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The C. S. Lewis Bible: Reflections on Psalms

The C. S. Lewis Bible: Reflections on Psalms

Praise Befits the Humble But the most obvious fact about praise — whether of God or anything — strangely escaped me. I thought of it in terms of compliment, approval, or the giving of honour. I had never noticed that all enjoyment spontaneously overflows into praise unless (sometimes even if) shyness or the fear of

What are We to Make of Jesus Christ?

  What are we to make of Jesus Christ? This is a question which has, in a sense, a frantically comic side. For the real question is not what are we to make of Christ, but what is He to make of us? The picture of a fly sitting deciding what it is going to

A Liar, a Lunatic, or the Son of God

  Editor’s note: C. S. Lewis was arguably the 20th century’s most influential Christian writer. Today’s selection is from his classic work Mere Christianity and is featured in The C.S. Lewis Bible as a devotional reading within the book of Mark. Enjoy this reading, which highlights one of Lewis’s most thought-provoking apologetic insights… and learn

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