c.s. lewis

Books, Creation

On trees and C.S. Lewis


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At the risk of calling into question whatever status as a sane person I might possess, I recently read a book called The Hidden Life of Trees, by Peter Wohlleben. And it was one of the most fascinating, original, informative and imaginative books I have read in a long time. There is much going on

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A new book of poetry, by Joy Davidman


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I am back. I’m actually on the end of a stint in a hospital in Sydney last week, involving over four hours of surgery, and I now have another three weeks off work. I ask myself why I hesitate to share on that. I don’t mean to be in any way ungenerous in not sharing,

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A Friday post – revisiting Narnia


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I received CS Lewis’s Space Trilogy for Christmas, which I haven’t ever read before (shame on me) and am very much looking forward to reading, but I have decided to re-read all the Narnia books first. So I started on New Year’s Day and have finished The Magician’s Nephew and The Lion, The Witch and

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Why do we love CS Lewis


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I’m a bit behind, well a long way behind really, on some of what’s in my google reader, and I only just found this article, Why do we love C.S. Lewis and hate Rob Bell?. Like Challies, I appreciate this fellow asking and answering the question. It’s no secret on this blog that I read CS

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Random tweeting


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From Twitter: True friendship demands risk: giving someone something which they could humiliate you with. Writing as friendship. – Alain de Botton Spiteful words can hurt your feelings but silence breaks your heart. – C.S. Lewis

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