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Shift & The Silly Little Bleater

I think this blogger is right (http://da.rryl.me/2012/eschatology-in-the-last-battle/) in saying that The Last Battle is not a parallel of the Book of Revelations. If we treat it as a simple allegory of Lewis’ eschatological views, we’ll miss the brilliance of his work. 2,167 more words

August Book Haul

Hi. This month I only bought a few books. 5 to be exact. I got them all for quite cheep.

First, I got League of Strays by L. 266 more words

Book Haul

"Into the Region of Awe" by David C. Downing: A Review

For some time I have suspected that David Downing was on to something here. Part of what I’m doing in researching C.S. Lewis is to see what is at the core of who he was as a Christian—not just what believed, but the thoroughgoing centre of his faith and life. 974 more words

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A Road to Minas Tirith

Some time ago (and not so very long ago at that) I thought Narnia and Middle Earth were real places. I didn’t just think they were real . 313 more words

Thoughts

The Last Battle, idols and doors.

 “I see what you’ve done. Now see what I’ve done. I’ve opened a door before you that no one can slam shut. You don’t have much strength, I know that; you used what you had to keep my Word.

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