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...

Nothin’ to say

I usually post a new blog every Monday. It’s Thursday, and I’ve still got nothin’ to say. Nothing clever. Nothing funny. Nothing profound. Nothing news-worthy (not that I write about news, because who wants to meditate about that?) I look out at my...

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,...

The Abolition of Man (i.e. the end of real education)

C. S. Lewis Book Club book #9–The Abolition of Man. We read this slight but challenging volume in September as a seamless addendum to That Hideous Strength. Lewis was definitely on to something–he argues against a systematic and humanistic approach to...

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...

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