Mere Christianity

This is one of those books which, each time I read it, causes my soul to
vibrate sympathetically with the sheer truth of it. C.S. Lewis manages to
steer a good course through some potentially treacherous waters, focusing on
the essentials of what constitutes Christian faith, as well as offering up
one of the best apologies in print for God’s existence based on the presence
of moral standards. (It was parts of this book that inspired the thinking
for [Moral Relativism and Howard Stern->].) It’s interesting to me to note
that, though Lewis is much beloved by the conservative Christian
sub-culture, he’s actually theologically to the left of where they as a
group stand.