What happens when “Christians” deny a core doctrine of Christianity? It seems that many people in our culture today are creating their own versions of the Christian faith based on their personal preferences and don’t care whether something is true or not. For them, it boils down to one simple question: “Is this going to work for me?”
In 1945, C.S. Lewis did a presentation for a group of Anglican ministers which later turned into an essay called ‘Christian Apologetics’. In it, Lewis makes clear that the Christian faith has certain boundaries, and if you decide to step outside of those boundaries, “you must change your profession.” On today’s podcast, Frank goes through different sections of the essay to illustrate the different lessons we can learn from Lewis’ musings today—even though he voiced them over 75 years ago!
In fact, there is so much to learn from this one essay that it wouldn’t fit into one episode, so be sure to watch out for Part 2 during the midweek podcast next week!
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C.S. Lewis’ Book of Essays – God in the Dock: https://a.co/d/6VYrbYt
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