C. S. Lewis - This person was a noted professor of literature and Christian apologist.
Jesus Christ - This person is the central religious figure of Christianity.
The Materialist - 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.
Christian Clergy - 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.
Scientists - The author believes that the philosophical and theological views of these individuals is usually overly...
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