This is the final episode of our four-part review of “Mere Christianity” by C. S. Lewis. This section deals with such topics as the usefulness of theology, the Heavenly Father’s begetting of Christ, the nature of the Trinity, the process of becoming like Christ, and why some Christians don’t seem to be “better” than non-Christians.
Jeremiah reviews book 3 of Mere Christianity, by C. S. Lewis. This section of the book addresses such topics as Christian morality, the seven virtues, psychoanalysis, sexual morality, marriage, forgiveness, charity, hope, and faith. This is part 3 of a 4 part series.
Jeremiah reviews book 2 of Mere Christianity, by C. S. Lewis. This section of the book addresses such topics as the various concepts of God, the problem of evil in regards to a God of goodness (theodicy), arguments against Christianity from the perspective of atheism, an explanation of the existence of the devil, the importance…
Jeremiah reviews book 1 of Mere Christianity by C. S. Lewis. Lewis originally delivered the chapters of this book as radio broadcasts during World War II. It seems appropriate therefore to revisit this classic introduction to Christianity in the time of the COVID-19 crisis. This is part 1 of a 4 part series.
Jeremiah reads and responds to quotes from Dietrich Bonhoeffer regarding Advent and Christmas. This episode explores spiritual and theological ideas surrounding Advent and the incarnation, including waiting, silence, expectation, and participation.
Jeremiah reviews “The Meaning of Marriage” by Tim and Kathy Keller. In this book, the Kellers discuss the biblical view of marriage. This is an excellent book which is applicable to all deep relationships. Highly recommended.
In this book review, Jeremiah discusses “Pagan Christianity” by Frank Viola and George Barna.
Jeremiah reviews the book “Emotionally Healthy Spirituality” by Peter Scazzero. He argues that to be truly spiritually mature, we must also be emotionally healthy.