Today marks fifty years since the passing of C.S. Lewis, as well as JFK and Aldous Huxley.
C.S. Lewis has been the most influential Christian writer in my spiritual journey. He has shaped my spirituality more than any other writer I know. I do not agree with all he says (when do we ever find such a person anyway?) — but he is absolutely a kindred soul. I also love his tales of pulling pranks on his dear hapless friends.
Except for Jesus, he will be the first one I speak with at length in Heaven.
Originally posted on Historical Jesus studies.: Here follows a list of quotes I’ve collected and compiled from over the last two or so years (my digital quote library is bursting at its edges!). There is no particular form that these…
Here it is, our parody of Landline, part two! In this thrilling conclusion, Tom Buskin and Steve Copper battle it out in the Famer’s Games. Will the two sort out their differences, or will they continue to fight for their land?