An Atheist Reads Mere Christianity: Book 1

The first episode of a new series looking at C.S. Lewis's influential work of apologetics, Mere Christianity, in the format of my previous series examining The Case for Christ.

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Comment by A. T. Heist on February 7, 2014 at 12:45pm

Really well done.  Mere Christianity is seen by many Christians as a more or less "authoritative text" of apologetics.  As much as I used to appreciate Lewis's writing, it bothers me that a reader would think, "Well, he seems to make good arguments, so he must be right."  It's refreshing to see someone point out some of the false assumptions Lewis makes.

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