I’m exaggerating, perhaps not), I’ve been reading Mere Christianity by C.S. Lewis.
Sometimes I wonder why certain books and authors remain favorites over the course of decades or centuries. But the answer really isn’t that difficult to discern. The reason that certain books are just as relevant today as they were when they were written is they are full of timeless truth. C.S. Lewis’ works, particularly his theological writings like Mere Christianity, address humanity’s state before, and relationship with, God in a way that is no less frank today than it was more than 60 years ago when first penned.
Take these words on human sexuality, for example: [Read more…] about Timeless Truth: Mere Christianity