IV.10 Christians: Nice People or New Men?

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IV.10 Christians: Nice People or New Men?

Unread postby musicmonkey » Wed May 04, 2005 6:39 pm

Mere Christianity Book 4 - Beyond Personality: or First Steps in the Doctrine of the Trinity. Chapter 10 - Nice People or New Men

Discerning genuine Christian life from the life of an unbeliever.

  1. Should all Christians be obviously nicer than all non-Christians? What is the result of careless lives displayed by Christians?
  2. Why can the world not be divided into Christian and non-Christian by observed behavior?
  3. Describe the factory analogy which C.S. Lewis uses when comparing lives in and out of Christ.
  4. Do nice people need Christ as much as mean tempered people? What is God watching and waiting for in each person?
  5. According to C.S. Lewis, the only things we can keep are...
  6. C.S. Lewis wonders if a nice world would be harder to save than a miserable one, why?

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