Listen to "Mere Christianity" by C.S. Lewis
A Collection of All Chapters on Audio
C.S. Lewis’ book Mere Christianity began as a series of radio addresses in England during World War II. Those broadcasts were eventually compiled into the book Mere Christianity, which is still quite popular. Years ago, interested in the work’s audio origin, but unsure how to hear it, I decided to record myself reading the book.
This is a non-standard type of “article” for me, more like a collection. Below is a list of links to listen to the entire book. And in each chapter, I offered some Bible references and explanations, for example, “mere” in the title doesn’t mean “insignificant,” rather Lewis meant “simple,” as in “the basics of Christianity.” An audio book with minor sporadic commentary, if you will:
These are also collected as a series here.