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2 thoughts on “C.S. Lewis On God’s Presence

  1. No where in the Bible does anyone attempt to prove God’s existence.

    Dr Graham Tomlin, Dean of St Mellitus Theological College London has written about this question of faith, “Nowhere does the Bible show any interest in the question, ‘Is there a God?’ The writers do not try to prove it, demonstrate it, or argue for it. The simply assume it. This is the only way God can be found…Faith begins when I realize that I am not what I might be. In fact, to be blunt, I am self-centered, thoughtless, love-less and need to change. And I need to find a way to do that. The God of the Bible is not interested in whether we happen to entertain the opinion that he exists or not. He is interested in changing us. And only those prepared for that challenge will ever find Him”.

    what do you think of that quote?

    • Hi John. All I can say is AMEN! Well said, Dr. Tomlin. All I’d add is that coming to the self-existing God means new life. The change that’s needed in me is not just behavior. It is a total transformation of heart, soul, mind, and body only made possible by union in Jesus Christ. Only the Triune God can do that! Great quote, John. Thanks for sharing it with your fellow-journeyers. Keith

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