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What are the best non-fiction books by C.S. Lewis?

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    Tyler Murray
    Written on April 15, 2018
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      James Jones
      Written on May 5, 2018
      "C.S Lewis discusses his overall outlook on society in general, saying that we as a whole need to do better in treating one another. This is guidebook for self help. If you want to better yourself and others around you, then you should read this book."
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      Brittany Moreno
      Written on May 10, 2018
      "A Grief Observed is a heartwrenching and deeply introspective novel by C.S. Lewis, most known for the Narnia series. His descriptive and honest account of the loss of his wife can be felt by all."
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      Paul Stevens
      Written on May 7, 2018
      "C.S. Lewis did a wonderful job on this book. The Weight of Glory covers a bunch of sermons delivered during World War II. Lewis is a great Christian writer who covers a lot of practical concerns."
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      Juan Hayes
      Written on May 4, 2018
      "This book is based on Christian beliefs and that why I took interest in it. Lewis summarizes the book showing how we can show love and how it is important into our lives. I was inspired so much by this book. I also like the fact that the book was so easy to read and understand."
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      Gerald Nelson
      Written on May 10, 2018
      "C.S Lewis is a fantastic writer and Mere Christianity ranks among some of his best pieces of work. The book explores the world of Christianity through Lewis' own perspective, using his prior works and radio talk shows as a bank of knowledge."
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      Aaron Bowman
      Written on May 9, 2018
      "The Great Divorce by C.S. Lewis is quite the strange book. It is an allegory for heaven and hell but the way it is framed is marvelous."
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      Howard Nelson
      Written on May 16, 2018
      "I have read a few books from C.S Lewis since i thought that they would be philosophy books but all of them failed me. The more you read Miracles, the more you will get bored about this religious stuff. Religion has nothing to do with these lies."
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      Deborah Armstrong
      Written on May 8, 2018
      "C.S. Lewis wrote from his own personal experience with suffering and pain as well as from a Christian background. For those seeking to salve their pains, this book may offer insight into the source of pain as well as the remedy for it."
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      Richard Pena
      Written on May 17, 2018
      "A must for any fan of the author, his letters to children display his characteristic charm and gentle intelligence. It offers some great insight into the classic Narnia series, as well as the author's thoughts on many other subjects."
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      Joe Hart
      Written on May 11, 2018
      "Surprised by Joy tells the story of world-renowned author C.S. Lewis, detailing not only his early life, but his eventual revelation - that he is no longer an atheist, but a man of God. This is probably a great choice for those interested in learning about C.S. Lewis's life."

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    Best non-fiction books by C.S. Lewis
    Rank Solutions Type Votes Price
    1 The Abolition of Man Books 279 Paid
    2 A Grief Observed Books 256 Paid
    3 The Weight of Glory Books 246 Paid
    4 The Four Loves Books 227 Paid
    5 Mere Christianity Books 222 Paid
    6 The Great Divorce Books 205 Paid
    7 Miracles Books 54 Paid
    8 The Problem of Pain Books 38 Paid
    9 Letters to Children Books 21 Paid
    10 Surprised by Joy Books 5 Paid

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