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God in the Dock; Essays on Theology and Ethics Setting & Symbolism

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Objects/Places

England

The country where Lewis lives and works and where his primary audience is.

London

The major city near Oxford, where Lewis is employed.

Oxford

The ancient English university. Lewis is a professor of literature at Oxford.

Miracles

Lewis tries to justify rational belief in miracles throughout the book.

Dogma

Lewis maintains that Christian dogma can be reasonably affirmed in an age of modern science.

Monotheism

Lewis defends monotheism, the view that there is one God, in various essays in God in the Dock.

Christianity

Lewis's primary aim in the theological essays in God in the Dock is to defend the truth of Christianity.

The Laws of Nature

The laws of nature are not incompatible with Christian dogma, the efficacy of prayer or miracles in Lewis's view.

Modern Science

Many believe that religion and modern science are incompatible; Lewis denies this.

Apologetics

Attempts to defend the Christian faith...

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