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This book is a collection of different addresses delivered by Lewis. It’s more like a collection of essays on different, though somewhat connected, topics. Many well-known quotes come from this book. His approach is more philosophical than theological. Many have written about different errors with Lewis, and he certainly has those. He demonstrates a great ability of reason and expression. These make Lewis an author worth reading. I have found there is something to learn from him even when he is wrong, or, at least I should say, when I disagree.