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  • The Real Morality In Mere Christianity Of C. S. Lewis

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    where people disguise as hounds and serpents simultaneously. However, amidst this chaos, there stands supreme thing keeping the pieces of mankind’s civilization together—the Law of Nature. The Law of Nature is discussed greatly in the book Mere Christianity of C. S. Lewis, who asserts that it is the Law of Nature which makes humans obligated to do the right thing. According to Lewis, this law can also be referred as The Real Morality or the Standard to which all people follow, and which people use

  • Summary Of Mere Christianity By C. S. Lewis

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    Mere Christianity Summary Mere Christianity was written by C.S. Lewis (Clive Staples Lewis). C.S. Lewis was born in Belfast, Ireland on November 29, 1898. He was arguably one of the intellectual giants and influential writers of the twentieth century. Until nineteen fifty-four he was a Fellow and Tutor in English Literature at Oxford University. After that he was unanimously elected to the Chair of Medieval and Renaissance Literature at Cambridge University, a position he held until his retirement

  • Mere Christianity Analysis

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    Grace Hardin Professor Laughter Business Ethics 24 September 2017 Mere Christianity In C.S Lewis’ novel, Mere Christianity, he dives into the differences that can be within a moral code, while also proving that they are all the same that the base. Lewis also tries to answer a question that does not have a simple and clear-cut answer: why do we feel bad when we misbehave, if everyone misbehaves? Early in book one, the focus is on what we feel and what those emotions mean. He uses an example of hearing

  • Mere Christianity Essay

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    Through the eyes of C.S. Lewis: Simple Christianity In England, during the year of 1942 when all hope was threatened by the inhumanity of war, a man by the name of C.S. Lewis addressed the central issues of Christianity through a series of radio lectures. After more than half a century later, his broadcasts still prevail and maintain their poignancy. Each of his original lectures, Broadcast Talks (1942), Christian Behaviour (1943), and Beyond Personality (1944) were compiled as one to make

  • Mere Christianity Summary

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    Mere Christianity by C.S Lewis was a series of radio talks, speaking about The Law of Human Nature. This isn't a scientific law this is simply a part of humans that some would call our moral code or ethics, but it is more then that. C.s uses logic to state that it’s not just a opinion, or something just in todays world, but that its all the way through history with the romans, theegyptions, every culture, in every part of the world, even there morals are diffrent at the basis levels of human nature

  • Mere Christianity Research Paper

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    one that struck out to me the most. Growing up, I was raised in a Christian background, specifically Methodist. Even though I respect the views of those who are not Christian, unfortunately not all Christians do that. Some Christians use their Christianity to judge those who are not living up to their expectations or those who are not righteous in their eyes. I experienced it myself because I was in a situation where other Christians were castigating me. When I was 14 years old, I started attending

  • Mere Christianity Of God Analysis

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    We live in a world marked by a culture of death. the constant manifetations of ruptures with one itself as lonelines, sadness, with no sence, unstopping search of false securiness; the ruptures with everyone else translated to violence, felonies, terrorism, wars, and otheres; have no other cause but the fontal ropture of the One who created us and that knows us pneltly, God himself. The need of infinity that every man experiments in the most deepest of his heart sees imself vetrated when he closes

  • Essay on C.S. Lewis: Mere Christianity

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    C.S. Lewis: Mere Christianity C.S. Lewis covers many topics in his fourth book contained in Mere Christianity titled BEYOND PERSONALITY: OR FIRST STEPS IN THE DOCTRINE OF THE TRINITY. He addresses such topics as theology, what it means to be the Son of God, the three personal God, the relationship of God and time, the cost of being a Christian, how God works to turn us into image of Christ, why Christian growth is both hard and easy, and also what he thinks about our old personalities before

  • Mere Christianity Book 4 Summary

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    BOOK FOUR BEYOND PERSONALITY: OR FIRST STEPS IN THE DOCTRINE OF THE TRINITY We have now come to the fourth and final book of Mere Christianity. In this book, the author takes us to the place in our Christian growth where we begin to rely more heavily on the power of God and less on ourselves to become the being that God originally intended for us to be — a son of God. He begins with an explanation of the difference between “making” and “begetting.” 4.1 Making and Begetting As Dr. Lewis continues

  • Mere Christianity By Cs Lewis Essay

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    world having multiple viewpoints and beliefs. C.S. Lewis decided that he would write about multiple views of Christianity, in his book “Mere Christianity.” Lewis writes about some of the main issues in Christianity, such as, ethics and humanities evident conscience. The deeper into his work one goes, the writing opens up the eyes of the reader to new views and new rationales of Christianity. In book one, Lewis explores humanity's conscience mindset of what is right and good, as well as, what