Letters To The Church Audiobook
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Letters To The Church Audiobook
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Letters To The Church Audiobook By Francis Chan
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Item 6 Letters to the Church – Paperback by Chan, Francis – Very Good Letters to the Church – Paperback by Chan, Frances – Very Good Over the weekend while searching for a new audiobook, I found The Screwtape Letters was one of the highest rated! I made a deal through Google for a free audiobook. And while I’m still leaning toward the 45-hour “It’s” novel, I remember I got the book.
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Here is a brief description from Screw’s notes: In a brief introduction, CS Lewis says he discovered the Screwtape message packet somewhere, but won’t say how he was able to identify it. The reader warns that Screwtape is a demon, and therefore Screwtape’s version of events should not be taken as the truth. Then the messages begin. In these books, Scrutap advises his nephew, Wormwood, how best to lure a British man, called only “sick,” into sin and, eventually, to Hell. Wormwood is an inexperienced demon who has attended a training college to help prepare him for tempting humans to fall into sin. However, Skotepe complains that this college taught nothing of Wormwood due to its incompetent principal, Slobjob. Through the second letter, readers learn that the patient has converted to Christianity and has begun to go to church. The patient is likely to be in his mid-30s, living with and caring for his old mother.
This quote stuck to me when I started re-reading it. He has written to Wormwood about how to deal with a new Christian. How to help create a distraction while worshiping or in a church building. He writes to Wormwood to urge the new Christian to focus on others so they can be distracted.
“All you have to do next is to get off his mind the question ‘If, as what I am, I can consider myself a Christian in some sense, why should the vices of these people in the next seat prove that their religion is mere hypocrisy and erudition?”
This collection of imaginative and eye-opening messages can reveal who we are to ourselves as well as reveal some of the tactics the enemy uses against us. Check out the book by clicking the link here