A Brick in the Valley


C.S. Lewis and Longings of the Heart
March 10, 2008, 7:22 pm
Filed under: C.S. Lewis

If you have ever experienced longings or yearnings of the soul, what the Germans called “sensucht” than you need to read C.S. Lewis. 

C.S. Lewis is probably the most popular Christian author of the last 100 years.  He is quoted so much and so often by people like me that some probably grow weary of all the Lewis hype.

Randy Alcorn’s post today, however, reminds me at least of why I will continue reflecting on Lewis.  Alcorn’s thoughts serve as a nice introduction to Lewis and how he so effectively analyzes the longings or yearnings of the soul.   

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