Tag Archives: C.S. Lewis

Inferno Readings

Dan Brown’s fictional thriller Inferno uses Dante’s Inferno from the Divine Comedy as the basis for the main puzzle in the book. If you have read any of Brown’s books in the Robert Langdon series (Angels & Demons, the infamous … Continue reading

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The Story of Revelation

Last Sunday, I finished up a 3 sermon overview of the Revelation of John. This was my introduction for the series. C. S. Lewis and J. R. R. Tolkien may be best known today for authoring fictional series that were … Continue reading

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Screwtape Theatre

In my previous post, I offered some comments on The Screwtape Letters, a book by C.S. Lewis that I recently reread before attending a theater performance of the work (Screwtape Theatre). This post will present some thoughts on the theater … Continue reading

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The Screwtape Letters

When I heard that The Screwtape Letters was a theater production playing in Nashville this last weekend, I bought tickets and reread the book in anticipation of the play. I have read the book previously, but it has been many … Continue reading

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Voyage of the Dawn Treader Movie

A previous post on the symbolism in the the Voyage of the Dawn Treader book can be found here. Now that I’ve seen the movie, I thought that I would provide some additional comments. The movie hit all of the … Continue reading

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Voyage of the Dawn Treader

So, I finally finished the third book in the Narnia series, Voyage of the Dawn Treader, and I’m ready for the movie! ┬áHere’s the trailer to whet your appetite! Many modern day movie goers may not realize that C.S. Lewis … Continue reading

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