I have gone on a journey the last few years, Walking though the darkest time in my life. I have spent days reading, hours searching, and minutes thinking. And then it happened, I stumbled upon a book titled " The Screwtape Letters" as i read though the pages I found myself captivated . So much of what was contained in this book I found to be so true. if not pertaining to me then to others close to me.
Since then I read numerous others books written by Lewis. he takes the most complex issues and wraps them In a beautiful tapestry of the english language. He forces those who read his work to come to terms with there own philosophical presuppositions. His wit, wisdom, and style are scarcly rivaled. I recommend Anyone who is searching, lost, or think that they have found there place to read some of his works. "The Abolition of Man" "the Screwtape letters" "Mere Christianity" and "God in the dock" are just some of his sixty-six plus books. My mind was kicked into high gear, my beliefs were challenged and I found something that I had been searching for. Some put him at the same table as Aristolte, Plato, Hume, and other great intellectual thinkers of are time. And others put him as a radical lunatic, A superb writer with a misguided worldview. I challenge You to pick up one of his books and see for yourself.
Lewis on deception.
Nothing can deceive unless it bears a plausible resemblance to reality