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Today’s reading is neither poetry nor fiction but is prose of a different sort. It is one of C. S. Lewis’s great essays, one which
John Stott was scrupulous in attempting to do this. It was a key element of the respect that he garnered amongst those he debated or disagreed.
It is unavoidable. Each of us is motivated by many different desires and concerns: some positive, some negative, some altruistic, some self-oriented or even selfish.
It was a while back when I encountered this poem from the polymathic Lewis, that master of words and fantasies and reality. It is an
Sacred Treasure Did God Betray You? Really helpful piece about suffering and faith. We’re all sadists now: Carl Trueman on provocative but insightful form Tim
William Nicholson wrote Shadowlands, the play (which became the film) inspired by C.S.Lewis’s extraordinary testimony A Grief Observed. In it, he gave Lewis this lovely