Lecture 7: Mere Christianity (part 4)
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Lewis begins by discussing our common moral experience as a triggering point to reason toward theism. Then he reasons for a deity that’s interested in morality that’s also a supreme power. With naturalism, we come from a source that is non-rational, non-moral and non-personal, so it’s difficult to understand how you get beings that are rational, moral and personal.
Mere Christianity (part 4)
B. Pantheism expressed in Hinduism
II. From Theism to Christianity
A. Christianity in relation to other religions
B. People who have not heard the gospel
C. What Christianity looks like to people outside the faith
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