Mere Christianity - Book IV: Chapters 5 - 10 Summary & Analysis

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Book IV: Chapters 5 - 10 Summary and Analysis

What if as a child you possessed the power to bring one of your tin soldier toys to life? Lewis presents this hypothetical scene to suggest that the tin soldier would not want to become alive and would rebel as humans had done against God before the coming of Christ. He then moves into a description of what it was like for Christ to become a human, be spiritually attacked during his life, be tortured to physical death at the end, and rise from the grave in His human body.

In the closing paragraph Lewis calls for all Christians to stop bickering among themselves about how to describe what Christ did for them. It does not matter what formula one uses, only that the formula works.

Lewis addresses an observation a critic has made: if...

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