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A Brief Defense of C.S. Lewis (and Narnia)

Tom Baker as Puddleglum in the classic BBC production of The Silver Chair… One of my favorite Narnians

I still get comments from Christians who think… 209 more words

Fantasy Criticism

A Celebratory Snapshot of Narnia

As a little girl, I fell in love with the magical world that lies through the back of a wardrobe. The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe… 979 more words

Book Review

Take the Adventure That is Sent Us

Recently, I finished my yearly read-through of The Chronicles of Narnia. Each time I read them or listen to them, something new strikes me.

This time, the concept of  605 more words

YA Authors

Celebrating St Michael: Heavenly Battles

The images we have of angels tend to be light and fluffy, they sing in choirs to announce the birth of a very special child, they bring greetings of good news, they tend to weary travellers and protect children. 944 more words


Onward and Upward

Whether you find yourself here by choice or chance, I want to sincerely thank you for taking a few moments to look at my blog. Welcome! 422 more words


C S Lewis-equivocal evolutionist or closet creationist? Part 10 The Narnia Chronicles.

Creation, Evolution and Scientism in The Chronicles of Narnia

These are Lewis’ best known and best loved works. ‘The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe’ was published first, although… 1,974 more words

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C S Lewis-equivocal evolutionist or closet creationist? part 9-That Hideous Strength

That Hideous Strength

The title comes from an old poem about the Tower of Babel (Genesis chapter 11) in which proud, technocratic men sought to ‘make a name for themselves’ and displace the Almighty. 2,246 more words

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