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The Screwtape Letters Essay Topics & Writing Assignments

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Lewis contends that Christians are generally intelligent, reasoning people capable of understanding God's plan and God's will. Screwtape advises that a basic devil tactic is to shift Christian focus to the mundane thereby lessening or blunting the thoughts of a human. Identify 6 examples of mundane that a modern devil might use to shift modern Christian thinking. Is the mundane an individual internal factor or can it be an external community factor?

Lewis contends the human mind can be shifted to focus thinking on an abstract level as a means to avoid having to deal with the reality right in front of a person. Expand on the question whether this reality to abstraction is a permanent feature of American society as it relates to political campaigns.

Circumstances do not matter but rather how a person deals with them is most important, according to Lewis. Modern news coverage and legal...

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