3 edition of C.S. Lewis, mere Christian found in the catalog.
Bibliography: p. -258.Includes index.
|Statement||Harold Shaw Publishers|
|Publishers||Harold Shaw Publishers|
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|Pagination||xvi, 75 p. :|
|Number of Pages||91|
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Even the character Jesus of Nazareth does not admit to or teach this Trinity and, as mentioned in point 1. The evidence flatly refutes this. Moreover, the PC cannot account for the real distinction between the persons.
Till We Have Faces: A Myth Retold 1956. It is as hard as nails. Lewis never become a Catholic? I strongly recommend this book!! know that I recognise only one God. All of human history, then, has seen the attempt to create greatness and happiness, over and over again, only C.S.
Lewis see commensurate falls. Lewis and the Feeling Intellect 1974. So, clearly, your above statement is wildly inaccurate. Lewis proved to me that this most lonely act can make a difference. Lewis, but I think Spufford is onto something: Great essay. He would either be a lunatic—on a level with the man who says he is a poached egg—or else he would be the Devil of Hell.
As I understand it, Oneness Pentecostals focus on the numerical oneness of God. The idea of the Trinity itself, while not explicitly stated as in the Nicene Creed, nevertheless exists in the NT, which owes it underlying theology to Judaism, not paganism.
And then you can show a little integrity and tell me what was the evidence that convinced you of the veracity of your religious belief. Another maneuver is to admit composition in the essence. As for the idea that the early Christians, who were all Jews, made up their religion borrowing pagan concepts has been C.S. Lewis to be a very big stretch at best. It reflected what was in the NT documents already. I provided verses from documents of the early Church, written between AD 50-AD 95 that shows CLEAR evidence that the early Christians viewed Jesus the Son as equal to God the Father.
The Personal Heresy: A Controversy Between E.
Believing in a moral God is still not the same as believing that God took on flesh and dwelt amongst us as Jesus.
The Magdalen Metaphysicals: Idealism and Orthodoxy at Oxford 1984.
Lewis' views on a number of key topics.