Jesus In His Own Words
In his famous book Mere Christianity,
C.S. Lewis makes this statement,
"A man who was merely a man
and said the sort of things Jesus said
would not be a great moral teacher.
He would either be a lunatic--
on the level with a man who says he is a poached egg--
or he would be the devil of hell.
You must take your choice.
Either this was, and is, the Son of God,
or else a madman or something worse.
You can shut him up for a fool
or you can fall at his feet and call him Lord and God."
- Learning To Have Strong Faith
- Reflect In Your Heart
- What King Is This?
- Why Shepherds?
- He Has Visited His People
- In The Fullness of Time
- What Man Is This?
- What Child Is This?
- What Babe Is This?
- Why Mary?
- The Tradition of ADVENT
- Joy - Part III
- Joy - Part II
- Joy - Part I
- New Things
- God Sees You
- Choosing One of Two Pains
- So... Who Are You, Lord? - PART III
- So... Who Are You, Lord? - PART II
- So... Who Are You, Lord? - PART I