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CS Lewis Love vs. Kindness

By the goodness of God we mean nowadays almost exclusively His lovingness; and in this we may be right. And by Love, in this context, most of us mean kindness—the desire to see others than the self happy; not happy … Continue reading

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“To say that a stone falls to Earth because it is obeying a law makes it a man and even a citizen.” -C. S. Lewis

“To say that a stone falls to Earth because it is obeying a law makes it a man and even a citizen.”  -C. S. Lewis

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Crime and Disease, CS Lewis

For if crime and disease are to be regarded as the same thing, it follows that any state of mind which our masters choose to call ‘disease’ can be treated as crime; Lewis, C. S. (1994). God in the Dock. … Continue reading

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JBP’s interesting variant of CS Lewis’ “first things first”

If you try to be good, you might be good and, sometimes, happy. If you strive to be happy, you are unlikely to be good and you will rarely be happy, either. — Jordan B Peterson (@jordanbpeterson) February 11, 2018

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Malcolm Guite on CS Lewis

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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

http://blog.ayjay.org/the-most-incisive-commentary-on-todays-disputes-about-whether-muslims-and-christians-worship-the-same-god/ 

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