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Mere Christianity


The book is a theological exploration that seeks to explain and defend the beliefs common to all Christians, drawing from Lewis's own experiences as a former atheist turned Christian apologist. It is structured around the moral law, Christian faith, virtues, and the Christian doctrine of the Trinity, aiming to guide readers through the rationale of Christianity and encourage deeper spiritual reflection.

Key points:

1. Moral Law: Lewis suggests a universal Moral Law, indicating a sense of right and wrong, is evidence of God. This law focuses on fairness and justice.

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