“So that is the outline of the official story—the tale of the time when God was the underdog and got beaten, when he submitted to the conditions he had laid down and became a man like the men he had made, and the men he had made broke him and killed him. This is the dogma we find so dull—this terrifying drama of which God is the victim and hero.”
I’m a sketching, writing, thinking, coffee drinking, Christian, husband, father, and professor. I lead the Center for Biblical Apologetics & Public Christianity at Cedarville University.
That sad moment when you put down a book in a bookstore, not because you're not interested, but because you have too many books to get to first sitting on your nightstand. Sigh. So little time. So many books.
THIS is the topic of my conversation tomorrow w @DanDeWitt at 6:38 a.m. central. For all my #CSLewis fans, this is your day. (paging @CSLCHSnMore) https://twitter.com/DanDeWitt/status/1197513884925599744
C.S. wrote his last letter on this date 56 years ago. He died the next day. It was to a child named Philip. They talk about Aslan.
C.S. Lewis penned his last letter on November 21, 1963, to a child. He died the next day. Here it is:
In a world where you can be anything be: