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Willful

This verse, in either location, is merely a confirmation of willful disobedience.  Contrast this with John 3 (which I won’t retype here).  In John 3 there is nothing about behavior, nothing about actions we must take.   370 more words

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The Screwtape Letters

I’ve been amazed at the wisdom of C.S. Lewis ever since I read The Chronicles of Narnia series in sixth grade. So after hearing many good things about… 338 more words

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The Screwtape Letters

When I read The Screwtape Letters years ago I loved it. C.S. Lewis is a first-rate Christian apologist and an incomparable stylist.

What is an apologist? 381 more words

Responses To Plays

A World of Deception

We’re living in a world where people cut corners whenever they can.  After a while, scamming the system becomes a way of life.  That doesn’t work on the spiritual level.   195 more words

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Response to Screwtape: On Faith

I’ve recently started reading The Screwtape Letters by C.S. Lewis. A friend recommended it to me a while ago but I never got around to it. 803 more words

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Porn is accepted

Porn is accepted, don’t you think?  According to the demand and the stats, you would think so.  Generally, I would sum up pornography as images of what was created (originally) to be private and precious moments, which were never meant to be projected on the world’s screen.   308 more words

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The Transformative Power of Memory: Lewis and the World Wars

The first reader of C.S. Lewis’ autobiography, Surprised by Joy, might be puzzled by the fact that WWI—the catastrophe that decided the fate of so many of Europe’s great thinkers and artists and inventors—makes up very little of Lewis’ narrative. 1,254 more words

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