C.S. Lewis–A Life by Alister McGrath

This is a book written by someone who discovered Lewis through his writings, for others who have come to know Lewis in the same way. … Why so? As Lewis emphasized throughout the 1930s, the important thing about authors is the texts that they write. What really matters is what those texts themselves say. Authors [Read More...]

Recent Reads, Twitter Style

I did this a while ago at my place, and since my to-do list is longer than my arm and I’ve taken to referring to myself as a one-armed paper-hanger, I thought I’d use it here, too. The Pope and the CEO: John Paul II’s Leadership Lessons to a Young Swiss Guard by Andreas Widmer [Read More...]

Great Opening Lines – C. S. Lewis

The first lines to the preface of On Stories and Other Essays on Literature by C.S. Lewis. “You can’t get a cup of tea large enough or a book long enough to suite me,” said C. S. Lewis. … He certainly meant what he said, for at that moment I was pouring his tea into [Read More...]


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