Thursday, March 19, 2009

A critical analysis of Mere Christianity

7 comments:

normajean said...

What do you mean by "critical?" I think it teeters toward laughable =P

SE said...

I agree. There are much better critiques of Lewis.

Anonymous said...

Not really. Just more wordy.

Finney said...

I don't think it was very sophisticated, but I did like it.

"then I'd think he'd have to then answer how he can be certain that this "storage" of the Moral Law could only have been done by God."

I think he is a bit confused here. Lewis argues that if our concience is intelligible and points to real moral truths, then God would explain it. Whether he uses evolution or not to place those morals in us is immaterial.

Ilíon said...

Tut! tut! NormaJean!

normajean said...

Hoo Haa, *lli* to the *on* !

Ilíon said...

psst: there's only one "l"