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The Abolition of Man


There is something bigger than us

Audience Parents and adults; also recommended in Classical Conversations communities for Challenge IV students.
Accessibility College-level reading
Preparation None required
Ease of Use Regular print; 1.5 line spacing
Author C.S. Lewis
Page Count 113
Format Perfect bound; paperback
Publication Date 2015

General Description

There is something bigger than us. Something bigger than us holds values like mercy, courage, love, and truth; and something bigger than us defines these virtues: God. Man is not the end-all be-all of human existence. In this book, C. S. Lewis implores us to look to God as the source of truth and humanity. We need God in our classrooms, governments, and neighborhoods.

As Challenge IV parents prepare their students for the next chapter of life, The Abolition of Man prepares parents for great conversations about leadership. Whether the next step is college, a career, mission work, or something else, Challenge IV students benefit from the thoughts that Abolition of Man inspires.