In (The Collected Letters of C.S. Lewis, Volume II, pp. 645-647)
Lewis was asked: “I would not dare ask you to write to me what you consider to be the arguments which throw the decision to the Anglican and against the Roman Catholic Church. But I do dare ask you if you would do me the great favor or recommending the books which, in your opinion, present these arguments most persuasively” (H. Lyman Stebbins, ‘The boldness of a Stranger’, Laywitness, 19 (November 1998), p.7). Lewis responded with the present letter. In the end Stebbins was received into the Catholic Church on 28 May 1946.
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