THE WEIGHT OF GLORY by C.S. Lewis

THE WEIGHT OF GLORY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The name of C.S. Lewis will no doubt attract many readers to this volume, for he has won a splendid reputation by his brilliant writing. These sermons, however, are so abstruse, so involved and so dull that few of those who pick up the volume will finish it. There is none of the satire of the Screw Tape Letters, none of the practicality of some of his later radio addresses, none of the directness of some of his earlier theological books.
Pub Date: June 15th, 1949
ISBN: 0060653205
Page count: 212pp
Publisher: Macmillan
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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15th, 1949




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