One of this century's master wordsmiths presents the case for Christianity — "mere" Christianity: "a hall out of which doors open into several rooms" — the various Christian churches and denominations.
"If I can bring anyone into that hall," Lewis writes, "I shall have done what I attempted." People should never stay in the hall, Lewis says, but they must at least enter the hall before they can go into one of the rooms. So come along and either permit Lewis to speak to you where you are, or listen in as this gentle but brilliant author presents his case to others for why they should at least enter the hall. You can learn from him. Excellent. Highly recommended.