“Miracles” by C.S. Lewis is the most philosophical of all his books I’ve ever read. As one can guess by the title, it’s a book about miracles, specifically the miracles of the Bible. However, it’s not a book that sets out to prove that these miracles happened, rather he seeks to deconstruct paradigms that reject them, and build, or argue for, a worldview within the realm of reason (where one doesn’t have to sacrifice their intellectual integrity) where they can happen.
It’s not a light read, and I wouldn’t recommend it if you haven’t had a basic education in the rudiments of philosophical thought, but for those whose intellectual integrity is highly valued, you will find a logical and philosophically sound argument for divine interaction in the natural order.
Some of it was a bit over my head, but if I had to rate it, I would give it four out of five stars. The missing star for some of his arguments that I found slightly unclear. Definitely worth a read (as any of his books are).