The Best Ideas Of C.S. Lewis
The wrong - and the right - reason to support equalityIntroduction. In the middle of World War 2, CS Lewis wrote an article titled Equality in the Spectator magazine. He writes about the right and wrong reasons to back equality, the unique problems of democracy, the consequences of enforcing equality, and much more👇
CS Lewis tackles BIG QUESTIONS: God, love, myth, and moreIntroduction. CS Lewis is know for his bestselling fantasy books, but he was as gifted a philosopher as he was a storyteller. In this Memo discover his insights on the nature of God, the paradox of love, and more👇
CS Lewis describes the nature of HELLC.S Lewis' The Great Divorce is a fable full of profound ideas. It describes a bus ride from hell to heaven, and the stories of the ghosts who are onboard. This short book has insightful things to say about how art and inquiry get corrupted, the nature of hell, and more👇
The Top Ten Favorite Books Of C.S. LewisNumber of books sold by C.S. Lewis = 200 million+. What were HIS favorite reads? Phantastes by MacDonald (1858). A fantasy novel with a young man chasing an impossibly beautiful woman in a dream. Lewis wrote in his diary that this book helped him cross a “great barrier."
Does Beauty Matter When Bombs Start FallingC.S. Lewis, creator of Narnia, almost died in the trench warfare of WW1, was best friends with Tolkien, and sold 100 million+ books. At the start of WW2, he posed a question to Oxford students in a profound lecture: Does beauty matter when bombs start falling? Let's find out👇
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