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The author C S Lewis gives an account of the Christian belief Before writing this book he had used materials for an informal radio broadcast The book is broken up into several chapters that are very detailed so that you understand each and every point Lewis is trying to make Lewis starts this book with talking about the law of human nature This talks about how humans behave in a certain way and cannot figure out why They know there is a right and wrong and they use this to their advantage He talks about proving people really did know about the law of nature or they wouldnt know they were doing right or wrong He discusses the Moral Law which he feels tells us the tune we have to play and that our instincts are merely the keys This moral law isnt any one instinct to do right or wrong but rather directs these instincts In the early chapters it discusses the materialist view which is the view that matter and space just happen to exist and always have existed yet no one knows why Then you have the religious view which believes the universe is more like a mind than it is like anything else we know Of course Christians believe in the religious view and know that mind to be God in the third dimensional sense which is later discussed Lewis then goes on to discuss what Christians believe and why Christians differ from other religions but respect that religion because no matter what other things are involved everyone prays and worships the same God Christianity believes God made the world and all its wonderful aspects attributes avenues items whatever Lewis talks about Dualism that being a belief that there are two equal and independent powers at the back of everything one of them good and the other bad example God verses devil Lewis goes
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