CSL Daily 9/26/17

FACT OF THE DAY:

The 22nd Screwtape letter was published on September 26, 1941 in The Guardian (before being release in 1942 as a single book). It’s the only one signed by Toadpipe.

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QUOTE OF THE DAY:

“Everything has to be twisted before it’s any use to us.”

The Screwtape Letters – XXII
(First published in The Guardian on 9/26/1941)

(PODCAST) Exploring C.S. Lewis Misquotes and Misconceptions – Episode 6

This is the sixth and final podcast episode in the series on “Misquotes and Misconceptions.” Returning guest host for this show is Dr. Crystal Hurd. Previously she help with the debut show in this series and has been on the podcast several other times (see link below). Today she helps William O’Flaherty explore the claim that C.S. Lewis was a Universalist and then material previously covered is reviewed. The topics are listed below (that also link to an article online) to help you better understand the issue that is addressed. 

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CSL Daily 9/25/17

FACT OF THE DAY:

On September 25, 1929 Lewis’ father (Albert) died. His financial support was vital to Lewis getting his degrees at Oxford.

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QUOTE OF THE DAY:

“Men are not angered by mere misfortune but by misfortune conceived as injury.”

The Screwtape Letters – XXI
(First published in The Guardian on 9/19/1941)

CSL Daily 9/24/17

FACT OF THE DAY:

On September 12, 1951 “The Country of the Blind” is a poem first published in Punch and available in Poems.

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QUOTE OF THE DAY:

“A pleasure is full grown only when it is remembered.”

Out of the Silent Planet
(Published 9/23/1938)

CSL Daily 9/23/17

FACT OF THE DAY:

Out of the Silent Planet was first published on September 23, 1938. It was his second fictional story for Lewis as a Christian.

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QUOTE OF THE DAY:

“Every day in a life fills the whole life with expectation and memory.”

Out of the Silent Planet
(Published 9/23/1938)