Till We Have Faces

Till We Have Faces

Till We Have Faces Or in this case, Till We Have Facials. Yes, my book club discussed the book Till We Have Faces under facial masks. (They would not let me post a picture of us!) No surprise: while tight and awkward, the masks restricted movement but not our ability...
The Space Trilogy

The Space Trilogy

My C. S. Lewis Book Club read the Space Trilogy over the summer, one book per month. (Well, it took me until late October to actually finish the third book, but at least I started it in August.) The 3 stories follow the adventures of an English professor, Dr. Ransom,...
Miracles

Miracles

Do miracles exist? So do we really need to talk about this?  It seems pretty simple to me. But apparently, it’s a deep theological question worthy of debate, because a lot of smart people have written really long books about it. The existence of miracles is the...
The Four Loves

The Four Loves

Ralph Waldo Emerson wrote, “All the world loves a lover.” I think that’s true. We, as humans, are obsessed with love: finding love, falling in love, staying in love. Loving children, animals, hobbies, friends, family, God–the list is endless....
The Great Divorce–Musings About Entering Heaven

The Great Divorce–Musings About Entering Heaven

I just finished reading my third C. S. Lewis book this year. While I always expect a certain writing style and level of vocabulary when I read Lewis, this book proved that I can never exactly predict how one of his books will hit me. I liked it (I always like Lewis),...
Surprised by Joy: The Shape of My Early Life

Surprised by Joy: The Shape of My Early Life

It happened–first C. S. Lewis Book Club meeting. We stepped into Jack Lewis’ life as heartbroken son, withdrawn schoolboy, presumptuous intellectual, humbled believer. Our club was a success! Encouragement, challenge, introspection, light! Just like I...

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