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C.S. Lewis: "The present is the point at which time touches eternity."

“The present is the point at which time touches eternity. Of the present moment, and of it only, humans have an experience which God has of reality as a whole; in it alone freedom and actuality are offered them” … 6 more words

Religious/Theological Reflections

May Read: C. S. Lewis's "The Screwtape Letters"

Ever start a good book but never get around to finishing it?

“That’s just crazy talk,” say all the bibliophiles. I know, I know…crazy!
The first time I picked up… 105 more words

Book Of The Month

"Woman, you are set free from your ailment."

One of my favorite lines in C.S. Lewis’ writing comes from The Screwtape Letters, when we are told about God: “He relies on the troughs even more than on the peaks; some of His special favourites have gone through longer and deeper troughs than anyone else.” When we’re in the midst of a trough or valley in our lives, be it interpersonal, financial, spiritual, whatever, it is hard to remember that God relies on the troughs to show us more of Himself and more of our need for Him. 739 more words

Friday Giveaway! Enter to Win a Pair of Tickets to The Screwtape Letters, Plus a $50 Gift Card to Aria Tuscan Grill!

After a week of wet, dreary weather, we could all use some sunshine, right? We do┬áhave something that could brighten your day. It’s Friday Giveaway… 219 more words


Letters to the Editor in Response to C.S. Lewis' "Dangers of National Repentance"

On Palm Sunday, March 17th, 1940, C.S. Lewis wrote to his brother who was at war in France. C.S. Lewis had had an article appear in… 1,729 more words

C.S. Lewis

"... for we ourselves forgive everyone indebted to us."

“Men are not angered by mere misfortune but by misfortune conceived as injury.” ~ C.S. Lewis, The Screwtape Letters

Most of the time, I would consider myself a pretty forgiving person. 556 more words

The Illustrated Screwtape Letters - C.S. Lewis

A C.S. Lewis story I had not read before, this satirical novel was brilliant, and definitely timely for me personally. The 31 chapters are each an individual letter from Screwtape, a senior devil, to Wormwood, a junior devil whose job it is to keep his “patient”, a newly converted Christian man, from getting too deep into things with the Enemy; aka God. 186 more words