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The Demonic and The Divine

I’m always impressed with how well C. S. Lewis can articulate truths about the human condition.  It’s uncanny to me.  I think it’s one big reason why I revisit his work, some of it often.  And he does it without … Continue reading

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Screwtape on Extremes

My daily New Testament reading for the last couple of weeks was the letter of Ephesians.  The letter, one that weaves the theological and the practical together the way the always should be, ends with a popular passage that casts … Continue reading

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Prayer and What You Bargain For

Way back at the end of November, I mentioned rereading The Screwtape Letters by C.S. Lewis.  And then I didn’t say much about it.  It took me a little longer than I intended (which has been the case in general … Continue reading

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