1. 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.
  2. Of all the Inklings, Williams was certainly the most enigmatic. His mind and body were always moving.
  3. 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.
  4. Even at Lewis’ graveside, Havard was a faithful friend, and a friend full of faith in Christ, confessing his hope in the resurrection.
  5. Dyson demonstrated a pious persistence with Lewis, something we can emulate in our own friendships and conversations.
  6. Thanks to Barfield’s opposition, several important things happened to C.S. Lewis.
  7. The issue is not the existence of so-called inner rings, but our desire and willingness to spend our lives in order to gain from an inner ring what is freely promised in Christ: hope, security, and identity.
  8. Lewis takes us to the planets to satisfy our cravings for spiritual adventure, which, as he says, “sends our imaginations off the Earth,” in the first place.
  9. In view of recent news events, Kelsi has Adam Francisco on to the theological implications of the existence of aliens and UAPs.
  10. The Holy Spirit isn’t so much the one you look at, as he is the one who turns you from looking at yourself and your sin to your Savior, Jesus.
  11. The story of salvation is the true story of God doing his unexpected work of salvation for us.
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