Tag Archives: C. S. Lewis

Jesus Did Not Come to Make you Nice

God became man to turn creatures into sons: not simply to produce better men of the old kind but to produce a new kind of man. C.S. Lewis Continue reading

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On Christmas

Christmas Cards in general and the whole vast commercial drive called “Xmas” are one of my pet abominations; I wish they could die away and leave the Christian feast unentangled. Continue reading

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At Greater Risk of Death…?

Studies have shown that 100 people out of 100 will eventually die; nothing you do will increase or decrease your chances of dying. Continue reading

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The Second Coming

We are led to expect that the Author will have something to say to each of us on the part that each of us has played. The playing it well is what matters infinitely.
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Anger Management

In C. S. Lewis book, The Great Divorce, Lewis has a dream in which he finds himself on a bus ride from hell to heaven.  Along the way, he observes as various passengers on the bus either decide to turn … Continue reading

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