IV.9 'Be ye perfect' and our feeble attempts at doing good

Study Guide for this C.S. Lewis book.
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IV.9 'Be ye perfect' and our feeble attempts at doing good

Unread postby musicmonkey » Tue May 03, 2005 12:26 am

Mere Christianity Book 4 - Beyond Personality: or First Steps in the Doctrine of the Trinity. Chapter 9 - Counting The Cost

  1. Counting the cost means understanding the command "Be ye perfect" and it's implications. According to Lewis, the Lords words, "Be ye perfect" mean...
  2. How is the Lord like a dentist in regard to perfection?
  3. Why should God's demands for perfection not discourage our feeble attempts at doing good?
  4. What is the plan that God is determined to carry out in our lives? How does it manifest itself in our lives?
  5. Describe the house analogy C.S. Lewis borrowed from George MacDonald.

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