Tag Archives: C.S. Lewis

Beware of the “Death-trap”

As we have been studying through the Sermon on the Mount, we have seen Jesus continually confront religious hypocrisy. C.S. Lewis offers, what I believe to be, a good analysis of the pride that feeds religious hypocrisy. In Mere Christianity, … Continue reading

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Generosity

In light of our current focus as a church on the biblical call to love our neighbor, I have been reflecting on the theme of generosity. I can hardly think about generous giving without thinking of a challenge from C.S. … Continue reading

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Truly Natural

This summer while reading Ray Ortlund’s book, The Gospel, there was a thought he shared from Jurgen Moltmann that has been etched in my mind. While not endorsing all of Moltmann’s conclusions, Ortlund shared the following from him: “Jesus’ healings … Continue reading

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Christ Descended

Here is a great C.S. Lewis quote taken from Stephen Nichols’ book, Peace: Classic Readings for Christmas. In the Christian story God descends to reascend. He comes down; down from the heights of absolute being into time and space, down … Continue reading

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