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Heaven on Earth

December 7, 2012

  I just received Josh Graves & Chris Seidman’s book, Heaven on Earth, in the mail today. I read the introduction and the first few pages at lunch and was thoroughly impressed by what the book offers in the opening sections. I cannot wait to sit down and read some more. The books invites us […]

Rise of the Guardians

November 22, 2012

Rise of the Guardians is the story of Jack Frost (Chris Pine) who is asked to join a group called the guardians. It is the guardians job to protect the children of the world. The group consists of Santa Claus (Alec Baldwin), the Tooth Fairy (Isla Fisher), the Easter Bunny (Hugh Jackman), and the Sandman. […]

Psalms Quotes

October 7, 2012

“Most emphatically the Psalms must be read as poems; as lyrics, with all the licenses and all the formalities, the hyperboles, the emotional rather than logical connections, which are proper to lyric poetry.  They must be read as poems if they are to be understood; no less than French must be read as French or […]

C.S. Lewis on Forgiveness

August 13, 2012

The above video is the incredible story of how a woman found healing, not in justice, but in forgiveness. The quote below is from an essay C.S. Lewis wrote on forgiveness. The entire essay can be found in the book The Weight of Glory. “We believe that God forgives us our sins; but also that […]

C. S. Lewis Resources

May 7, 2011

Websites C. S. Lewis Classics C. S. Lewis Foundation Into the Wardrobe Blogs C. S. Lewis Classics Living the Legacy Twitter C. S. Lewis Daily C. S. Lewis U Courses Life and Writings of C. S. Lewis Peter Kreeft on The Voyage of the Dawn Treader and C. S. Lewis

Blogging Lewis

May 7, 2011

The spring semester is coming to a close and I am looking forward to summer.  I have a lot on my plate this summer like church camp, VBS, vacation, etc., but these things do not require much reading.  Instead I am looking ahead to the fall semester when I will be taking a class on […]