Did C. S. Lewis Get It Wrong?

A Newly-Transcribed Manuscript Corrects the Chronology of C. S. Lewis’s Theistic Conversion For me it all began, not with a picture, but with an overheard conversation. Last summer, while at the delightful Marion E. Wade Center doing research for a book project on Till We Have Faces, I eavesdropped a discussion concerning an unpublished manuscript by C. S. Lewis that had been labeled as an...
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A World Aflame with Words

A World Aflame with Words: Musing on Malcolm Guite’s “On being told my poetry was found in a broken photo-copier” Note: By day, I work as a high school English teacher, regularly cajoling, threatening, wooing, enticing, bribing, and even tricking teenagers into reading thoroughly and, if and when at all possible, enjoying their reading, especially poetry. As such, I covet such kind thoughts...
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Fr. Scott Irwin: In Memoriam

It is with deep sadness that I pass along news of the passing of the Rev. Scott Irvin.  Those of you who have joined us at Camp Allen anytime in the last eight years will remember this warm, gregarious, and gentle man with his ready smile and his twinkling eyes. While we rejoice that he now lives in the light of the Son of God, we mourn, though with hope, for his wife Janice, his family, and for...
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Mere Christians Letter

Dear Colleagues, Friends and Family, I hold in my hot little hands the first copy of the long-awaited fruit of our labor. Mere Christians: Inspiring Stories of Encounters with C. S. Lewis has arrived at the publisher, who’s passed on one copy. A thousand thanks to the many of you who contributed (or wanted to), listened to me rant and rave, prayed, asked, booked me to speak (or may want...
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Thank You Redux

A friend passed along this link. Yes, exactly. Perhaps you’ll want to take a little look and give it a small try: http://www.worshiphousemedia.com/index.cfm?hndl=details&tab=MM&id=11695 You can also find a link over there on the sidebar~~~>
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