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Monthly Archives: May 2013

By: crystal

Week One of the C.S. Lewis and Women Series Please note: In the following post, I will refer to C.S. Lewis as “Jack” to simply distinguish him from other members of his family.   I typically refer to him as “Lewis”, but to avoid confusion for this installment of the series, I will use “Jack” (since he detested the name “Clive”)….

By: crystal

Photo courtesy of Barnes and Noble “To all those who have received that terrible phone call about a loved one – injured, in the hospital, or in a crisis – and filled the waiting rooms, in pain and in prayer.  I wrote this book for you.  May you discover the faithfulness of the Father as I have”  As long as…

By: crystal

“Who said I disliked women?  I never liked or disliked any generalisation.” Letter to Margaret Fuller, April 8, 1948 Last March, I stood before a committee of academics, my husband, and a few strangers and defended my dissertation on C.S. Lewis as Transformational Leader.  As I discussed how Lewis’s beliefs inspired his leadership, a member of the faculty who was there…