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[BOOKS] ⚦ Report an issue Author C. S.Lewis – Anglo-saxon.co Mere Christianity is a theological book by C S Lewis adapted from a series of BBC radio talks made between 1941 and 19442 while Lewis was at Oxford during the Second World War3 Considered a classic ofMere Christianity is a theological book by C S Lewis adapted from a series of BBC radio talks made between 1941 and 19442 while Lewis was at Oxford during the Second World War3 Considered a classic of Christian apologetics the transcripts of the broadcasts originally appeared in print as three separate pamphlets The Case for Christianity Broadcast Talks in the UK 1942 Christian Behaviour 1943 and Beyond Personality 19444 Lewis was invited to give the talks by James Welch the BBC Director of Religious Broadcasting who had read his 1940 book The Problem of Pain5Wikilivres has original media or text related to this article Mere Christianity in the public domain in South KoreaMere Christianity at Faded Page CanadaAudio of the last remaining broadcast talk from bbccoukBook description at the Wayback Machine archived 24 December 2007 originally from CSLewisClassicscomOrigin of the phrase Mere ChristianityMere Christianity Canadian public domain edition PDF Lewis CS Mere Christianity WorldCat Retrieved 16 July 2007 BBC Religions Christianity CS Lewis Retrieved 17 June 2017 Lewis C S 2001 Mere Christianity a revised and amplified edition with a new introduction of the three books Broadcast talks Christian behaviour and Beyond personality San Francisco HarperSanFrancisco ISBN 0 06 065292 6 Douglas R Gilbert Clyde S Kilby C S Lewis Eerdmans 2005 page 143 Justin Philips C S Lewis in A Time of War HarperCollins 2002 page 61 The Life and Writing of CS Lewis Lecture 3 The Great Courses Course Guidebook Professor Louis Markos Houston Baptist University The Teaching Company 2000 The Top 50 Books That Have Shaped Evangelicals Christianity Today 6 October 2006 In 2006 Mere Christianity was placed third in Christianity Today's list of the most influential books amongst evangelicals since 19457 The title has influenced Touchstone Magazine A Journal of Mere Christianity and William Dembski's book Mere Creation Charles Colson's conversion to Christianity resulted from his reading this book as did the conversions of Francis Collins Jonathan Aitken Josh Caterer and the philosopher C E M JoadA passage in the book also influenced the name of contemporary Christian Texan Grammy nominated poprock group Sixpence None the Richer The phrase the hammering process was used by the Christian metal band Living Sacrifice for the name of their album The Hammering Process The metalcore band Norma Jean derived the title of their song No Passenger No Parasite from the section in the book in which Lewis describes a fully Christian society as having No passengers or parasitesThe next third of the book explores the ethics resulting from Christian belief He cites the four cardinal virtues prudence justice temperance and fortitude After touching on these he goes into the three theological virtues hope faith and charity Lewis also explains morality as being composed of three layers relationships between man and man the motivations and attitudes of the man himself and contrasting worldviewsLewis also covers such topics as social relations and forgiveness sexual ethics and the tenets of Christian marriage and the relationship between morality and psychoanalysis He also writes about the great sin pride which he argues to be the root cause of all evil and rebellionHis most important point is that Christianity mandates that one love your neighbour as yourself He points out that all persons unconditionally love themselves Even if one does not like oneself one would still love oneself Christians he writes must also apply this attitude to others even if they do not like them Lewis calls this one of the great secrets when one acts as if he loves others he will presently come to love themLewis says so that mankind could be amalgamated with God's nature.

report pdf issue mobile Report an free Report an issue PDF/EPUBMere Christianity is a theological book by C S Lewis adapted from a series of BBC radio talks made between 1941 and 19442 while Lewis was at Oxford during the Second World War3 Considered a classic of Christian apologetics the transcripts of the broadcasts originally appeared in print as three separate pamphlets The Case for Christianity Broadcast Talks in the UK 1942 Christian Behaviour 1943 and Beyond Personality 19444 Lewis was invited to give the talks by James Welch the BBC Director of Religious Broadcasting who had read his 1940 book The Problem of Pain5Wikilivres has original media or text related to this article Mere Christianity in the public domain in South KoreaMere Christianity at Faded Page CanadaAudio of the last remaining broadcast talk from bbccoukBook description at the Wayback Machine archived 24 December 2007 originally from CSLewisClassicscomOrigin of the phrase Mere ChristianityMere Christianity Canadian public domain edition PDF Lewis CS Mere Christianity WorldCat Retrieved 16 July 2007 BBC Religions Christianity CS Lewis Retrieved 17 June 2017 Lewis C S 2001 Mere Christianity a revised and amplified edition with a new introduction of the three books Broadcast talks Christian behaviour and Beyond personality San Francisco HarperSanFrancisco ISBN 0 06 065292 6 Douglas R Gilbert Clyde S Kilby C S Lewis Eerdmans 2005 page 143 Justin Philips C S Lewis in A Time of War HarperCollins 2002 page 61 The Life and Writing of CS Lewis Lecture 3 The Great Courses Course Guidebook Professor Louis Markos Houston Baptist University The Teaching Company 2000 The Top 50 Books That Have Shaped Evangelicals Christianity Today 6 October 2006 In 2006 Mere Christianity was placed third in Christianity Today's list of the most influential books amongst evangelicals since 19457 The title has influenced Touchstone Magazine A Journal of Mere Christianity and William Dembski's book Mere Creation Charles Colson's conversion to Christianity resulted from his reading this book as did the conversions of Francis Collins Jonathan Aitken Josh Caterer and the philosopher C E M JoadA passage in the book also influenced the name of contemporary Christian Texan Grammy nominated poprock group Sixpence None the Richer The phrase the hammering process was used by the Christian metal band Living Sacrifice for the name of their album The Hammering Process The metalcore band Norma Jean derived the title of their song No Passenger No Parasite from the section in the book in which Lewis describes a fully Christian society as having No passengers or parasitesThe next third of the book explores the ethics resulting from Christian belief He cites the four cardinal virtues prudence justice temperance and fortitude After touching on these he goes into the three theological virtues hope faith and charity Lewis also explains morality as being composed of three layers relationships between man and man the motivations and attitudes of the man himself and contrasting worldviewsLewis also covers such topics as social relations and forgiveness sexual ethics and the tenets of Christian marriage and the relationship between morality and psychoanalysis He also writes about the great sin pride which he argues to be the root cause of all evil and rebellionHis most important point is that Christianity mandates that one love your neighbour as yourself He points out that all persons unconditionally love themselves Even if one does not like oneself one would still love oneself Christians he writes must also apply this attitude to others even if they do not like them Lewis calls this one of the great secrets when one acts as if he loves others he will presently come to love themLewis says so that mankind could be amalgamated with God's nature.


Mere Christianity is a theological book by C S Lewis adapted from a series of BBC radio talks made between 1941 and 19442 while Lewis was at Oxford during the Second World War3 Considered a classic of Christian apologetics the transcripts of the broadcasts originally appeared in print as three separate pamphlets The Case for Christianity Broadcast Talks in the UK 1942 Christian Behaviour 1943 and Beyond Personality 19444 Lewis was invited to give the talks by James Welch the BBC Director of Religious Broadcasting who had read his 1940 book The Problem of Pain5Wikilivres has original media or text related to this article Mere Christianity in the public domain in South KoreaMere Christianity at Faded Page CanadaAudio of the last remaining broadcast talk from bbccoukBook description at the Wayback Machine archived 24 December 2007 originally from CSLewisClassicscomOrigin of the phrase Mere ChristianityMere Christianity Canadian public domain edition PDF Lewis CS Mere Christianity WorldCat Retrieved 16 July 2007 BBC Religions Christianity CS Lewis Retrieved 17 June 2017 Lewis C S 2001 Mere Christianity a revised and amplified edition with a new introduction of the three books Broadcast talks Christian behaviour and Beyond personality San Francisco HarperSanFrancisco ISBN 0 06 065292 6 Douglas R Gilbert Clyde S Kilby C S Lewis Eerdmans 2005 page 143 Justin Philips C S Lewis in A Time of War HarperCollins 2002 page 61 The Life and Writing of CS Lewis Lecture 3 The Great Courses Course Guidebook Professor Louis Markos Houston Baptist University The Teaching Company 2000 The Top 50 Books That Have Shaped Evangelicals Christianity Today 6 October 2006 In 2006 Mere Christianity was placed third in Christianity Today's list of the most influential books amongst evangelicals since 19457 The title has influenced Touchstone Magazine A Journal of Mere Christianity and William Dembski's book Mere Creation Charles Colson's conversion to Christianity resulted from his reading this book as did the conversions of Francis Collins Jonathan Aitken Josh Caterer and the philosopher C E M JoadA passage in the book also influenced the name of contemporary Christian Texan Grammy nominated poprock group Sixpence None the Richer The phrase the hammering process was used by the Christian metal band Living Sacrifice for the name of their album The Hammering Process The metalcore band Norma Jean derived the title of their song No Passenger No Parasite from the section in the book in which Lewis describes a fully Christian society as having No passengers or parasitesThe next third of the book explores the ethics resulting from Christian belief He cites the four cardinal virtues prudence justice temperance and fortitude After touching on these he goes into the three theological virtues hope faith and charity Lewis also explains morality as being composed of three layers relationships between man and man the motivations and attitudes of the man himself and contrasting worldviewsLewis also covers such topics as social relations and forgiveness sexual ethics and the tenets of Christian marriage and the relationship between morality and psychoanalysis He also writes about the great sin pride which he argues to be the root cause of all evil and rebellionHis most important point is that Christianity mandates that one love your neighbour as yourself He points out that all persons unconditionally love themselves Even if one does not like oneself one would still love oneself Christians he writes must also apply this attitude to others even if they do not like them Lewis calls this one of the great secrets when one acts as if he loves others he will presently come to love themLewis says so that mankind could be amalgamated with God's nature.

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