Everything you need to understand or teach The Weight of Glory and Other Addresses by C. S. Lewis.
This volume contains nine of C.S. Lewis's sermons. Originally, he gave the sermons to college students in England. He carefully and thoroughly argues each viewpoint, using a careful, almost scientific approach in his arguments. The language of his sermons is that of a highly educated man, which reflects his audience. The combination of these two aspects of the sermons makes some of the arguments complicated and hard to follow.
Lewis, however, continues his reputation for honest and profound observations both of the spiritual and the carnal world. He honestly expresses his own weaknesses in respect to his own devotion.
However, he also gives his advice for dealing with such struggles. The viewpoints of others, such as pacifists and evolutionists, receive the same honest speculation, however. Sometimes, surprisingly, Lewis agrees with parts of the opposition. Quickly, though, he refutes such arguments with his own careful and logical response.
The Weight of Glory and Other Addresses Lesson Plans contain 153 pages of teaching material, including: