Stevenson, Md. (PRWEB) January 10, 2014
Author Chang-Wuk Kang loves C. S. Lewis. He knows that the latter had a unique ability to persuade people in understanding Christianity. There are many non-Christian and anti-Christian in the world throughout the history of the western world. Kang had the fantasy for a long time that he can have Lewis converse with those of the anti-Christianity stance. Instead of just fantasizing, he decided to write it. Thus, his new publication, “The Last Journey of Jack Lewis” is born.
In this book, Jack Lewis’ journey did not end upon his death. When he died, he found the other side of the world and he was to meet the two people he yearned to meet to have a hearty discussion about Christianity. He did not only discuss philosophies with them. He was also moved by a mysterious guide into an action that he could never imagine he would be able to accomplish in the world. He spoke willingly with his ideas but there was also an idea that he did not know or plan before.
The story is for Christian apologetics. It also showcases philosophical thoughts and spiritual exchanges between Christian and atheist. And thus Christians who are interested in apologetics and theology, and Non-Christians who are interested in philosophy should find it very stimulating pave a new way for them to consider the subject matters. Since the Western world is gradually sinking into atheistic or antichristian social structures, there are some kindling of desire to bring the Christianity back and to the forefront of the world.
“The Last Journey of Jack Lewis” took courage to fantasize freely. Once again, it presents who is C. S. Lewis. Christians know that their call should be as loud as the call in the wilderness.
About the Author
Chang-Wuk Kang was born in a Buddhist family in Korea. He finished medical school in Korea and came to the state to further his medical training. He converted to Christianity when everyone knew he was very inimical to Christianity. He was deeply absorbed in to the study of Christianity, particularly in apologetics and then served in various positions in the church, including leading a reformed seminary of the region. He is married with three children. His contribution in the society and his profession is lengthy. But he felt enormous gratifications from the publication of this book because he was able speak about his thought clearly without fear.
The Last Journey of Jack Lewis * by Chang-Wuk Kang
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