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C.S. Lewis on How Friendship Reveals Christ

Friday is for Thinking

.          Yesterday, I read a quote from THE REFORMED PARISHIONER that showed the genius and insight of C.S. Lewis in a new way. 444 more words

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Book Review: War in Heaven

War in Heaven by Charles Williams

The discovery of an ancient holy relic in an English country church ignites the ultimate battle of good and evil in this deeply thoughtful metaphysical thriller… 624 more words


Booker High Team Brings 'Newtown at 100' to Sarasota Film Festival

A century of Newtown’s history will be showcased in a new documentary created by some of Sarasota’s youngest voices. Newtown at 100: A Glimpse Through Our Eyes… 408 more words


Poem of the Week: Sonnet VI

Greetings, all!

Today’s poet may need a little introduction. His name is Charles Williams and he was a British novelist, playwright, and theologian, as well as one of the integral members of the famous Oxford Inklings. 172 more words


Finding that Elusive Title: The Many Names of The Great Divorce

I am about 50/50 when it comes to titling my own work. Sometimes the title is patently obvious; other times it is a struggle to come up with a pithy phrase that captures what I’ve just written. 1,983 more words

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Introducing VII Volume 31

“Where do dragons come from? The origin of myths is We must answer that we do not know.”

These lines, handwritten in one of C.S. Lewis’s notebooks, are, to author and Lewis scholar Dr. 711 more words

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