Michael Phillips's sequel to C.S. Lewis's classic Mere Christianity, in which Phillips urges bold Christianity as the next step beyond mere Christianity. Phillips is the well-kwn biographer and redactor of George MacDonald, the man whose writings led Lewis out of atheism into Christianity.
Michael Phillips is a novelist, biblical scholar, historian, and devotional writer whose many titles and best-selling books have been embraced by readers around the world. His nonfiction books include biographies of Victorian author George MacDonald and Olympic athlete-turned-Congressman Jim Ryun. In the 1980s, Phillips' edited and facsimile editions of MacDonald's nearly-forgotten works inspired a worldwide resurgence of interest in the Scotsman whose writing helped inspire C.S. Lewis' conversion from atheism to Christianity. Phillips is best known for his fiction, a body of work that includes sixty titles, including beloved historical novels set throughout the world.