10 Quotes From My Favorite Christian Authors

I’ve written plenty about C.S. Lewis, whose writings — fiction and nonfiction alike — have challenged, sharpened, and encouraged my faith more than any other Christian author. But I haven’t spent as much time on some of the many other Christian authors whose writing has expanded my view of God and helped me live my … More 10 Quotes From My Favorite Christian Authors

19 C.S. Lewis Quotes for When a Christ-Centered Life Is Too Obnoxiously Hard

I’ve known about C.S. Lewis since I was young. Growing up, my mom read us The Chronicles of Narnia before bed. One of the most unique things about C.S. Lewis is that pretty much all Christians — whether liberal or conservative; regardless of denomination — tend to like his writing. A British novelist and Oxford-educated … More 19 C.S. Lewis Quotes for When a Christ-Centered Life Is Too Obnoxiously Hard

The Screwtape Letters: Not My Favorite From C.S. Lewis

To be completely honest, I don’t particularly like C.S. Lewis’ The Screwtape Letters. It’s nothing against Lewis as an author. If anything, he might be my all-time favorite Christian writer. Between his intellect, wisdom, raw vulnerability, and ability to present complex, confusing, multifaceted, challenging truths in a beautiful and clear way … Lewis’ words have come alongside me during some … More The Screwtape Letters: Not My Favorite From C.S. Lewis

Top Quotes from C.S. Lewis’ “The Problem of Pain”

I’m angry at pain. I don’t like it. It hurts, it’s terrible; I wish I could make it go away forever. But life wouldn’t be life without pain. And as I’ve wrestled with this issue in the past, I’ve found beauty in the Jurgen Moltmann’s fearless and raw exploration of the “open wound of life” and … More Top Quotes from C.S. Lewis’ “The Problem of Pain”