c.s. lewis

When Everything Seems in Ruins: Encouragement from C.S. Lewis – Christian Article

This guest post is from pastor and C.S. Lewis scholar Ryan Pemberton. *** When I get called in to speak, it’s either on the topic of C. S. Lewis or calling. That’s about all I’m good for, I like to joke (half-jokingly). The best is when I can share a bit on both. As a minister for university engagement in Berkeley, I’m often doing some combination of the two. And while C. S. Lewis is quoted as much as any…

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Narnia Promotes Paganism and Witchcraft (Part 2 of 2) — Paganism and Speaking with Familiar Spirits or Spirit Guides – End Times Christian Article

____________________________________ Paganism and Speaking with Familiar Spirits or Spirit Guides Is Found in Narnia Narnia Promotes Paganism and Witchcraft (Part 2 of 2) The Chronicles of Narnia stories are still popular today after their beginning in the 1950s. They have been made into several popular Hollywood films. Many Christians have embraced the books and treasured them along with other writings of C.S. Lewis. But, what is the reason for their continuing popularity? Could it be that they are more than just novels for…

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Fosse/Verdon Recap, “Providence” (Series Finale) – Christian Article

For eight weeks, FX is airing Fosse/Verdon, a limited series about iconic choreographer/director Bob Fosse and legendary dancer Gwen Verdon, his wife and creative partner. Besides being catnip for theater fans, their story raises thoughts and questions about love, art, sacrifice, exploitation, abuse, and other topics that are both timely and timeless. This series explores both the aesthetic aspects of the show and its handling of those topics. “Providence” is the only episode of Fosse/Verdon that’s not named after a song from…

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Saint George and the Dragon Age: Hic Sunt Dracones – Christian Article

C.S. Lewis, famous for ‘The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe’, stated in one of his non-fictional works,  ‘Mere Christianity’, ‘The moment you wake up, all your wishes and hopes for the day rush at you like wild animals. And the first job each morning consists in listening to that other voice, that point of view, letting that other stronger, quieter life come flowing in.’ In other words, our path toward being fully human involves a recognition each day that…

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