drifting

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The reading continues with “Mere Christianity.”

C. S. Lewis has some things to say about faith.  And in this chapter there is a part where i think that he is right on target.  I agree that most people don’t lose faith because of any kind of honest argument against it where the believer is faced with a sound reason not to believe.  It is a moment of desire when belief in Christianity is inconvenient.  A moment when a mood can take us on a different course, as denial softly says that everything is still okay.  It is like a slow drifting away from the shore while one is sleeping and dreaming aboard a raft.  And so we need to have continual reminding of what we believe.

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