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God in the Dock; Essays on Theology and Ethics Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part IV, Letters Summary

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Part IV, Letters Summary and Analysis

The final part contains a brief compilation of some of Lewis's letters. They are as follows: "The Conditions for a Just War," "The Conflict In Anglican Theology," "Miracles," "Mr. C. S. Lewis on Christianity," "A Village Experience," "Correspondence with an Anglican Who Dislikes Hymns," "The Church's Liturgy, Invocation and Invocation of Saints," "The Holy Name," "Mere Christians," "Canonization," "Pittenger-Lewis and Version Vernacular" and "Capital Punishment and Death Penalty." Each discusses very briefly that issues that are reflected in their titles.

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