The Mere Christianity
Author: CS. Lewis
published: Samizdut,1952 adapted from BBC radio talks between 1942-44
The Mere Christianity takes reader through a journey of morality and law naturally and spiritually governing the creations usually already implemented by Creator. The reason behind people believing Christ is highlighted through various concepts to bring the skeptics in the practical conclusions. The change in Christian behavior is advocated by Lewis suggesting Christians to transform in Christliness. It answers the mystery looming around the doctrine of Trinity and significance of believers converting into a new man instead of just mere nice men.
You find out more about GOD from the Moral Law than from the universe in general just as you find out more about a man by listening to his conversation by looking at a house he has built. Pg 21
GOD cannot give us a happiness and peace apart from Himself, because it…
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