Tag Archives: C.S. Lewis

The Individual and the State

When I was an undergraduate, I took a course entitled “Philosophic Issues,” which was basically an introduction to philosophy in a historical sequence. We started with Plato, reading a couple of the Socratic dialogues. And the professor informed us that … Continue reading

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Sticking to the Point

I’ve been reading through The Collected Letters of C. S. Lewis, Volume lll: Narnia, Cambridge, and Joy 1950-1963 lately. The flow of his correspondence from amiable acknowledgements to his readers to business exchanges with his publishers to the relaxed exchanges … Continue reading

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For the Spring Equinox

A friend quoted some lines about Aslan to acknowledge the Spring Equinox, and I almost went hunting for an “ordinary” image of a lion in order to make a graphic of the lines. And then I remembered that I already … Continue reading

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BBQ for Don Williams

My friend Donald Williams was out in the Los Angeles area in order to speak at a seminar sponsored by the Southern California C.S. Lewis Society. The seminar was most of the day on Saturday, and unfortunately I had a … Continue reading

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