Monthly Archives: September 2011

Love, Actually: Pat Robertson vs. C.S. Lewis on Real Love

Recently Pat Robertson has hit the media with a crazy statement. Some of you may not be surprised. When he’s not calling on American military to perform an assassination or suggesting that the gay pride parade in Orlando might be … Continue reading

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A Virtual Mentor: My Review of the C.S. Lewis Class at RTS by Knox Chamblin

Admittedly, I’ve never written a review for a class before. To me, there is something crassly consumeristic about treating a classroom like a CD or a book, to be bought, sold and traded. But, with the invention of iTunesU—an online … Continue reading

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Falling Towers and Failing Courage: The Sleeping Giant a Decade after 9/11

As the decade after 9/11 closes I am struck not by the strength of America in the face of great adversity, but weakness: economic chaos, political stalemates, global paranoia, leaderless disarray, military discord and the frenetic clutching of a culture … Continue reading

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Thoughts With An American Lady: Thinking About Lewis’ Late-in-Life Letters

Not long after beginning Letters to An American Lady, I blogged about C.S. Lewis and the Art of Letter Writing. By the tenth letter in the volume I knew that Lewis found writing letters to his fans to be a … Continue reading

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And The Greatest of These…: A Review of C.S. Lewis’ Four Loves

The Four Loves is one of Lewis’ last Christian book and of his popular nonfiction, the one closest to his field of study. His Allegory of Love (1936) was the most popular of his work in literary criticism and was … Continue reading

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