Everything you need to understand or teach God in the Dock by C. S. Lewis.
God in the Dock is a series of forty-eight essays written by C. S. Lewis on theology and ethics. These essays, speeches, lectures, interviews and letters were written over a twenty-four year time span and many have not been published elsewhere. The essays range from discussions of particular objections to Christianity, to political questions concerning, for instance, theories of punishment, to the proper method of engaging the common Englishman with regard to Christianity.
The book is divided into four parts. Part I is composed of the twenty-three essays which are most clearly about theological matters. Part II includes the sixteen essays the editor sees as "semi-theological" or related to theological topics but not directly concerning them. Part III contains the nine essays that are directly concerned with ethical questions. Part IV is a brief compilation of twelve of Lewis' letters.
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