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  • Jeff Cheadle

    Contributing sermons since Nov 7, 2005
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StoneBridge Community Church
Simi Valley California , 93063
805.526.5475

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  • C. S. Lewis' The Problem Of Pain

    Contributed on Dec 20, 2005
    based on 11 ratings
     | 6,809 views

    C. S. Lewis’ offers his insight on the problem of evil: "How can a wise, loving, and all-powerful God allow his creatures to suffer?"

    The Life & Legacy of C. S. Lewis #6 “The Problem of Pain” Romans 8.18-28 I’ve always been intrigued by the opening lines of books. (There is Charles Dickens’ “It was the best of times. It was the worst of times.” Rick Warren begins The Purpose-Friven Life with “It’s not about you.” M. Scott ...read more

  • C. S. Lewis' The Great Divorce

    Contributed on Dec 9, 2005
    based on 23 ratings
     | 7,968 views

    An examination of C. S. Lewis’ view of Heaven and Hell in The Great Divorce and The Problem of Pain.

    The Life & Legacy of C. S. Lewis #5 “The Great Divorce” Matthew 7.7-13 This weekend we’re continuing our series on The Life and Legacy of C. S. Lewis by turning our attention to one of his most intriguing works of fiction, The Great Divorce. The title The Great Divorce is a twist on William ...read more

  • C. S. Lewis' The Screwtape Letters

    Contributed on Dec 2, 2005
    based on 18 ratings
     | 8,005 views

    An exploration of the nature of sin and temptation in C. S. Lewis’ The Screwtape Letters.

    C. S. Lewis #4 “The Screwtape Letters” Luke 4.1-13 C. S. Lewis’ book The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe begins with the premise that a wonderful world called Narnia has fallen under the spell of an evil witch who has usurped the role of Narnia’s rightful Ruler and set herself up as Queen. ...read more

  • C. S. Lewis' Mere Christianity (Part 2)

    Contributed on Nov 18, 2005
    based on 10 ratings
     | 2,845 views

    A summary of the "Christian Behavior" section of C. S. Lewis’ classic Mere Christianity

    The Life and Legacy of C. S. Lewis #3 “Mere Christianity (part 2)” Philippians 2.1-13 C. S. Lewis’ book Mere Christianity is important not only because of the way it articulates what Christians believe (and why) but how we are to behave (and why). In fact twelve chapters of the book are ...read more

  • C. S. Lewis' Mere Christianity (Part 1)

    Contributed on Nov 14, 2005
    based on 12 ratings
     | 3,127 views

    A summary of the first half of C. S. Lewis’ Mere Christianity including Right and Wrong as a Clue to the Meaning of the Universe and What Christians Believe

    The Life and Legacy of C. S. Lewis #2 “Mere Christianity” (part 1) Mark 8.27-31 C. S. Lewis’ Mere Christianity was originally delivered as a series of radio talks over BBC during the height of World War II. The idea for the broadcasts came from J. W. Welch, an Anglican priest who was religion ...read more

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  • Every Time You Are Making A Choice, You Are ...

    Contributed on Nov 18, 2005
    based on 5 ratings
     | 400 views

    “Every time you are making a choice, you are turning the central part of you, the part of you that chooses, into something a little different than it was before. And taking your life as a whole, with all your innumerable choices, all your life you are slowly turning this central thing either into a ...read more

  • For A Long Time I Used To Think This A Silly, ...

    Contributed on Nov 18, 2005
    based on 3 ratings
     | 274 views

    "For a long time I used to think this a silly, straw-splitting distinction: how could you hate what a man did and not hate the man? But years later it occurred to me that there was one [person] to whom I’ve been doing this all my life– namely myself. However much I might dislike my own cowardice or ...read more

  • Good And Evil Both Increase At Compound ...

    Contributed on Nov 18, 2005
    based on 5 ratings
     | 352 views

    "Good and evil both increase at compound interest. That is why the little decisions you and I make every day are of such infinite importance. The smallest good act today is the capture of a strategic point from which, a few months later, you may be able to go on to victories you never dreamed of. ...read more