Since some of you may already be involved in studying the works of C.S. Lewis, we thought it appropriate to point visitors to a forum in which you could express your interests in his work, while providing us with both the opportunity, and pleasure, of discussing Lewis’ work. Also, if there are any questions you may have concerning our study group by all means please feel free let us know what they are so we may respond. Therefore, if you have any: questions, comments, observations, rebuttals, or disagreements, with either our group, or any aspect of Lewis’ writings/thought, please let us know. If I don’t know the answer to a query I will do what I can to find something about it, if not an answer, then as adequate of response that can be had in a timely fashion.
I thought some of our visitors might enjoy this You Tube by Ryan Reeves who is a Gordon/Conwell seminary professor in Jacksonville Florida. He begins the lecture with a brief sketch of London, explaining how in 2013 Lewis was inducted into Westminster Abby’s Poets’ Corner commemorating Lewis’ achievement as a writer which rose to the ranks of the great writers of the English language among which can be found: Shakespeare, Dante, Milton, and others. If you enjoy this lecture The Life of C.S. Lewis Part II can be found–on our Autobiographical page, just scroll down to the fourth You Tube on that page.
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Little pockets of early Christianity survived,” writes C.S. Lewis, “because they cared exclusively for the love of the brethren and stopped their ears to the opinion of the Pagan society all around them. Hospitality, therefore, became one of the most significant, practical expressions of this worldwide family of brothers and sisters, and thus became one of the birthmarks of early Christianity.
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