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C.S. Lewis on Really Living
In this devotional series, president, Fred Carpenter is reflecting on the important lessons of God that have guided us in ministry and led us into a deeper understanding of His ways. In our last two devotionals, we discussed the importance of honest and authentic communication in the body of Christ. As was noted in our discussion, there are thousands of books and sermons addressing what it means to be an authentic Christian, even though the term never actually appears in the Bible. An ontologist would tell us there is a significant relationship between the nature of a being and the life of a being. In his book, Mere Christianity, C.
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GitHub is home to over 40 million developers working together to host and review code, manage projects, and build software together. Everyone has warned me not to tell you what I am going to tell you in this last book. They all say "the ordinary reader does not want Theology; give him plain practical religion. I do not think the ordinary reader is such a fool. Theology means "the science of God," and I think any man who wants to think about God at all would like to have the clearest and most accurate ideas about Him which are available.
It is now time to get back to my walk through of C. We have now come to book 4 of Mere Christianity , where Lewis takes his readers through a preliminary tour of Christian theology, most particularly, the doctrine of the Trinity and how it impacts how one views the world. He then gives one of the best analogies in the entire book. He equates theology to a map. So in that sense, the map is less real than the real thing. It will mean that you have a lot of wrong ones—bad, muddled, out of date ideas. I think, given that analogy, that it is obvious that a lot of people in our society have a lot of wrong and childish views about God—be it young earth creationists like Ken Ham, atheists like Richard Dawkins, or just about anyone else for that matter.