In one of the last letters which C.S. Lewis wrote, he lamented a debate he had had with Prof. Bertrand Russell about the arguments for the existence of God. Prof. Russell used Christ’s own words in the Olivet Discourse of Matthew 24 to make the claim that Christ was not divine, that He had no clue about the future, and that he was wrong generally. C.S. Lewis was unable to counter Prof. Russell’s argument and lost the debate. In a letter to a friend, Lewis described the verse which Russell used as “the most embarrassing verse in the Bible”. This eBook is a response to C.S. Lewis.
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