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C.S. Lewis was a facinating writer.
From a non-Christian POV, I would be surprised if this book made much sense -- so many of the pillars are set on Christian theology, philosophy, and tradition.
In the Problem of Pain, Lewis deals with the difficulty of suffering in a world created by a good and all powerful God.
THIS BOOK WAS DISAPPOINTING, NOT AT ALL WHAT I WAS HOPING FOR! VERY LIMITED ON THE SUBJECT OF PAIN, AND VERY DIFFICULT TO FOLLOW THE AUTHOR'S TRAIN OF THOUGHT. Read morePublished 3 days ago by NANCY
insightful and important... as meaningful now as when it was written decades ago...Published 8 days ago by William J. White
Great book if you want a good answer as to why God is good, but bad things happen.Published 9 days ago by Melissa Chanski
This was purchased as a replacement for a lost book in our church library. CS Lewis is always a great author to have around.Published 22 days ago by Church Librarian