Mere Christianity – Book II – Chapter 3 (“The Shocking Alternative”) – Restless PilgrimThese pages are a summary of C. The notes have been summarized so that a group or discussion leader can lead one chapter per meeting, or the chapters can be grouped together to cover multiple chapters per meeting. Most groups will choose to cover the entire book in an eight or twelve week session, but there is enough content to spend a year in this book. We hope that the chapter summaries are helpful for those who choose to lead groups through this book. Leaders may also find it useful to print out copies of these notes to use as handouts.
Chapter 3 The Shocking Alternative Book 2 C S Lewis Mere Christianity
Mere Christianity – Book II – Chapter 3 (“The Shocking Alternative”)
My copy of Mere Christianity is covered in red ink and riddled with dog ears. Required Fields Although higher education has long been seen as a class equalizer, not everybody can take on the debt necessary to afford it. Chapter 3: The Reality of the Law. Book 2 What Christians Believe. Lewis and Mere Christianity are not substitutes for Christ and Scripture, but they.
Topics: Summary. Something other than God created beings with free will. Lewis emphasizes that have tried to play God s will. Where a madman this still leaves us with a great moral teacher. We would hardly be God left us with a great moral teacher.
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Thanks Victor. I see notes on Chapters of Book 1. Do you have more? I saw one study guide suggest to do all of book one in one simplified lesson because it is too philosophical for most people. What is your take?
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Mere Christianity is a Christian apologetic book by C. Published in , it argues for a set of basic Christian beliefs which he considers all Christians can agree upon. The ideas for the book came from a series of radio talks he gave during World War II. These talks were subsequently published in books Broadcast Talks , Christian Behavior , Beyond Personality Mere Christianity compiled those ideas into one book where Lewis edited the content to better reflect his later understanding of Christian doctrine. He explicitly avoided discussing issues that are contentious within Christianity because he thought they had little apologetic value to non-Christians.