Mere Christianity Part 7

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Ugh. My cat knocked my book into water, so now it’s damp (after drying for a few hours). Luckily it’s still readable, so onto the beginning of  Book Two, What Christians Believe, of C.S. Lewis’s Mere Christianity. I am on chapter one, “The Rival Conceptions of God.”

Right away Lewis gets off the a bad start. He states that “If you are an atheist you do have to believe that the main point in all religions of the whole world is simply a huge mistake.” First, he makes it sound as though all religions have the same main point. What is the main point of any one religion, anyway? It seems to me that Christians can’t agree with each other as to what there main point is, let alone all religions sharing one point. And second, atheists only have to disagree if the main point is that a god…

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About Abeltje Quintijn

Dear Readers, fan's, lovers, etc... Strange path of my live... Wanna be me, it has to be me, I am wanna be... If you undertand what I am talking about... Don't foget it's not 'The Ego', the false self, it's real me. Good luck all my brother, sisters, etc... Keep this planet as long as possible alive. Thanking you all. Loving you
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