The Screwtape Letters (Narrated by John Cleese)

Lewis’ Apologetic : Imagination and Reason

"Tolkien and Dyson showed Lewis what Christian doctrines are not actually the main thing about Christianity. Doctrines are translations into our concepts and ideas of that which God has already expressed in a language more adequate, and this language more adequate is the lived language,  the actual historical lived language of the incarnation, the crucifixion, and resurrection of Christ . That’s  the primary language of Christianity. It’s real; it’s historical, it’s visible; it’s tangible. It relates to an actual person, actually being born, actually dying, actually living again in some new ineffably transformed way." (Michael Ward Lewis’ Apologetics: Imagination and Reason)

Lewis’ Apologetic : Imagination and Reason

"Tolkien and Dyson showed Lewis what Christian doctrines are not actually the main thing about Christianity. Doctrines are translations into our concepts and ideas of that which God has already expressed in a language more adequate, and this language more adequate is the lived language,  the actual historical lived language of the incarnation, the crucifixion, and resurrection of Christ . That’s  the primary language of Christianity. It’s real; it’s historical, it’s visible; it’s tangible. It relates to an actual person, actually being born, actually dying, actually living again in some new ineffably transformed way." (Michael Ward Lewis’ Apologetics: Imagination and Reason)

"Aslan Is on the Move,"–C.S.Lewis – 50 years today – A Spiritual Legacy

Fifty years ago today, a giant died.  His legacy survives as does the memory of  love, stuggle, and faith he left to us.  C.S. Lewis  loved Christ and Christianity and never stopped delving into their depths.

He wove pictures with words that still live to challenge and excite the child and the seeker in us.  “Aslan is on the Move.”  Does not your hope soar?

Screwtape Letters – Behind the Scenes