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On Telling People’s Stories: Thoughts with Abigail Santamaria on “Joy”

I have just finished reading a biography on the life of a minor American poet who had an affair with her professor and bullied her way through her first editorial job. She was a radical Marxist who used her film … Continue reading

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Note: Chance to Win JOY by Abigail Santamaria Before It Ships!

I wanted to let all readers of A Pilgrim in Narnia know about this contest at Essential C.S. Lewis. Santamaria has written the most extensive biography of the woman who captured C.S. Lewis’ heart and tugged out his imagination into … Continue reading

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“Locking Horns With C.S. Lewis” by Antony Flew

In There is a God (2007), Antony Flew tells the story of his philosophical conversion from atheism to deism, and finally to theism. Flew became famous as an atheist with this little paper, “Theology and Falsification” (1950), where he argued that … Continue reading

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Lewis Finds at the Graveside of a Bookstore

In the glorious sunshine of an early Spring, I tripped down Barrington Street in Halifax with my family. We left the Discovery Centre–the Grossology exhibit was a hit with my son–and moved toward the historic sandstone building occupied by John … Continue reading

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