This is a blog to discuss philosophy, chess, politics,
C. S. Lewis, or whatever it is that I'm in the mood to discuss.
If it's got music in the background, it's got to be good!
Hmmm. The music doesn't come in on my computer.
That website was a hoot. I read the part about catholics. Yeah its unfair. But the pope really set himself up by sitting in that throne with the cross looking upside down. What was he thinking? I like the two different angles of the pictures showing the "crooked cross." Its hard to argue when they have one picture but that second picture from a different angle makes the case irrefutable.
Oh brother....it's the religion of "Nutty-ism" breaking free from it's cloistered shell again.However, let us crack this little nut:"C.S. Lewis plainly stated that he believed a person has to work to keep salvation...'There are people (a great many of them) who are slowly ceasing to be Christians...' (Mere Christianity, p.162). '...a Christian can lose the Christ-life which has been put into him, and he has to make efforts to keep it' (Mere Christianity, p.49)."Now compare that criticism with these statements:"C.S. Lewis was an imposter, who corrupted the Gospel of Jesus Christ, and led multitudes of victims into Hellfire with his doctrines of devils. Lewis used profanities, told lewd stories, and frequently got drunk with his students (5/19/90, World magazine). Christians need to read more critically The Abolition of Man, The Problem of Pain, Miracles, The Great Divorce, and God in the Dock." Enough said.By the way....if you play the music from David Stewart's website backwards, you can hear Screwtape growling:"C.S. Lewis is not a Christian"
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