Reprinted with permission from Brett McCracken’s blog The Search It’s amazing what a week of focus, peace, quiet and no distractions can do for a writer. Being at the Kilns this past week has been that for me, and it’s paid off. I wrote two whole chapters in my book (I am now two chapters […]
The C.S. Lewis Study Centre
What Does “Mere Christianity” Look Like?
Reprinted with permission from Brett McCracken’s blog The Search “It is at her centre, where her truest children dwell, that each communion is really closest to every other in spirit, if not in doctrine. And this suggests that at the centre of each there is a something, or a Someone, who against all divergencies of […]
One of the Most Important Windows
Recently, we had the pleasure of hosting our friends and conference faculty members, Malcolm Guite and Diana Glyer, at the C.S. Lewis Study Centre at The Kilns. After their visit, Diana posted up a few photos of her stay. Upon seeing the photo of the window behind C.S. Lewis’ desk (reprinted here), Malcolm commented: Surely […]