Mere Christianity

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 Mere Christianity

 

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 The C.S. Lewis Foundations’ ==> Guide to Mere Christianity

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If you would like to hear and or read the: first, third and fourth chapters of this wonderful book just follow this link to our, ==> The Natural Law Primer, and you will see links established on the home page that will give you access to both text and an audio readings of those chapters. It was felt that the second chapter titled Some Objections was not needed since it was not necessary for the central Natural Law argument to be made plain. 

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For those of you who would like a free digital copy of the Canadian public domain edition (PDF), click here ==> Mere Christianity

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Mere Christianity, C. S. Lewis’s eloquent and winsome defense of the Christian faith, originated as a series of BBC radio talks broadcast during the dark days of World War Two. Here is the story of the extraordinary life and afterlife of this influential and much-beloved book. To learn more about this book click ==> Here

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To read along with the audio narration above click this hot link for a PDF download on ==> Sexual Morality.

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If you want to learn more about the philosophical the ethical view that Lewis bequeathed us in Mere Christianity join us on The Natural Law Primer as we consider an ethical position which formed the spine western ethical thinking for over four thousand years. This page will allow visitors to the site further elaboration in more detail on the natural law concerning morality from chapters: one, three and four of Mere Christianity. Then for a consideration of Sexual ethics in particular you can think about this position if you would like to consider The Natural Law and Sexual Morality.

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Lewis' well loved theological classic

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