Assessment of C. S. Lewis
2004 Volume: 27 Number: 4
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Featured in this Issue:
Beyond Mere Christianity: An Assessment of C. S. Lewis
Apologist and author C. S. Lewis brilliantly presented the reasonableness of the Christian faith, but some of his teachings go beyond the scope of mere Christianity.
Making Peace with the Sixties: Reevaluating the Legacy of a Cultural Revolution
Was the cultural revolution of the 1960s just a meaningless fad or the beginning of America's moral fall? In either case, it has profoundly influenced modern life and contemporary religion.
Is There Salvation after Death? The Answer to Postmortem Evangelism The view that the eternal fate of unbelievers is not fixed at death, while comforting to the bereaved, is unbiblical and has serious implications for evangelism.
Also in this issue:
Bush, Kerry, and God...The Da Vinci Code: Tool for Evangelism?...Should We Let Cultists into Our Houses?...Is Christian Orthodoxy Strong in the Black Church?...Is the Virgin Birth Miracle or Myth?