Great Sermon! thanks brother justice for this important study, well done.
Great Sermon! Excellent! Thank you for being a true shepherd of the flock. Anyone who doesn 't believe in the inerrancy of scripture, nor the blood atonement of Christ cannot be a Christian.
Michael Schuck (2/26/2014)
Great Sermon! Dear Pastor Laurence Justice,
thank you so much! Praise the Lord! All ist true, and I can totally agree to it.
Sincerely in Christ Jesus,
Great Sermon! GLAD TO GET THIS INFO.I HEAR SO MANY PEOPLE QUOTING THIS Man not knowing what he believes.thank you for this message.
Stacy Harp (9/3/2013)
Thanks for actually prepping a sermon First, let me commend you for being one of a few pastors who actually take time to prepare a well thought out sermon. You're a rare bird in that regard. :) Second, thanks for sharing actual quotes from CS Lewis through out your message. I, personally, have never been a fan of Lewis. I can't stand fantasy writing and the one book I have read of his, A Grief Observed, I didn't think was "all that". I am familiar with his famous quote about Jesus being a liar, lunatic or the Lord and I was hoping you would address that quote. However, the fact that you exposed his heresy and the fact that he lived in sin with a woman, is enough for me to tell my radio audience about him. You may consider getting this sermon transcribed, I would share it if you do.
Michael Hranek (6/27/2013)
from Endicott, New York
Highly Recommend! Brother Justice, I appreciate your sermon, and thank God for it. I know it is one that I will benefit from listening to again to take it all in. It is not only a well needed warning of C.S. Lewis but brings some excellent teaching on the false teachings that capture the lost as well as Biblically ignorant and guilible church attenders, and helps me to better understand things I need to be praying for and about, and how I might talk to people about people like C.S. Lewis and other false teachers along with the excuse people give for believing the well disquised and subtle errors pretending to be genuine Christianity.
balanced? I like what John Piper has to say about Lewis in his balanced sermon: Lessons from an Inconsolable Soul
http://www.desiringgod .org/resource-library/biographi es/lessons-from-an-inconsolable -soul
George W. Smith (9/2/2012)
Great Sermon! Praise God for those who defend the truth!!!
Lissa, Australia (8/27/2012)
I can believe this sermon! 20years ago I still remember being in a Christian bookshop when a man came up and pointed out CS Lewis "Mere Christianity" was what made him a Christian, so I bought and read the book, all the time reading it thinking to myself "what was it that was so great to turn this man to being a Christian?" because I just didn't get it and never recommended this book to anyone ever since. So listening to this sermon validates why the book was nonsense to me. Thank you or rather thank you Holy Spirit for teaching me and leading me into all truth.
Great Sermon! Thank you!! Finally, a godly minister that dares to speak the truth about C.S. Lewis!! It has always amazed and sadened me that ministers will quote and DEFEND this false teacher. It appears there is little spiritual discernment in our churches in these last days. Lewis should NEVER be quoted from the pulpit in a positive way. God bless you for speaking the truth!!
Rick D'Andrea (8/20/2012)
from Saskatchewan, Canada
Great Sermon! My Baptist church actually held an adult Sunday school class praising C.S. Lewis as a fine Christian. Our pastor would quote C.S.L. in his sermons with no warning...I no longer attend this church. Satan is indeed the prince of this world. Thank you for this message.
Informative! I pray that many more Christians hear this sermon! God bless!
Great Sermon! Yes after seeing a movie that was based on his book I realized there was absolutely. nothing Christian about it and having. Satyrs. In the movie I believe it is a fullfillment of Isaiah 34. BTW the Lord showed me that the there are only 2 generations in the Bible the generation of the righteous and the generation whose teeth are swords that want to devour the poor and needy...which accordind to the Greek OT are the humble and the penitant! (Brentons)
Great Sermon! if ur truly born again go to this guys church website & research his doctrinol statement...very vague brothers...be bereans
Very informative. Thank you! I have read some of his works and liked them but did think it odd that people from so many walks adore him, non-Christian alike. That's always a warning sign for me. I never researched his doctrinal position and am thankful for this work. God bless you!