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Pilgrim’s Regress

Better tell a lie, old chap, better tell a lie. Easiest for all concerned. CS Lewis, The Pilgrim’s Regress How refreshing is a moment of honesty such that defies the fears of the Steward’s bearded mask, the warnings of a Landlord … Continue reading

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Wading Among the Who Chose Who

Two of the more fascinating recent thinkers of the faith, at least by my count, C.S. Lewis and Francis Schaeffer, are often appreciated resources in my own feeble attempt to snag a wee portion of wading deeper. Regarding their thought to … Continue reading

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Blog Visitors from Hades

A horse walks into a bar and takes a seat. The bartender greets him with, “Why the long face, pal?” ~ A meaningful joke by Sheldon Cooper Growing readership doesn’t come overnight for most. Growing readership may never come for … Continue reading

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