Tagged with C.S. Lewis

The Christmas Rabbits of C.S. Lewis

The Christmas Rabbits of C.S. Lewis

Creation is alive with the spark of God, often witnessed in the innocence of children. For those made curious by the title, it is actually an amalgam of two oddly related God moments recently experienced through the pen of two celebrated English writers. The first came through reading Watership Down to my children. The classic … Continue reading

Trump is the New…

Trump is the New…

Identifying the alter ego of the front-running Republican candidate appears to be American’s favorite parlor game these days. An early winner is Adolph Hitler, with Benito Mussolini making a late charge. I have even seen some suggest Jesus. But here are two more insightful comparisons. T. Greer goes back in American history to find the … Continue reading