This is the country where Lewis lived and worked.
Lewis was employed in this major city.
Lewis was a professor of literature at this ancient university.
Lewis tries to justify rational belief in these unusual events throughout the book.
This is a more or less unchanging set of beliefs central to a religion's identity.
This is the belief that there is a single god.
The primary aim by the author of these theological essays is to defend the truth of this faith.
The Laws of Nature
These rules, which are not without known exceptions, appear to govern the universe.
Many believe that this well-founded and provable system of rules is incompatible with the many faiths.
This is the rational defense of a system of faith.
This belief is central to the author's favored religion and represents...
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