Saturday, March 30, 2013

CS Lewis links.

Blogger is not allowing me to edit the links on the right side any longer so I will be putting the links here at least for now.

CS Lewis Quotes
CS Lewis- Wikipedia
CS Lewis Classics Web Site
The CS Lewis Foundation
New CS Lewis Biography- story by NarniaFans

These are a few that I have looked at.  Let me know what you think about them and about Screwtape Letters as well.

Monday, March 25, 2013

Screwtape on Easter

Thanks to Pastor Mike for this one.

James Emery White's Blog has a letter from Screwtape to his nephew Wormwood on the dangers of Easter:

Screwtape on Easter.

Saturday, March 23, 2013

New Book- The Screwtape Letters by C.S. Lewis

The new book is The Screwtape Letters by CS Lewis.  I must admit I might have used some influence to get this one in, but I have wanted to read it for a while and haven't gotten the chance. Natalie will be hosting this one in May.  We will need to move to the second Monday in May instead of the third.  This book is a glimpse into what goes on "behind the scenes" in the realm of the unseen, where demons and angels compete for human souls.  I am excited to be reading it and I hope you will be too.

Another Great Discussion

Thanks to Mr. Duncan for leading the discussion on Monday night.  It is interesting to talk about the country with many different perspectives in the room.  It is amazing to go through a book like this and see what a "treasure" Washington, DC is (thanks Pastor for that word).  I will post some links out on the site to the right side related to monuments in DC and will give the link to the map that Newt Gingrich put together on his site to point out the monuments in the book.  While this is a walking tour I think there would be better broken up into at least 3 different walks.  We talked about doing that in the discussion as a group and even opening to others.  Great idea I will put more information out on that although that may be in email.  Please pay attention to the links as it may have some things that I looked up based on what I saw in the book.