Tag Archives: C. S. Lewis

Do Dat Again!

“Do dat again!” is often the joyous plea of my Ari, my four-year grandson. It may be in response to me catching him and giving him “an uggy kiss” or chasing him while singing, Teckla says, a wrong version of … Continue reading

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The Real Enemy of Faith

In his essay “Religion: Reality or Substitute” C. S. Lewis gives what I think is the best explanation of the nature of faith and its relationship to reason. He asserts that in the New Testament the conflict is never between … Continue reading

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