Monthly Archives: November 2016

A century of evil enchantment

Today, I received the following in an e-mail: I was wondering if you could answer a question for me please? Early in “Weight of Glory” Lewis says “And you and I have need of the strongest spell that can be found … Continue reading

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Further Up & In – Ptolemy and Lewis’ Imagination

I wrote this in Nov. of 2006; so, ten years later, thought I’d post it again. 🙂 My students have just gotten through Dante’s Inferno and Paradiso (we did not purposefully leave out the Purgatorio, but I should not take … Continue reading

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Lewis “festoons” the Lord’s Prayer

In Letters to Malcolm, numbers 3 and 4, Lewis tells us how he would add his own personal thought-associations to the phrases in the Lord’s Prayer.  These were things he wanted to remember as he used the prayer privately.  I’ve … Continue reading

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