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God in the Dock; Essays on Theology and Ethics - Study Guide Part II, Essays 1 - 10, Dangers of National Repentance, Two Ways with the Self, Meditation on the Third Commandment, On the Reading of Old Books, Two Lectures, Meditation in a Toolshed, Scraps, The Decline of Religion, Vivisection, Modern Translations of Summary & Analysis

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In Essay 1, Lewis argues that the idea of national repentance, despite seeming like a good idea, is not. Many believe that England bears part of the guilt for the present war, but Lewis finds this hard to determine. Instead, men should focus on repenting for sins they directly caused, which will be more than enough to occupy them. National repentance is often an escape from individual repentance...

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