An *excellent* book. C.S. Lewis writes from the perspective of a very intelligent man who came to Christianity late in life. His examples, analogies, and ways of "squaring" Christianity with what we see in the real world are exemplary. A must read for any Christian or anyone curious about the Christian faith.
The substance of the book is fabulous -- probably the most influential book on Christian theology I have ever read, apart from the Bible itself. Even the prefatory notes are worth reading several times. The only drawback was the poor quality of the package that contains the words. The paper is rough and the pages are cut to different lengths, leaving a raggedy package that also gives the impression of a binding that will not long stay together.
I read this book many years ago and loved it then. CS Lewis explains his reasons for believeing in Jesus Christ as the son of God in easy to understand language. I bought this copy in able to better explain my beliefs to a friend and found myself learning as well.