By Readers of The Lewis Legacy

The Lewis Legacy-Issue 69, Summer 1996 The C.S. Lewis Foundation for Truth in Publishing

Companions for the Soul: A yearlong journey of miracles, prayers, and epiphanies. edited by Robert R. Hudson and Shelley Townsend-Hudson (Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 1995). Hard cover with ribbon marker, 366 classic Christian readings, $17.99.

“These devotional insights are the true treasures of our heritage — earthy, loving, celestial, sweet, deep, and holy. The Hudsons have a rich knowledge of the great cloud of witnesses which surrounds us, faithful Christians of the years and the centuries past, writers of power and powerful faith.”

The Jesus I Never Knew by Philip Yancey (Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 1995). Hardcover.

“This is the best book about Jesus I have ever read, probably the best book about Jesus in the whole century. Yancy gently took away my blinders and blazed the trail through my own doubting fears, pious know-it-all, and critical balderdash until I saw the Savior and thought I heard him ask me, ‘Now who do you say that I am?’ and I understood the question as I never had before.”

Lewis Smedes, Fuller Theological Seminary.

The Making of Mark by A. Q. Morton (NY, UK, Canada: Mellen Biblical Press Series, 1996). Hardcover, 108 pages. A brief, highly technical but intriguing analysis of the structure, component parts, and physical make-up of the Gospel of Mark, from papyrus to pages, from codex to content. Excellent for libraries in schools of religion.