Study Guide for this C.S. Lewis book.
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Mere Christianity Book 4 - Beyond Personality: or First Steps in the Doctrine of the Trinity. Chapter 9 - Counting The Cost
- Counting the cost means understanding the command "Be ye perfect" and it's implications. According to Lewis, the Lords words, "Be ye perfect" mean...
- How is the Lord like a dentist in regard to perfection?
- Why should God's demands for perfection not discourage our feeble attempts at doing good?
- What is the plan that God is determined to carry out in our lives? How does it manifest itself in our lives?
- Describe the house analogy C.S. Lewis borrowed from George MacDonald.
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