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Ten Childhood Characters That I'd Love To Revisit As An Adult

Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by the wonderful The Broke and The Bookish. This week’s list are ten childhood characters that we’d love to revisit as an adult. 247 more words

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Book List Progress: April 2016

We’ve come to the end of an unseasonably chilly April that brought the gift of much purposeful busyness. Due to this busyness, I completed reading only two books this month: Or… 596 more words

What I'm Reading

I thought I’d share some of my current reads. Right now I have a list about 6-7 books deep that I hope to get through before my wife’s due date of August 1. 476 more words


The Lewis Effect

I was raised in a Pentecostal home so it is quite funny that some of my major influences have come from the Anglican Church. 600 more words


Sermon: The Ships of Tarshish

In The Last Battle, the concluding book of C.S. Lewis’ Chronicles of Narnia, heaven comes crashing into earth. Aslan, the Christ-figure, returns and the characters see him face-to-face, and those who respond with joy are invited into the wide open country of salvation. 2,903 more words


The Letchcraft Toast: Discovered from the World of Screwtape

As readers of A Pilgrim in Narnia will know, I enjoy knocking about archives. Not long ago, I made a chilling discovery: what appears to be an audio recording of an internal gathering of strategically placed demons. 2,617 more words

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Myths and Lies

C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien are known as some of the best storytellers of all time. When they come together, us writers can learn a lot from the way they talk to each other and discuss their own philosophies. 87 more words

C.S. Lewis