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The Screwtape Letters by C.S. Lewis, first published in book form in 1942, comprises thirty-one letters written by a senior devil, Screwtape, to his obstreperous and incompetent nephew, Wormwood, a “young fiend.” The subject of the correspondence is a human being, newly converted to Christianity, whom Screwtape refers to as “the patient.” In this humorous and perceptive exchange between two devils, C. S. Lewis delves into moral questions about good vs. evil, temptation, repentance, and grace. Through this wonderful tale, the reader emerges with a better understanding of what it means to live a faithful life.
Join us in a lively discussion of this satirical Christian novel.