C. S. Lewis quote about reason from Mere Christianity (1952) - I am not asking anyone to accept Christianity if his best reasoning tells him that the weight of the evidence is against it.
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Quotes by C. S. Lewis · Quotes from Mere Christianity · Quotes about reason · Quotes about religion · Quotes about Christianity · Quotes about evidence

I am not asking anyone to accept Christianity if his best reasoning tells him that the weight of the evidence is against it.

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Adapted from a series of BBC radio talks made between 1942 and 1944
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C. S. Lewis quote about reason from Mere Christianity (1952) - I am not asking anyone to accept Christianity if his best reasoning tells him that the weight of the evidence is against it.
C. S. Lewis quote about reason from Mere Christianity (1952) - I am not asking anyone to accept Christianity if his best reasoning tells him that the weight of the evidence is against it.
C. S. Lewis quote about reason from Mere Christianity (1952) - I am not asking anyone to accept Christianity if his best reasoning tells him that the weight of the evidence is against it.
C. S. Lewis quote about reason from Mere Christianity (1952) - I am not asking anyone to accept Christianity if his best reasoning tells him that the weight of the evidence is against it.