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God in the Dock; Essays on Theology and Ethics Topics for Discussion

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Why doesn't Lewis think modern science is incompatible with Christianity?

How does Lewis think the Laws of Nature and miracles are compatible? How does he think the Laws of Nature and prayer are compatible?

What is Lewis' argument against modern materialism? Why does Lewis think that reasoning cannot be a material process?

What is Bulverism? What is wrong with it, in Lewis' view?

What is the Humanitarian Theory of Punishment? What is Lewis' problem with it?

What does Lewis mean when he uses the phrase "God in the Dock"? What lesson is he trying to teach?

How does Lewis conceive of God making men good?

Why can Christianity not survive without dogma and miracles?

What does Lewis think justifies the pains of animals?

What is Lewis' problem with liberal theology?

What is Lewis' complaint about the modern state?

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