C. S. Lewis
This person was a noted professor of literature and Christian apologist.
This person is the central religious figure of Christianity.
These individuals who believe that all that exists is part of physical nature; the author thinks this position is ultimately incoherent.
The Modern Englishman
The author contends that these individuals are skeptical of history and have their own unique vernacular.
The Church of England
The author is a member of this denomination.
The Oxford Socratic Club
The author started this philosophical club, serving as its first president.
The author often writes to advise this group about how to reach out to the common man.
The Christian Church
This group includes all baptized Christians.
The author believes that the philosophical and theological views of these individuals is usually overly influenced by their professional methods.
The author is concerned...
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