Saturday, May 27, 2006

A Profound Simple Truth 

(AgapePress) - C. S. Lewis argued in The Abolition of Man that humans, unmoored from the restraint occasioned by fidelity to a transcendent moral order, would create a world of their own choosing. Humans think that by doing so they will be free to make of themselves what they will, but Lewis disagreed, noting "For the power of Man to make himself what he pleases means, as we have seen, the power of some men to make other men what they please."

By Dr. Marc T. Newman
May 26, 2006

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