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NOTES on C.S. Lewis: The Problem of Pain

Divine Omnipotence One person who has addressed the problem of evil in a way convincing to me is C. S. Lewis, author of the popular Narniachildren’s books. One of the things he did was to analyze the concepts “omnipotent” and … Continue reading

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NOTES on C. S. Lewis (1898-1963): On Obstinacy in Belief

In his essay “On Obstinacy in Belief,” C. S. Lewis argues that religious beliefs are not like scientific hypotheses. In particular, he is concerned with the nature of belief in God after that belief has been established and the believer … Continue reading

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NOTES on C. S. Lewis (1898-1963): The Argument From Morality

C. S. Lewis wrote about the Moral Argument in his book Mere Christianity (1952). Of course, Lewis is famous for many things, not just for being a defender of the faith in many of his books. For example, he wrote the … Continue reading

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