Mere Christianity Characters

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C. S. Lewis

C. S. Lewis, the author, is a Christian apologist who writes about what Christians do and should believe. An apologist is not somebody who apologizes for something, but a defender of a particular theology, in this case Christianity. Lewis begins his work with a logical argument in support of Christianity. He then describes the major Christian beliefs, followed by Christian behavior, also known as virtues. He then paints a picture of how humanity is evolving into a state of perfection which exists beyond the physical.

The author is a convert from atheism and alludes to that several times. He has seen the idea of God from both sides and is quite familiar with the arguments against the existence of any deity. Lewis displays a certain amount of arrogance on behalf of his chosen religion, a tone which might upset some readers. However, when seen in light...

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