Daily Archives: April 26, 2016

A Telltale Heart?

In Edgar Allen Poe’s short story, “The Tell-Tale Heart,” the unnamed narrator is placed in the unenviable and untenable position of trying to convince the reader of his own sanity while describing a murder that he committed. The story opens … Continue reading

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Comparative Evaluations Of Essentially Different Excellencies: Subordinationism In C.S. Lewis’ Discarded Image

One of the quotes that Michael Ward utilized in his learned work Planet Narnia [1] to discuss C.S. Lewis’ view of the nature of God can be found in the second chapter of Lewis’ work The Discarded Image: An Introduction … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Discarded Image

The Discarded Image: An Introduction To Medieval And Renaissance Literature, by C.S. Lewis This book ranks as one of the later books of C.S. Lewis, and certainly one of his less well-known books, but in retrospect, looking back on his … Continue reading

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