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Further Up, Further In

From The Last Battle by C. S. Lewis

It was the unicorn who summed up what everyone was feeling. He stamped his right forehoof on the ground and neighed, and then cried: 180 more words

Bits & Pieces

Guest Blog: C.S. Lewis Goes to Heaven: William O'Flaherty's Interview with David Clark

William O’Flaherty is the intrepid host of the “All About Jack” podcast and the Essential C.S. Lewis website. He interviewed Dr. David Clark, and includes that transcript here as part of our ongoing series on… 2,792 more words

C.S. Lewis

"There is a river whose streams make glad the city of God ..."

My favorite book in the Chronicles of Narnia series is the final one, The Last Battle. It is the conclusion of His story, the story of Aslan, and of all of creation joining Him in His country when our world passes away. 926 more words

The Chronicles of Narnia by C.S. Lewis

I finished my first two books of the year! They happened to be a part of a series I have been working on for eight plus years! 1,001 more words

Cerberus knows...

After making that sudden realisation that he’d unearthed a plan that had been sitting in his head for some time, he didn’t really know what to do. 157 more words

What Really Happened In The CLC Stories.

THE BREADTH OF THE HAIR: A Review

Brian Shelton, Prevenient Grace: God’s Provision for Fallen Humanity. Anderson, IN: Francis Asbury Press, 2014. xi + 283 pp., n.p., pbk.

John Wesley famously cracked that Calvinism was “within a hair’s breadth of the truth.”  One would not get any such impression from listening to either contemporary Calvinists or Arminians, who have been practicing polarization with great diligence ever since the passing of their respective masters. 511 more words

Donald Williams