What to Expect Combining biography and synthesis, the book features two main parts, with short chapters making up the larger sections. The first part is a biography of C.S. Lewis’s life, while the second part is a concordance of sorts, with brief discussions about individual themes discussed in the body of Lewis’ work. The bookContinue reading “Not a Tame Lion (Book Review)”
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Medieval Mind of C.S. Lewis (Book Review)
Dr. Jason M. Baxter comments on C.S. Lewis’s Medieval inspiration in an informative and moving work of cultural and literary analysis.
Enjoying God in Everything (Book Review)
A Clarification Occasionally, I encounter a book that is unlike what I expected. As this was my experience with Enjoying God in Everything, I wanted to offer a note of clarification. Based on the term “guide” in the title, I thought the book would fall more into the how-to/devotional genre. In conjunction with the synopsis,Continue reading “Enjoying God in Everything (Book Review)”