What Are We to Make of Jesus Christ?

Introduction: Summarizing is a condensation of the original text to its main points; the goal is to provide someone who has never read the original text with a brief, accurate, objective representation of the original’s content.

Directions: Read “What Are We to Make of Jesus Christ?” by C.S. Lewis. Summarize the text in your own words, but you may quote key phrases. Begin the summary with the author’s full name, the title of the text, and a summary statement of the author’s main points. A good summary is approximately one fourth the length of the original source, in this case about 500 words. Do not use first-person singular (I) or second person (you, your) anywhere in the summary. Use present tense verbs. To prepare for writing the summary, you should read the study questions for the essay “What Are We to Make of Jesus Christ?”)

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