In 4 min. or less, Greg answers questions on C.S. Lewis’s theology, evidence for God in creation, and someone identifying as gay.
Is the follower of Tash who is ultimately saved by Aslan at the end of The Last Battle evidence linking C.S. Lewis and inclusivism?
I understand the Scripture reference in Romans 1, but how do you argue logically that the evidence is plain and clear. And looking at the creation, I can conclude that there is a Creator, but I would never conclude just from nature that there is only one God, that Jesus is God's Son, that he died for my sins, and was resurrected.
Is it possible for someone to not identify as gay, but is actually gay?