In a collection of nine addresses and sermons given mostly during the grim days of World War II, C.S. Lewis speaks to the struggles of Christians to live their faith in times of grave crisis. In addition to the magnificent sermon of the title, some of his most powerful addresses are included, such as "Learning in War-time", "Transposition", "Is Theology Poetry?", and "The Inner Ring".
"Some of the most moving meditations on Christian hope ever penned. Over the years, I have read it so often that I have almost memorized it." --Sherry Weddell