Friday, May 7, 2010

UK factory workers ask C.S. Lewis questions (Part 9)

Could you say any more on how one discovers whether a task is laid on one by God, or whether it comes in some other way? CS Lewis writingIf we cannot distinguish between the pleasant and the unpleasant things, it is a complicated matter. 

We are guided by the ordinary rules of moral behaviour, which I think are more or less common to the human race and quite reasonable and demanded by the circumstances. I don’t mean anything like sitting down and waiting for a supernatural vision.

"Answers to Questions on Christianity," God in the Dock (Eerdmans: 1970) 54-55.

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