Monday, January 19, 2009

Do we really have cause to be uneasy?

What is interesting here is that Lewis, in attempting to make a case for his Christianity, argues on the one hand that there is a moral law, and that that moral law is so difficult to follow that we are going to need "outside help" to be able to live moral lives.

Whether you think such "outside help" is available or not, do you think his idea of a moral law that is really tough for humans, in their natural condition, to follow, is a justified concept?

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