Title: A Critical Precis of "The Mystery of Persons and Belief in God by C. S

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Subject: Philosophy
Author: Kevin M
Date: November 13, 2010
Level: University
Grade: A
Length: 2 / 523
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Stephen Evans asserts that if we examine human nature and desires with a Christian mindset, we will discover good reasons for believing in God. 2. A brief explanation (one paragraph or less) how the author supports and develops his or her thesis. Mankind's evil deeds point to our greatness, for only a creature with self-consciousness and freedom can be truly evil...

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We are created in the image of God and we were created to enjoy a special relationship with God. We possess imagination and the power of reflective choice. We are creative beings with the power of free choice because we were made in the likeness of the Person who created the whole of nature by a free choice...

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