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End Games

“To us a human is primarily food; our aim is the absorption of its will into ours, the increase of our own area of selfhood at its expense.   170 more words

C.S. Lewis, gluttony and white bean dip

For our Lenten reading/discussion, a few of us read C.S. Lewis’s “The Screwtape Letters” (1941). I only made it to one discussion but I did enjoy reading this, especially the devil’s letter on gluttony. 498 more words

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My Thoughts on C.S. Lewis “The Screwtape Letters” Part 8

Letter 10 ‘The Friends One Chooses’

Screwtape is delighted to hear that Wormwood’s patient is making new acquaintances with people who do not ascertain to his moral beliefs; the type who belittle others, are highly skeptical and are superficially intellectual. 429 more words

C.S. Lewis

Adventures in Geekland: Book Collecting and C.S. Lewis

Warning: You are about to experience C.S. Lewis geekery brought to a new level.

Now, I have gone down this road before. After all, I travelled to New York city to spend four hours with a… 1,400 more words

C.S. Lewis

The Impossibility Called Love

 “Now the Enemy’s philosophy is nothing more nor less than one continued attempt to evade this very obvious truth. He aims at contradiction. Things are to be many, yet somehow also one. 377 more words

Dante for Lent

My failure to write for several weeks could be blamed on the fact that I’ve been writing papers for Lent. (All right, that isn’t true. Though the papers certainly have forced me to be more disciplined.) Actually, I began reading Dante for Lent. 311 more words

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IM with God

Email From God is an amazing little book. Click here to find it!

If IM with God were possible, I’m pretty sure I’d crash His computer. 661 more words

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