C. T. Lewis Landscapes Paper
Garry R. Smith
Ohio Christian University
This paper ready for Altered Worldview (PH3000), taught by simply Professor Acierto. C. S i9000. Lewis Views Paper
(C. S. Lewis, 1952, ) I have been asked to tell you what Christian believers believe, and I am going to start by telling you the one thing that Christian believers do not need to believe. If you are a Christian you do not have to think that all made use of are simply incorrect all through. If you are an atheist you need to do have to think that the main point out of all religions with the whole globe is simply 1 huge oversight. If you are a Christian, you are free to think that most those beliefs, even the queerest ones, include at least some sign of the truth. When we look at religion in the sense of belief one finds that Christianity believes that God was the true originator, he made the heavens as well as the earth. Today if we would be to look into the performs of a Prussian philosopher Hegel which is also placed by the Hindus one can begin to see the view called pantheism which can be in simpler terms the belief that almost everything is a component to God, if the universe would not exist in that case God would not exist either. Let us change our focus on what C. S. Lewis calls the 2 views of the world. (C. S. Lewis, 1952), Christianity-and-water, the view which in turn simply says there is a very good God in Heaven and everything is all right-leaving out all the challenging and horrible doctrines about sin and hell plus the devil, plus the redemption. The other is the view named Dualism. Duplicity means the belief that there are two equal and independent capabilities at the back of every thing, one of them great and the other bad, and that this whole world is the battlefield in which that they fight away and countless war. My spouse and i liked how C. S. Lewis went into detail explaining how we are closer to Duplicity because of the Dark Power that was once good but fell out of God's grace and now is wreaking havoc and now wages municipal war and are caught in the middle of this kind of civil conflict between very good and...
Referrals: Lewis, C. W. (1952). What Christians believe? (Pp. 33-67). New York, NY: HarperCollins Publishers.