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  • As he correctly points out, C.S. Lewis suggested this idea in Mere Christianity and The Problem of Pain.

    2009 October - Telic Thoughts

  • Pez, here is what Dembski wrote on the subject of interventions in Mere creation: science, faith & intelligent design, p. 301:

    Blast From the Past

  • Olegt: Pez, here is what Dembski wrote on the subject of interventions in Mere creation: science, faith & intelligent design, p. 301:

    Blast From the Past

  • As CS Lewis wrote in "Mere Christianity," when we speak of morals we usually mean something more than an opinion; we mean something that people ought to do whether they want to or not and whether they see the benefit of it or not.

    Ayn Rand, Wise Philosopher Despite Some Bad Arguments, Bryan Caplan | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • D.G.D.: Regarding healthy romance, C.S. Lewis in Mere Christianity makes a helpful distinction between what he calls love and being in love: the former is an act, and the latter is mainly an emotional fixation or attachment.

    Book/Movie Review: Twilight

  • Or, as C.S. Lewis put it in 'Mere Christianity': A cold, self-righteous prig who regularly attends church on Sunday may be further from heaven than a prostitute.

    Sound Politics: Local Muslim leader reluctantly expresses sympathy over terrorist attack at Jewish Federation

  • This time, Dembski gives a source for his "quote" – Ratzch's original article in "Mere Creation".

    The Memory Hole

  • Here's something C.S. Lewis wrote in Mere Christianity:

    Dawkins Replies on Ed's Blog

  • During our stint at the start of the Iraq War, while we were awaiting new transfer orders to St. Mere, aka Camp Fallujah, we were stationed at Camp Ramadi and tasked to provide escort “services” along with the marines as part of their Tactical Movement Team.

    Mercy Kill

  • Many a bruised spirit, as it turns from the gay world to the mystic devotion which touches a new chord in its jaded sensibilities, finds support and inspiration in the strong and fervid sympathy of Jacqueline Arnauld, better known as Mere Angelique of Port

    The Women of the French Salons

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