The Question of God: The Conversation

By Timothy R Butler | Posted at 5:11 AM

Starting tomorrow and running for four weeks, the Philosophy and Religion departments at Lindenwood are going to be doing a set of “coffee conversations” based on the Question of God, which I've mentioned before on asisaid (part 1, part 2). I'm really looking forward to this live version of the panel discussions from the program. It should be a lot of fun.

They offered it for course credit if you read Mere Christianity and the Future of Illusion and write on the two contrasting books/authors. I plan to do this. I've read the former book previously, but this will be my first pass at anything by the good doctor. I'll let you know how Freud goes.

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Re: The Question of God: The Conversation

The Future of Illusian should be interesting.

Posted by Pressed - Mar 02, 2005 | 1:59 PM- Location: MO

Re: The Question of God: The Conversation

Mere Christianity was excellent, but then again I find most things by CS Lewis excellent :)

Posted by Flip - Mar 03, 2005 | 9:52 PM- Location: Sweden

Re: The Question of God: The Conversation

How true, Flip! I’ve been reading the Screwtape Letters for fun, recently. :-)

Posted by Timothy R. Butler - Mar 04, 2005 | 5:20 AM- Location: Missouri

Re: The Question of God: The Conversation

Ooooh, I loved those! I even downloaded them as an Audio-book, with John Cleese (spelled?) reading them, which really added a lot. His way of giving the characters life, and his accent were great :)

Posted by Flip - Mar 04, 2005 | 8:14 AM- Location: Sweden

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