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On June 26th, 1956, C.S. Lewis penned a letter to a girl named Joan. In the letter, he provides the following advice on writing:
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- Always try to use the language so as to make quite clear what you mean and make sure yr sentence couldn’t mean anything else.
Having not read the Psalms in many years and not having any real intention to in the near future, I still found this worth reading. I’ve read more of Lewis’s nonfiction than I have his actual fiction, never finishing his Narnia books. 142 more words
A professor of mine, Dr. Michael Ward (University of Oxford), recently wrote a timely article entitled, “C.S. Lewis and the Art of Arguing.” In light of how hostile and acrimonious debate can become on social media, I thought a couple of quotes from the essay might provide food-for-thought next time someone challenges your political or religious views: 120 more words