Part I, Essays 1 - 5, Evil and God, Miracles, Dogma and the Universe, Answers to Questions on Christianity, Myth Became Fact
• Lewis states that duality is unacceptable because it gives evil a positive nature and makes no real distinction between good and evil.
• Materialism has tended to reduce the reported cases of miracles.
• Lewis believes that Miracles seem to occur from time to time, but a reality beyond the stable laws of nature must be accepted in order to experience them.
• Dogma and knowledge are in conflict because knowledge changes but dogma does not. Doctrines are reinterpreted to cope with new knowledge, but the doctrines themselves do not change.
• Christianity states that myth became fact, and incorporates the best features of both myth and fact.
Part I, Essays 6 - 11, 'Horrid Red Things', Religion and Science, The Laws of Nature, The Grand Miracle, Christian Apologetics, Work and Prayer
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