Living the Legacy of C.S. Lewis


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  • How To Pray, Ch 16: God the Iconoclast

    In this chapter of How To Pray, we have an excerpt from chapter 4 of A Grief Observed. As Lewis struggles with the pain of losing his wife, Joy – he calls her “H.”, for her other name was Helen – he goes back to his decades-old reflection upon Reality. What we imagine of God […]

  • Why Read The Four Loves?

    Unless one is walking around thinking about the vocabulary of the Greek New Testament, the title of Lewis’s book, The Four Loves, is arresting.  Love is love, right?   But if we take a moment to think about how we love, and how we talk about love, we realize that things are […]

  • The Inside is Bigger than the Outside

    On Christmas Day this year, our friend Brenton Dickieson published the following on his blog. Having enjoyed it myself, I had to pass it along to you: “Always winter and never Christmas.” This is the condition where we first discover Narnia in The Lion, the Witch, and The Wardrobe. It […]

  • That Woman – the Queen of Drum

    One of my favourite things to talk about at a C. S. Lewis Society meeting is what I call the forgotten stories of C. S. Lewis.  Lewis created many narratives in his lifetime, beside those in the Narnian Chronicles or the “Space Trilogy.” One of the best is “The Queen of […]

  • How To Pray, Ch. 15: Something Hard to Understand

    C. S Lewis was an intellectual.  Therefore, when he came to the Christian faith, he approached Christian belief intellectually.  It is no surprise that he ran into problems!  In Letter 11 of Letters to Malcolm – which is the substance of chapter 15 of How To Pray – Lewis […]

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