C. S. Lewis



The Audacity of Hallelujah

By David Michael Bruno

In his poem, “A Footnote to All Prayers,” C. S. Lewis insisted whenever we speak to God we must acknowledge, Read More ›

Trusting the Images: Vapor flirting and flitting

By David Mitchel

When the purport of the images—what they say to our fear and hope and will and affections — seems to conflict with the theological abstractions, trust the purport of the images every time. —C. S. Lewis, Letters to Malcolm: Chiefly on Prayer 52 (1963)

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