The most trusted study guide to learning Mere Christianity
Reading Mere Christianity by C.S. Lewis should not be difficult but rather a rewarding, life-changing experience. And it can be with the Mere Christianity Study Guide This easy-to-understand workbook digs deep into each chapter and in turn into Lewis's thoughts transforming you into an expert on this apologetics classic.
Mere Christianity Study Guide is perfect for book clubs, church groups, and independent study. This comprehensive Bible study workbook includes daily study questions relative to each of the twelve sessions. For small-group flexibility, multiple week format options make it is easy to lay down the study and pick it back up at a later date.
An easy-to-read appendix and commentary are included providing deeper insights into each chapter as well as Scripture references to reinforce biblical concepts. To help with those more difficult discussion questions, a complete Answer Guide is available for free online.
The Mere Christianity Study Guide includes:
- Twelve sessions of study with multi-week options included
- Comprehensive Bible study workbook with five daily studies per week C
- omplete appendix and commentary to go deeper
- Bible study questions that are ideal for group discussion
- Answer Guide for all questions available for free online
- Perfect for book clubs, small groups, or individual Bible study
- Available in print or e-book formats
Take a deeper dive into the book that has helped shape the way millions of Christians think and speak as well as setting the standard for defending Christianity to a postmodern world. There's no better tool for making that happen than with the Mere Christianity Study Guide
I recommend the book for all who take their faith seriously and want to grow to be all they can be in Christ.
Jerry Root PhD, Editor of The Quotable C.S. Lewis
Consulting Editor of The C.S. Lewis Study Bible
About the Author
Steven Urban graduated from the University of California with a degree in Psychobiology before going on to receive his medical doctorate at New York Medical College. He completed his residency training in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Johns Hopkins and was awarded an NIH Fellowship in Stroke Research at the University of Maryland. Today he is a double-board certified Physiatric Interventional Pain Specialist. He lives with his wife and in Atlanta, Georgia. Steve who is a native of Southern California, was not raised in a Christian home. While attending UCLA, his life was "interrupted" by a sensation he had never experienced before or even knew human beings could experience. Had that been the end of it, the sensation may have been dismissed as a mere fluke or some twist of the brain, but the sensation returned again and again. As a Psychobiology undergraduate student, he began to search out what caused these sensations. Along with his scientific inquires he also began to read histories, biographies, and treatises on psychology, world religions and theology. He even traveled overseas and spent time in a Tibetan monastery in Nepal. Eventually Steve read a book written by a man which would forever change his life. The man was C.S. Lewis and in his Surprised by Joy, Steve discovered a person who experienced his same sensations, yet did not forsake the use of reason and rational inquiry. The book was the final instrument that led to Steve's realization that Christ was who He claimed to be. After the four years leading to his conversion, Steve sought out several people and sources to help him deepen his relationship with Christ. Here again C.S. Lewis proved to be an invaluable guide. In Mere Christianity, Steve found a wonderful expression of Romans 1-8 leading the believer from compatibility to intimacy with Christ.