Perhaps one of Lewis most enduring, important and ultimately useful
books. Chapters on love include 'Affection,' 'Friendship,' 'Eros,' and 'Charity' and demonstrate Lewis' ability to write clean, clear prose even about the most difficult and theological and philosophical issues (maybe it's best to say his gift is allowing what is fundamentally simple to remain so). His thesis is little more than that acts of love define the nature of being human, which includes of course our relations to a God who is, in essence, love. 141 pp.
An Eighth Day View:
A candid, wise, and warmly personal book in which Lewis explores the possibilities and problems of the four basic kinds of human love- affection, friendship, erotic love, and the love of God. "Immensely worthwhile for its simplicity...a rare and memorable book" (Sydney J. Harris).