Reading Group Starting C.S. Lewis’ “The Screwtape Letters”


After a thoroughly enjoyable discussion of last month’s The Year of Living Biblically – which I think we as a group would heartily recommend to those who have not read it – we turn our attention to one of the foremost Christian authors of the 20th Century, C.S. Lewis.

On Saturday, February 5, we will be discussing The Screwtape Letters, a relatively short work consisting of letters from senior Demon Screwtape to his nephew Wormwood, explaining how to best take advantage of human weaknesses in order to lure souls into sin and damnation. One of his most readable works, The Screwtape Letters should give us plenty to talk about.

As usual we will meet at Panera’s at 9:30 on February 5. Bring your appetites, ideas, and any interested friends.
— Steve Gruenwald

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