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Faith, Hope and Charity

Continuing my consideration of C. S. Lewis’s Mere Christianity, let’s turn now to questions of Faith, Hope and Charity (pages 112-129). These are known as the ‘theological virtues’ – and a virtue is a self-reinforcing good practice which we must choose to work at. 937 more words

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The Voyage of the Dawn Treader

I have a good friend who claims this is the best book in the Chronicles of Narnia series. I like her anyway. She is SO wrong. 279 more words

Lions that roar.

These last few weeks have been something else.

The tirade of revelation after revelation of the reality of the world we now live in feels like an assault to me. 907 more words

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What Life Has Taught Me About Friendship

When you consider that you can survive for a while without a lover or spouse, but it’s practically impossible to survive without a friend, it becomes easier to see how friendship is a bigger deal than romance. 93 more words

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"PURPOSE" -- Lent, Day 20

Life.
One of the greatest gifts I have been blessed with is the birth and life of my son.

Like most parents, I want the best for him. 387 more words

Education and the Longing For God

In his remarkable essay, “The Weight of Glory,” C.S. Lewis writes in an Augustinian vein about the human condition. We are created by God and for God. 664 more words

ASE... In Oxford

On Saturday, the program moved to Oxford for the week, where we’ll still be having classes and all of that jazz, except I won’t have my internship or my usual volunteer stuff. 1,180 more words