Lecture 10: Mere Christianity (part 7)
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The scandal of the evangelical mind is that there is not much of an evangelical mind. Lewis thinks that we now do not have broad social consensus of Christian truth. He challenges individuals to have a more positive affirming attitude toward intellect and academics. In his view, Christians are ambivalent about the value of the life of the mind and using the gift of our intellect to serve him.
Mere Christianity (part 7)
I. Scandal of the Evangelical Mind
III. Christian Marriage (cont.)
V. The Great Sin
VI. Charity (Christian Love)
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