The Screwtape Letters: Notes 1

My British Lit class is finishing up the year with a reading of┬áThe Screwtape Letters. So far I’m enjoying it very much as it is not only witty but wise and convicting. Through Screwtape’s advice to Wormwood on how to keep Christians far from Christ, and non-believers from coming to Him, it is made abundantlyContinue reading “The Screwtape Letters: Notes 1”

Review: Till We Have Faces by C.S. Lewis

I knew Till We Have Faces would be good. After all, everything CS Lewis writes is pure prosaic and philosophical genius. But I didn’t anticipate the affects of its goodness. This one was one of those books where, after I finished, I sat in awe, not capable of anything more. Even two weeks after pickingContinue reading “Review: Till We Have Faces by C.S. Lewis”