Mere Christianity By C. S Lewis Journal Challenge

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Introduction

00:18 Preface

16:43 Book 1. Right and Wrong as a Clue to the Meaning of the Universe 16:50 Chapter 1. The Law of Human Nature 25:53 Chapter 2. Some Objections 35:48 Chapter 3. Reality of the Law 44:16 Chapter 4. What Lies Behind the Law 54:41 Chapter 5. We Have Cause to be Uneasy 1:03:04 Book 2. What Christians Believe 1:03:10 Chapter 1. The Rival Conceptions of God 1:10:00 Chapter 2. The Invasion 1:20:55 Chapter 3. The Shocking Alternative 1:30:44 Chapter 4. The Perfect Penitent 1:41:35 Chapter 5. The Practical Conclusion 1:51:17 Book 3. Christian Behaviour 1:51:22 Chapter 1. Three Parts of Morality 2:01:57 Chapter 2. The Cardinal Virtues 2:10:35 Chapter 3. Social Morality 2:20:20 Chapter 4. The Morality and Psychoanalysis 2:30:27 Chapter 5. Sexual Morality 2:46:23 Chapter 6. Christian Marriage 3:04:25 Chapter 7. Forgiveness 3:14:19 Chapter 8. The Great Sin 3:27:27 Chapter 9. Charity 3:34:21 Chapter 10. Hope 3:40:47 Chapter 11. Faith 3:49:57 Chapter 12. Faith 3:59:58 Book 4. Beyond Personality 4:00:04 Chapter 1. Making and Begetting 4:11:22 Chapter 2. The Three Personal-God 4:20:57 Chapter 3. Time and Beyond Time 4:29:28 Chapter 4. Good Infection 4:38:35 Chapter 5. The Obstinate Toy Soldiers 4:45:48 Chapter 6. Two Notes 4:51:24 Chapter 7. Let's Pretend 5:03:11 Chapter 8. Is Christianity Hard or Easy? 5:12:38 Chapter 9. Counting the Cost 5:21:02 Chapter 10. Nice People or New People 5:37:53 Chapter 11. The New Man Mere Christianity by C. S Lewis is one of the most popular and beloved books ever written, which introduces the concept of faith. ‘Mere Christianity’ has been sold millions of copies worldwide. The book brings together C.S. Lewis’s legendary radio broadcasts during the war years, in which he set out simply to ‘explain and defend the belief that has been common to nearly all Christians at all times." Rejecting the boundaries that divide Christianity’s many denominations, ‘Mere Christianity’ provides an unequalled opportunity for believers and nonbelievers alike to absorb a powerful, rational case for the Christian faith.

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