1. One way or another, Rod always found a way to bring whatever story he was telling back to the gospel and God's grace in Christ.
  2. The following poem was written by Tanner Olson to accompany 1517’s 2023 Advent Resources, The Clothing of the King. Advent begins this Sunday.
  3. In this piece Bob Hiller follows C.S. Lewis’ lead from Screwtape Letters and offers a sequel of his own.
  4. C.S. Lewis muses on joy in his spiriutal autobiography
  5. The life of C.S. Lewis' brother, Warren Lewis
  6. Theology and history go hand in hand in the real person of Jesus Christ, making the truth of the Gospels profoundly human and powerfully meaningful.
  7. The joy of which Lewis speaks is a deep yearning of the soul not unlike the nostalgia we feel upon seeing a favorite childhood object once again.
  8. Of all the Inklings, Williams was certainly the most enigmatic. His mind and body were always moving.
  9. In A Hobbit, A Wardrobe and a Great War, Loconte meticulously analyzes both Lewis and Tolkien with one eye on their immediate historical context and the other on their works, letters, and diary entries.
  10. Even at Lewis’ graveside, Havard was a faithful friend, and a friend full of faith in Christ, confessing his hope in the resurrection.
  11. Dyson demonstrated a pious persistence with Lewis, something we can emulate in our own friendships and conversations.