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God in the dock : essays on theology and ethics / C.S. Lewis ; edited by Walter Hooper.

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Evil and God -- Miracles -- Dogma and the universe -- Answers to questions on Christianity -- Myth became fact -- 'Horrid red things' -- Religion and science -- The laws of nature -- The grand miracle -- Christian apologetics -- Work and prayer -- Man or rabbit? -- On the transmission of Christianity -- 'Miserable offenders' -- The founding of the Oxford Socratic Club -- Religion without dogma? -- Some thoughts -- 'The trouble with "X"' -- What are we to make of Jesus Christ? -- The pains of animals -- Is theism important? -- Rejoinder to Dr Pittenger -- Must our image of God go? -- Dangers of national repentance -- Two ways with the self -- Meditation on the third commandment -- On the reading of old books -- Two lectures -- Meditation in a toolshed -- Scraps -- The decline of religion -- Vivisection -- Modern translations of the Bible -- Priestesses in the church? -- God in the dock -- Behind the scenes -- Revival or decay? -- Before we can communicate -- Cross-examination -- 'Bulverism' -- First and second things -- The sermon and the lunch -- The humanitarian theory of punishment -- Xmas and Christmas -- What Christmas means to me -- Delinquents in the snow -- Is progress possible? -- We have no 'right to happiness.'
Subject: Theology.
Christian ethics.
Apologetics.
English essays > 20th century.

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