Distraction, Focus & Questions: Chapter 25 of The Screwtape Letters
Tomorrow I’m teaching a lesson at our Friday morning men’s group on Chapter 25 of C.S. Lewis’ book, “The Screwtape Letters.” It’s a challenging book to read and understand for several reasons, principally because Lewis wrote the book from the perspective of a “senior demon” writing to an underling. He’s very clever, but it’s challenging at times to interpret and chapter 25 is no exception. I titled this lesson, “Distraction, Focus & Questions,” and created some slides to accompany our lesson which I’ve shared on SlideShare.