he does not think that God will love us because we are good, but that God will make us good because He loves us.
The reality of Jesus’ claim to be the Son of God and the sole remedy for the brokenness of mankind is a claim that could only be made by one who is evil, deluded, or authentic.
Mere Christianity, Book 2: What Christians Believe Chapter 3: The Shocking Alternative If evil is contrary to God’s will, how then can it go on? If God…… Read more “The Shocking Alternative”
“Real things are not simple…” and they are “…usually odd.” It is the complexity and oddity of life and faith that Lewis credits as a strong reason for believing Christianity.
Mere Christianity Book 2-What Christians Believe Chapter: 1: Rival Conceptions of God Lewis sets out to draw contrasts between atheism and Theism. He cleverly begins by pointing…… Read more “Rival Conceptions of God”