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    C. S. Lewis Daily - Monday, November 6, 2017 From Letters of C. S. Lewis


    Letter to his father: from the Oxford Union Society, Postmark: 30 November 1921

    I am afraid that my weakness in yielding to the Colonel’s request for a copy of ‘Optimism’ had reduced the poor man to permanent silence. I must try to get some sort of letter off to him before Christmas…

    From Letters of C. S. Lewis Monday, November 6, 2017 Daily Devotional Online

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    A dread portent has arisen above our horizon here – an immoratalist, nihilist, determinist, fatalist. What are you to do with a man who denies absolutely everything? The joke is that he’s an army office on a course. He talks you blind and deaf. The more I see of him the clearer does my mental picture become of his brother officers en masse imploring him to take advantage of a two years course at Oxford – or Cathay or the Moon…

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    A daily passage from the writings of C.S. Lewis, one of the most beloved Christian authors of the 20th century C. S. Lewis Daily - Monday, November 6, 2017 From Letters of C. S. Lewis

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