For C.S. Lewis, the only reason to believe in Christianity was because it was true - not for comfort, uplift, culture, or anything else. The relationship with God is real and personal. The relationship with God is real and personal. So many 'modern' forms of religion seek an abstract god who is distant and undemanding, a god we seek but who does not seek us. God never leaves us as is, but turns us into his children. C.S. Lewis expressed in logical argument, story, and poetic imagery the reality of the biblical revelation of the supernatural (tru myth) that makes sense of everything and breathes beauty and life.