C. S. Lewis, following in the train of those who preceded him, argued along these lines: (1) If Jesus were not Lord, he would be a liar or a lunatic. (2) Jesus was neither a liar nor a lunatic. (3) Therefore, Jesus is Lord. But this argument is unsound, because the first premise is false, because there’s another option (he was a legend and didn’t really say these things after all). Well, another essay by Lewis helps us to fix the problem.Read More Load Comments
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A link to my piece in the online Washington Post, correcting 5 wrong ideas about Rosa Parks’s famous act of civil disobedience: (1) Rosa Parks sat in the whites-only section of the bus; (2) If Rosa Parks had not moved, a white passenger would not have had a place to sit; (3) This was Rosa Parks’s first conflict with that bus driver; (4) Rosa Parks refused to stand up because she was tired; (5) Parks was the first black woman to exercise civil disobedience on a Montgomery bus.Read More Load Comments
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