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c s lewis mere christianity albert camus the myth of sisyphus thomas moore the scared arts of life

C.S. Lewis: Mere ChristianityAlbert Camus: The Myth of SisyphusThomas Moore: The Scared Arts of Life

By: Amanda Myers and Melissa Lavender

the rival conceptions of god
The Rival Conceptions of God
  • “If you are a Christian you do not have to believe that all the other religions are simply wrong all through. If you are an atheist you do have to believe that the main point in all the religions of the whole world is simply one huge mistake.”
    • How does this make you feel?
    • Is it true or can it be looked at differently?
basics of lived christian faith
Basics of Lived Christian Faith
  • How does Lewis know that he’s right and millions of Muslims are wrong?
    • Or does he state they are wrong?
    • Or maybe he is pushing his beliefs to heavily on the reader?
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CivDfBifsCY&feature=related
the myth never ending world
The Myth: Never-Ending World
  • The story
    • Man who rolls the rock
    • Why do you think that this reading was placed within the religious section?
    • What is the writer contrasting between myth and religion?
little things in life
Little Things in Life

“The ordinary arts we practice every day at home are of more importance to the soul than their simplicity might suggest.”

~Why are the little, every day tasks important to our soul?

~And How do they help us?

the sacred arts of life
The Sacred Arts of Life

“Living artfully, therefore, might require something as simple as pausing. Some people are incapable of being arrested by things because they are always on the move.”

~ Do you feel this way about your life?

~ If you had paused before making a big decision would it have changed the outcome of it?

meaning of the moment
Meaning of the Moment
  • Moore feels that we should appreciate the sacred close at hand.
    • What is sacred to you?
    • Has there ever been an event in your life that has changed the way you live or view some aspect of life?

“ The most honest route may be the most difficult to take.”

~ Have you ever cheated on a test before?

~Was it easier then being honest?

~ How did that make you feel?


“ Dreams truly are the mythology of the soul and working with them forms a major piece in the project of making life more artful.”

~ Do you believe that dreams are the royal road to the soul?

works citied
Works Citied
  • Winthrop University, ed. The Human Experience: Who Am I?. 6th ed. Littleton, MA: Tapestry, 2009. Print.