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Letters to Malcolm: Chiefly on Prayer is a collection of essays written in the form of warm, relaxed letters to a close friend, and published posthumously in 1964. Therein Lewis meditates on many puzzling questions concerning the intimate dialogue between man and God. Lewis also considers practical and metaphysical aspects of private prayer, petitionary prayer, the Lord’s Prayer, and other forms of prayer. Five settings of the work currently exist, and one pre-publication selection of chapter 15-17 entitled Beyond the Bright Blur.

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BEYOND THE BRIGHT BLUR

A pre-production Christmas gift containing chapters 15-17

BBB-HB, 1963

BBB-HB, 1963

SETTING 1

LM1-GB, 1964

LM1-GB, 1964

SETTING 2

LM2-HB1a, 1964

LM2-HB1a, 1964

LM2-HB1b, 1973

LM2-HB1b, 1973

LM2-HB1c

LM2-HB1c.

LM2-HB1d

LM2-HB1d

LM2-HB1e

LM2-HB1e.

LM2-MR1

LM2-MR1

SETTING 3

LM3-F1a, 1966

LM3-F1a, 1966

LM3-F1b, 1977

LM3-F1b, 1977

SETTING 4

LM4-F2, 1998

LM4-F2, 1998

SETTING 5

LM5-HC1a, 2017

LM5-HC1a, 2017

RELATED IMAGES

Blackstone Audio audiobook, 2010

Blackstone Audio audiobook, 2010
Ralph Cosham, nar.