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More on C.S. Lewis

Just a short one tonight on my tribute to C.S. Lewis. In my mid-twenties I came across a book called “A Severe Mercy,” written by a man named Sheldon Vanauken. I’d never heard of Mr. Vanauken, but his book caught … Continue reading

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C.S. Lewis on Heaven

In honor of the 50th anniversary of the death of C.S. Lewis, I’m going to be posting a few of my thoughts about him and some of his more memorable quotes. This man has affected my life and thinking in … Continue reading

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We Have Not Followed Cleverly-Devised Fables…

Continuing the thread on ‘rebuttals to atheism,’ I want to address an, apparently, common belief among this group of people: That Christians (and perhaps other religious people) are deluded individuals who have centered their lives around beliefs that are nothing … Continue reading

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An “Owner’s Manual for Humans”

People who don’t believe that the Bible is truly God’s Word are always quick to point out things they find in the Bible that they don’t like. Basically, what people seem to like the least is that God calls himself … Continue reading

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