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The Screwtape Letters, by C.S. Lewis, is a fanciful compilation of correspondence between Screwtape, an experienced demon, and his nephew Wormwood, a junior tempter working to secure a young man's soul for the hungry fires of hell. The basic purpose of the book is apologetic, essentially a humorous list of tactics the author imagined the devil uses to undermine the faith of the chosen. I heartily recommend the book to Atheists, especially those that work toward a world free from religious delusion - while the entity-packed universe Lewis believed in is patently ridiculous, his observations about the nature of faith and how it might be weakened are fairly sound.