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God in the Dock: Essays on Theology and Ethics (C S Lewis Walter Hooper (ed)) Paperback Book, (Wm B Eerdmans Publishing Co, 1972) 9780802808684
God in the Dock: Essays on Theology and Ethics (C S Lewis Walter Hooper (ed)) Paperback Book, (Wm B Eerdmans Publishing Co, 1972) 9780802808684
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Title: God in the Dock: Essays on Theology and Ethics

Author: Lewis, C S Walter Hooper (ed)

Publisher: Wm B Eerdmans Publishing Co; Publication Date: 1972

Paperback; ISBN: 9780802808684

Volumes: 1; Pages: 346

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"Lewis struck me as the most thoroughly converted man I ever met," observes Walter Hooper in the preface to this collection of essays by C. S. Lewis. "His whole vision of life was such that the natural and the supernatural seemed inseparably combined."It is precisely this pervasive Christianity which is demonstrated in the 48 essays comprising God in the Dock. Here Lewis addresses himself both to theological questions and to those which Hooper terms "semi-theological," or ethical. But whether he is discussing "Evil and God," "Miracles," "The Decline of Religion," or "The Humanitarian Theory of Punishment," his insight and observations are thoroughly and profoundly Christian.Drawn from a variety of sources, the essays were designed to meet a variety of needs, and among other accomplishments they serve to illustrate the many different angles from which we are able to view the Christian religion. They range from relatively popular pieces written for newspapers to more learned defenses of the faith which first appeared in The Socratic Digest. Characterized by Lewis's honesty and realism, his insight and conviction, and above all his thoroughgoing commitments to Christianity, these essays make God in the Dock very much a book for our time.Table of ContentsPreface by Walter HooperPART I1. Evil and God2. Miracles3. Dogma and the Universe4. Answers to Questions on Christianity5. Myth Became Fact6. 'Horrid Red Things'7. Religion and Science8. The Laws of Nature9. The Grand Miracle10. Christian Apologetics11. Work and Prayer12. Man or Rabbit?13. On the Transmission of Christianity14. 'Miserable Offenders'15. The Founding of the Oxford Socratic Club16. Religion without Dogma?17. Some Thoughts18. 'The Trouble with "X"...'19. What Are We to Make of Jesus Christ?20. The Pains of Animals21. Is Theism Important?22. Rejoinder to Dr Pittenger23. Must Our Image of God Go?PART II1. Dangers of National Repentance2. Two Ways with the Self3. Meditation on the Third Commandment4. On the Reading of Old Books5. Two Lectures6. Meditation in a Toolshed7. Scraps8. The Decline of Religion9. Vivisection10. Modern Translations of the Bible11. Priestesses in the Church?12. God in the Dock13. Behind the Scenes14. Revival or Decay?15. Before We Can Communicate16. Cross-ExaminationPART III1. 'Bulverism'2. First and Second Things3. The Sermon and the Lunch4. The Humanitarian Theory of Punishment5. Xmas and Christmas6. What Christmas Means to Me7. Delinquents in the Snow8. Is Progress Possible?9. We Have No 'Right to Happiness'PART IVLetters
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