The real question is why the spatial insignificance of the earth, after being known for centuries, should suddenly in the last century have become an argument against Christianity. I do not know why this has happened; but I am sure it does not mark an increased clarity of thought, for the argument from size is, in my opinion, very feeble
C. S. Lewis, 1898-1963, God in the Dock, Dogma and the Universe, (Wm. W. Eerdmans Publishing, 1970, p. 39).
How should we respond to the idea that the insignificance of the earth shows that God could not be interested in us? What are the assumptions here?
A La Carte (April 24)
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