C. S. Lewis View Of Religion: Religiosity And Religion

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In the Strategies for Reading and Writing, two essays were presented on the idea of religion: Theology and Religiosity and Religion. Theology is the study of God and nature of religion. C.S. Lewis questions the validity of faith based on experience. He explains the need for both theology and experience in a relationship with God. Theology helps outline and summarize the notations know or theorized about faith. Experience is personal, real and exciting. Together they present a deep understanding of one's religion. Will Herberg produced Religiosity and Religion, an essay written about the reality of religion in America. He disputes that religion is mostly about religion instead of the actual God. God, in present day, supposedly is considered
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