Lewis reflects upon what he calls the new spirituality found in many Western societies and churches. It is a spirituality build on vision and experience rather than a specific doctrine or belief system. He explores its roots, meaning, and impact before comparing and contrasting it with Christian spirituality.
This article defines what true spirituality is: the pursuit of God and the things of God, through Christ, by the Spirit, in accordance with the Word. It takes its cue from Colossians 2 and 3.
Is there any one test that's better than the rest in determining whether someone is a true Christian? Martyn Lloyd-Jones believed there was, and suggested that it is the hope of glory in the face of death.
What is the place of experience in the Christian life? Experience should be subjected to the truth of God's Word; it cannot have a guiding or teaching function.