Tag Archives: C.S. Lewis

“Please will you do my job for me?”

C.S. Lewis offered the following pointer to aspiring writers. It is sound advice to all of us who desire to communicate well. 4. In writing. Don’t use adjectives which merely tell us how you want us to feel about the … Continue reading

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And for my next musical plug…

…You really should listen to The Oh Hellos. No, really – I’m telling you, they’re brilliant! Check out songs like this… Hello My Old Heart Like the Dawn Exeunt With lyrics like this… No, I am not afraid to die … Continue reading

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The Heidelberg Catechism

Turns out it’s not just us folk in the 21st century who have to break things down into smaller chunks to keep them in our heads! The Heidelberg Catechism, commissioned by Elector Frederick III back in the 16th century, has … Continue reading

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Nearness of Likeness & Nearness of Approach

Thought I’d share a very helpful and intriguing quote from C.S. Lewis that I have been thinking about in relation to the stuff in my previous post. It’s on the question of being image-bearers and yet cut off from the … Continue reading

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