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C.S. Lewis on God's Existence
An analysis of C.S. Lewis' position on God's existence.
# 121285 | 1,250 words | 13 sources | APA | 2008 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in Literature (English)

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An analysis of C.S. Lewis' position that God's existence is proven by reason of the universal moral law to which all humanity subscribes. The paper explains Lewis' observations of human nature.

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"Although any argument meant to be sustained by logic ought to stand on its own, it is instructive in this instance to note that C. S. Lewis was a professor whose religiosity emerged decisively only when he was in his thirties. Various accounts of his life explain that although raised in a religious home, Church of Ireland, part of the Anglican communion, he was by his own account an atheist, until as a mature adult he became a convert to the Church of England. Thus..."

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