Christian literature

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Christian literature

Writings about Christian themes and ideas constitutes an enormous body of varied writing. Apart from the Bible there are many other works of non-fiction, and also fiction and poetry giving glory to God. Well know works range from fictional books like Pilgrim's Progress by John Bunyan to non-fictional books like Mere Christianity by C.S. Lewis. Help us build a library of public domain texts as well as reviews and commentaries on all texts related to Christianity.

Fictional Christian literature

Non-fictional Christian literature

Christian poetry


The earliest Christian authors were the apostles, such as Paul, who wrote letters to the newly formed churches. In the early centuries, the Apologists wrote texts defending Christianity. More recent famous authors include C.S. Lewis and some famous contemporary authors include Philip Yancey who has written books including What's so amazing about grace?.



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