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"I wish your project heartily well," wrote C. S. Lewis to Christianity Today, "but can't write you articles." Carl F. H. Henry, founding editor of the magazine, had in 1955 invited Lewis to contribute to the magazine's first ...

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robert Boe

January 14, 2013  2:31pm

the straight forwardness of Martin Luther is why lutherans still love their first pastor . Anything that one imagines of God apart from Christ is only useless thinking and vain idolatry. --Martin Luther Either sin is with you, lying on your shoulders, or it is lying on Christ, the Lamb of God. Now if it is lying on your back, you are lost; but if it is resting on Christ, you are free, and you will be saved. Now choose what you want. --Martin Luther

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Leina W

January 09, 2013  9:57pm

Bless him. One of the greatest of the greats, who accurately discerned the times, and obeyed God accordingly. A consistently beloved Christian author. And, yes, he still speaks!

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Bob Bobo

January 02, 2013  11:48am

CS Lewis writings have and continue to impact my christianity. He speaks today just as intended. Allthough, I do worry about a large number of our culture taking the time to read his works, and delve into them. Lewis's works on faith, cannot be relegated to a facebook post (allthough some have), or the depth undestood by reading his quotes. For those who have ears to hear they will take the time and understand. But I suppose that is the challenge even with other great writers of the faith like Bonehoeffer and such.

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