Category Archives: C.S. Lewis

A Simple Syllogism About Sunday Church Services

A simple syllogism: * Jesus is alive and present when believers meet together. * Jesus is smarter than any man. * Therefore, we should let Jesus lead Sunday morning church services instead of a man leading them. When the Holy … Continue reading

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Is America Violent & Alienated From God Like Jean Valjean In Les Misérables?

Les Misérables, the new movie musical staring Hugh Jackman, Russell Crowe, Anne Hathaway, and Amanda Seyfried, beautifully brings Victor Hugo’s 1862 French novel to life.  However, it made me wonder:  Is America violent and alienated from God like the main … Continue reading

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Top Ten Greatest Books

What are the world’s 10 greatest books?  Here are the top 10 books that have had the most impact on my life: 1)  The Bible:  I’ve read it almost daily for 42 years.  There have been times that I have … Continue reading

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Should People Have The Right To Make Other People Say Wrong Is Right?

Nobody should have the right to make other people say that wrong is right?  Everybody should have the right to believe in right and wrong and to freely express their belief.  However, the right to believe in right and wrong has been … Continue reading

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