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The Top 25 C.S. Lewis Quotes

raltnee67 Wrote: May 11, 2012 10:01 AM
You have to get into George MacDonald, without whom Lewis would not heve been drawn to his love of other worlds and the spirit world of fantasy. I suggest "The Lady and the Fisherman" for starters. George MacDonald was as prolific as Lewis, his livelhood depended upon the spoken and written word. C. S. Lewis considers MacDonald his mentor. That was good enough for me!

C.S. Lewis was one of the most brilliant writers who ever set pen to paper. He was an insightful thinker, had remarkable common sense, and there may not have been anyone in the last century who was a better writer about the Christian faith and the human condition. In honor of a great man, here are his 25 greatest quotes.

25) Education without values, as useful as it is, seems rather to make man a more clever devil.
24) If anyone says that sex, in itself, is bad, Christianity contradicts him at once. But, of course, when people...
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