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The Abolition of Man Book Study

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  1. Introduction
    Lesson 1: Introduction (Preview Content)
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  2. Discussion of Lecture 1 (Preview Content)
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  3. Lessons & Discussions
    Lesson 2: The Abolition of Man in Context
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    1 Quiz
  4. Discussion of Lecture 2
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  5. Lesson 3: Men without Chests
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  6. Discussion of Lecture 3
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  7. Lesson 4: Moral versus Modern Education
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  8. Discussion of Lecture 4
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  9. Lesson 5: The Abolition of Man
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  10. Discussion of Lecture 5
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  11. Lesson 6: Lewis's Predictions Fulfilled in Three Ways
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  12. Discussion of Lecture 6
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  13. End of Course Test
    End of Course Test: The Abolition of Man
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  • Consider the responses of the tourists at the Falls of Clyde mentioned by Lewis in Chapter 1. When you see landscapes, nature, images of cathedrals or paintings in galleries, etc., what words initially come to your mind? What would the language of our responses look like if we intentionally chose words that reflect the inherent grandeur of God’s creation?
  • In Chapter 1, C. S. Lewis recognized that many different worldviews in the classical world operated according to a system of cosmic piety, such as Aristotelianism, Stoicism, and Christianity. What other worldviews, philosophies, or religions come to mind, both in the classical and modern world, that share cosmic piety?
  • What are some examples or ways in which modern education acts as propaganda, instead of propagating knowledge?