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The Forscoff Lectures: A Greek Hope

The CiRCE Institute was kind enough to publish this piece entitled, “The Forscoff Lectures: A Greek Hope.” This will be a series of essays modeled after C.S. 866 more words


Taking Life & The Life Giver

The Lord will fight for you; you need only be still. Exodus 14:14

The Facebook share started with “Wanna kill yourself?”.

I was immediately and uncomfortably drawn in.   2,052 more words


The Fight For Light: Spiritual Darkness and Deserts

Dryness. Exhaustion. Being burnt out. We all have encountered these unpleasant emotions in some form or another. Whether it is a sudden loss of interest in a sport we were once passionate about, an abrupt decrease in motivation to work hard at our schools or at our jobs, or even when a friend becomes unexpectedly exasperating to us, we all have experienced it. 1,038 more words

Faith And Apologetics

"I'm a Sad Ass at the Moment" C.S. Lewis' Words with Sr. Penelope (From the Vault)

I have had a terrible, horrible, awful week. Though it moved in and out relatively quickly, I had a version of the flu I would not wish on anyone, and now I have a week of catching up to do. 1,411 more words

C.S. Lewis

The Terrible, Awful, Not-Really-So-Very-Bad Day

I grumbled down the road, mad at my children for not being happy. Why can’t you just be happy? Why do you have to whine about everything? 1,919 more words

Fun With Stats 1: Lessons on Growth from 5 Years of Blogging

One of the critical advantages of WordPress is that it offers the blogger tools for calculating their impact. It is also one of its critical weaknesses as the analytics are limited to daily visitor and hit counts, as well as a sense… 1,897 more words

C.S. Lewis

Laughing at Demons: Why You Should Read The Screwtape Letters

On second page of The Screwtape Letters, C. S. Lewis provides a framework for reading his work—

“The best way to drive out the devil, if he will not yield to texts of Scripture, is to jeer and flout him, for he cannot bear scorn.”—Luther… 1,485 more words