The ScrewTape Letters

3 Classics Every Christian Should Read

The Screwtape Letters by C. Lewis The Screwtape Letters by C. Lewis is a classic masterpiece of religious satire that entertains readers with its sly

An under appreciated C.S. Lewis book that is one part Lost, one part Narnia, and one part Inferno.

The Great Divorce

'The Great Divorce' by C. Lewis ---- C. Lewis takes us on a profound journey through both heaven and hell in this engaging allegorical tale. Using his extraordinary des.

The book that taught me (among other things) that Christianity is not about ignoring your intellect.

This is the final podcast in our three-part series on C S Lewis’ Mere Christianity. It covers the last Section of the book, Book IV, which focuses on the Christian doctrine of the Trinity and…

One of the most honest and open explorations of grief I have ever read. If you haven't visited those dark moments of the soul, it may not make sense to you. This book is like reading the inside of my soul.

25 Books That Will Make You a Better PersonA Grief Observed

This book ought to be read slowly and thought about a great deal.  CS Lewis was a brilliant man.

good overview of a favorite book. Lewis on Suffering and What It Means to Have Free Will in a Universe of Fixed Laws

"I can't imagine someone really enjoying a book and reading it only once." --CS Lewis

Rereading books is the only way to pick up on all those things you missed the first time!

Another great C.S. Lewis book, "Till We Have Faces". Really great, one of my favorites!

Till We Have Faces: A Myth Retold. The author's favorite book he wrote. Reread it last summer after twenty years. A true classic, in my book.

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"Course he isn't safe. But he's good. He's the King, I tell you. Beaver, answering one of the Pevensie children's question about whether or not the lion Aslan was safe (Aslan represents God in the allegorical series The Chronicles of Narnia)

"Comer y leer son dos placeres que combinan admirablemente" - C.S.Lewis

21 Bookish Quotes for a Rainy Day

This is why CS Lewis and Tolkien were friends... they saw the same Truth.

"We must go on and take the adventure that comes to us" from 'The Last Battle' the last of the Narnia books, written by C.

Simini Blocker; quote by C. S. Lewis #books #quotes

Simini Blocker : "You can never get a cup of tea large enough or a book long enough to suit me.

A look at the ancient history of morality, its inherent nature, and what happens when we try to "re-write" this universal law.

A look at the ancient history of morality, its inherent nature, and what happens when we try to "re-write" this universal law. - His eight laws Tao: Universal moral code

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