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“Screwtape Proposes a Toast”: A Discussion on All About Jack

Nearly two decades after the work that secured his fame as a public Christian intellectual, C.S. Lewis wrote a follow up to The Screwtape Letters. Lewis never thought Screwtape was worth the fuss, and he struggled to write from the demonic perspective in the … Continue reading

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Truth Claims ≠ Violence

Truth be told, I am a false positive extrovert. At least at parties. Even when I know the people and place pretty well, I have great anxiety at breaking into conversation circles. But this was a faculty event, a room … Continue reading

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The Prophetic Critique of Malcolm Guite

As I posted this week, Canada’s broadcaster, the CBC, included a two-part documentary on C.S. Lewis and the Inklings on its award-winning Ideas programme. As a Canadian, I was fortunate to be able to listen to this documentary live–while I … Continue reading

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Link: Screwtape Proposes a Toast from the Saturday Evening Post (1959)

Nearly two decades after the work that secured his fame as a public Christian intellectual, C.S. Lewis wrote a follow up to The Screwtape Letters. I have read that Lewis was repeatedly asked to create a Screwtape sequel, but it … Continue reading

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Great Links: Allusions in “The Screwtape Letters” and Popular Authors on Lewis

Anyone with a bit of knowledge of English literature who picks up The Screwtape Letters knows that beneath the letters there is a wealth C.S. Lewis’ own reading. There are always echoes of the canon of literature in Lewis’ work, … Continue reading

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