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CS Lewis on what it means to be God’s Chosen People from Miracles, the Grand Miracle

The mention of that nation turns our attention to one of those features in the Christian story which is repulsive to the modern mind. To be quite frank, we do not at all like the idea of a ‘chosen people’. … Continue reading

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CS Lewis on how the questions of the Protestant Reformation should have been handled

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CS Lewis Nature, Technology and Spirit

In the Walking on the Water we see the relations of spirit and Nature so altered that Nature can be made to do whatever spirit pleases. This new obedience of Nature is, of course, not to be separated even in … Continue reading

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Thoughts from CS Lewis’ Miracles for Ascension Day

In the Walking on the Water we see the relations of spirit and Nature so altered that Nature can be made to do whatever spirit pleases. This new obedience of Nature is, of course, not to be separated even in … Continue reading

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Christianity Scales

The only two systems in which the mysteries and the philosophies come together are Hinduism & Xtianity: there you get both Metaphysics and Cult (continuous with the primeval cults). That is why my first step was to be sure that … Continue reading

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How the Great Diver Shatters our Coma of Distraction

New Years People often ask me where I get my links and stories I share in sermons or on Facebook. One of my sources is an app called Pocket. Pocket is a way for people to quickly store articles they … Continue reading

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Helping Sensible People Believe the Crazy Stuff Christians Profess

Tim Keller and Pete Enns Any reader of my blog has a clue of how much I owe to Tim Keller, but only a clue. I follow his sermons, lectures, and books very closely. I’ve gained immensely from him. My … Continue reading

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