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C. S. Lewis
A reflection on life, death, & faith in the midst of loss. A Grief Observed ebook now $2.99 bit.ly/AGriefObserved… pic.twitter.com/5Dzk6S4vdw
"The enemy will not see you vanish into God's company without an effort to reclaim you." ~The Collected Letters of #CSLewis, Volume III
"The devotee of culture is, as a person, worth much more than the status seeker." ~An Experiment in Criticism
"I do not think that all who choose wrong roads perish; but their rescue consists in being put back on the right road." ~The Great Divorce
Things you probably didn't know about C.S. Lewis' The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, via @mental_floss. bit.ly/1vSs89R
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"Surely what a man does when he is caught off guard is the best evidence for what sort of man he is?" ~Mere Christianity
"I don’t believe that good work is ever done in a hurry." ~The #CSLewis Bible
"I am almost coming to the conclusion that all histories are bad." ~The Collected Letters of #CSLewis
"I very keenly realise the dangers of hanging on too long for what might not come in the end." ~The Collected Letters of #CSLewis
"Do not blame a man for making slow progress to the North when he is trying to get to the East." ~Image and Imagination
"Niceness--wholesome, integrated personality--is an excellent thing." ~A Year with #CSLewis
"You can't see anything properly while your eyes are blurred with tears." ~A Grief Observed
SF Bay Area Friends, join the #CSLewis Society Book & Film Club this Wednesday, 8/13, for a discussion on 'Miracles': lewissociety.org/bookclub.php
Author Lev Grossman wonderfully describes the significance of C. S. Lewis's writing, via @TheAtlantic: theatlantic.com/entertainment/…
"At his most characteristic, medieval man was not a dreamer nor a wanderer. He was an organiser, a codifier, a builder of systems."
"Evil comes from the abuse of free will." ~The #CSLewis Bible
"You never know how much you really believe anything until its truth or falsehood becomes a matter of life and death to you."
If you read one thing today, make it C.S. Lewis on suffering and the question of free will j.mp/1unDQcK pic.twitter.com/7bWKlPPCHA
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Just a few days left to add The Weight of Glory to your bookshelf for 50% off + free shipping (U.S. only. Ends 7/28) cslewis.com/us/books/paper…
"You must keep on praying for light." ~Mere Christianity
In case you missed it: "J.R.R. Tolkien and C.S. Lewis's friendship will be the subject of a new film" insidemovies.ew.com/2014/07/16/j-r… / via @EW
If you've never read The Weight of Glory by #CSLewis, the paperback is now 50% off + free shipping until 7/28 (U.S.) cslewis.com/us/books/paper…
"A promise must be about things that I can do, about actions: no one can promise to go on feeling in a certain way." ~A Year with #CSLewis
Narnia fans, you can now enter The Silver Chair movie contest to name The Lady of the Green Kirtle: narnia.com/us/sweepstakes
This Space Trilogy fan wants to see the series turned into a movie. You can join his @Change campaign if you agree: change.org/petitions/make…
"In the perfect and eternal world the Law will vanish. But the results of having lived faithfully under it will not." ~The #CSLewis Bible
"You must begin to write something now, whether good or bad, in order to acquire a faculty of expression" ~The Collected Letters of #CSLewis
"I have seen great beauty of spirit in some who were great sufferers." ~A Year with #CSLewis
"Thirst was made for water; inquiry for truth." ~The Great Divorce pic.twitter.com/mc5v7DCiGP
"Nothing can seem extraordinary until you have discovered what is ordinary." pic.twitter.com/c2cEYsuofQ
We're celebrating the release of 4 #CSLewis titles in ebook format in the U.S. Which ones have you read? cslewis.com/promotion
On this day in 1917, #CSLewis enlisted in the British Army.
C.S. Lewis on the secret of happiness, in a letter to a child j.mp/1k2ztJ5 pic.twitter.com/G0j39Y9nuA
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"I do not believe one can settle how much we ought to give. I am afraid the only safe rule is to give more than we can spare."
During WW2, C.S. Lewis inspired a nation w/ his BBC talks. We remember his messages of hope on this D-Day anniversary bit.ly/1kD2IqI
"The devotee of culture is, as a person, worth much more than the status seeker." ~An Experiment in Criticism
"I should be glad if I sent any reader away with a new sense of responsibility to the language." ~Studies in Words
"Disobedience is not the way to get nearer to the obedient." ~The #CSLewis Bible
"A tree is known by its fruit; or, as we say, the proof of the pudding is in the eating." ~A Year with #CSLewis
"There has never been, and never will be, a radically new judgement of value in the history of the world." ~The Abolition of Man
"You can't see anything properly while your eyes are blurred with tears." ~A Grief Observed
By popular demand, here are all 8 parts to Douglas Gresham's interview on the man he knew as Jack: cslewis.com/blog/8-part-in…
Q: Was #CSLewis an introvert or an extrovert? Stepson Douglas Gresham answers (part 8 of 8): soundcloud.com/harperaudio_us…
"The man of the Middle Ages had many ignorances in common with the savages of more modern times..." #CSLewis
7 new #CSLewis classics are now brand new audiobook downloads from @HarperAudio (2 read by stepson Douglas Gresham) bit.ly/NewCSLewisAudi…
The Pilgrim's Regress by #CSLewis was published on this day in 1933: cslewis.com/us/books/paper…
Discover the books & authors that #CSLewis recommended to stepson Douglas Gresham as he was growing up (Part 7 of 8) soundcloud.com/harperaudio_us…