I just re-read part of Mere Christianity again. I was looking for a quote from it, but wound up reading about 2/3 of the book. Lewis' clear explanation of what Christians believe always winds up reminding me of the ways to fight sin in my own life. He seems to have had a supernatural gift for writing about complex subjects in plain language. It reminds me of Rudyard Kipling's poem "Recessional", where the refrain is "Lord God of hosts, be with us yet,/lest we forget-lest we forget". Lewis has often been God's instrument for keeping me from that error. Next month, please remind me to read this book again.