The Wise Woman
(Also titled The Lost Princess)
The most complete and compelling presentation of human becoming through the transforming work of dying to self.
Orthodoxy: The Romance of Faith
G. K. Chesterton
Maisie Ward described the book as "Chesterton's own history of his mind." It is that and more: a deeply serious yet enormously playful statement and commentary on ultimate realities.
This is more than history; this is theology with a melody, a vision of the church as the history of God's activity.
The Tolkien Reader: Stories, Poems, and Commentaries
J. R. R. Tolkien
"On Fairy Stories" and "Leaf By Niggle" embody the heart and soul of Tolkien the man, literary artist, and Christian.
Till We Have Faces: A Myth Retold
C. S. Lewis
Lewis considered his last work of fiction, Till We Have Faces, his best; that is reason enough to note it. But don't ignore his literary studies, especially The Discarded Image, which expertly instructs while immersing you in the medieval/ Renaissance world.
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