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Further Up and Further In: Time and Timelessness

In “The Last Battle” – the final instalment of “The Chronicles of Narnia,” C.S. Lewis completes his rich imagination of a world beside our own that defies our… 777 more words


63–69: The Chronicles of Narnia

Less preachy than the Out of the Silent Planet sequels.

OK, so it’s obvious why nobody is ever going to employ me as a tagline writer.

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Ending It

Starting now the third year for my Religion & Story blog, I think it is the perfect time to talk about endings.

Ending a creative work—knowing when and how—is possibly the hardest task an artist or writer is faced with. 698 more words


Scripture Study: Joshua 5:10-15

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First Passover in Canaan

10 While the people of Israel were encamped at Gilgal, they kept the Passover on the fourteenth day of the month in the evening on the plains of Jericho. 1,183 more words


farther up farther in

Sitting by the ocean. A peacefulness I can not explain washes over me. Everything in the world quiets. In that moment of sitting by the water, staring out into the ocean, watching the waves roll in, smelling the salt air and the sandy beach, all the world seems to fade away. 689 more words

Rebels Review: S3E6 "The Last Battle"

Lewis: So another week, another Rebels episode. This time we were thrown back into the Clone Wars when Rex, Kanan, Ezra, Zeb, and Chopper find an army of droids that weren’t shut down. 694 more words