C. S. Lewis uses fictional letters to explore the nature of prayer. In Letters To Malcolm, Chiefly On Prayer, he digs into what prayer is, how it works, and how it should be practiced.
While C. S. Lewis is widely known for The Chronicles of Narnia, he is also well known for apologetic works such as Mere Christianity and The Problem of Pain. In this classic work he combines his strength for storytelling with his gift for explaining his faith in common language.
Join C. S. Lewis as he presents his understanding of the role of prayer in our lives and offers practical ways we might better imagine our relationship with God. Through this collection of fictional letters to a character named Malcolm, readers will consider the basic display of devotion in its form, regularity, and content. Discover ways that prayer reflects our faith and shapes how we believe.