August 27, 2020

Reviewed by Kylie N.

“The Screwtape letters” is a book where C.S Lewis plays the devil’s advocate and tries to tempt a man away from God. It takes place during WWII and so there are references to old quotes/literature that make some parts of this book difficult to understand. But through the letters, C.S Lewis makes readers aware that the devil is constantly trying to keep them away from God through distractions. All in all, this book is unique since it provides a different point of view compared to other Christian books and present good points throughout.

 

Tags: cs lewis, Fiction, kylie n

 


*Disclaimer: Individual reviews are the reviewer’s own personal opinions and may not necessarily represent Mennonite Brethren doctrine or be in accordance with the Mennonite Brethren Statement of Faith (https://www.mennonitebrethren.ca/mb-convictions/the-mb-confession-of-faith-detailed-edition/).

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