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Into the Wardrobe A Community of Wardrobians 2010-08-06T23:46:45+00:00 http://cslewis.drzeus.net/forums/feed.php?f=8&t=10004 2010-08-06T23:46:45+00:00 http://cslewis.drzeus.net/forums/viewtopic.php?t=10004&p=206254#p206254 <![CDATA[Re: Taking a CS Lewis class]]> Reading with the Heart: The Way into Narnia. Here is the complete text of the book online if you wish to read it:

Redaing with the Heart

I think it's probably the best book ever written on Narnia other than the stories themselves. Reading it is almost as good as taking a refresher class.

Larry W.

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2010-07-12T11:52:01+00:00 http://cslewis.drzeus.net/forums/viewtopic.php?t=10004&p=205983#p205983 <![CDATA[Re: Taking a CS Lewis class]]> Statistics: Posted by Lucys_Wardrobe — 12 Jul 2010, 11:52


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2010-05-08T17:41:14+00:00 http://cslewis.drzeus.net/forums/viewtopic.php?t=10004&p=204863#p204863 <![CDATA[Re: Taking a CS Lewis class]]> Poems was very interesting, as it's a collection of poetry from all times of Lewis's life, including his agnostic period.

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2010-05-07T23:46:22+00:00 http://cslewis.drzeus.net/forums/viewtopic.php?t=10004&p=204857#p204857 <![CDATA[Re: Taking a CS Lewis class]]>
Carrie wrote:
We read The Voyage of the Dawn Treader, The Silver Chair, The Great Divorce, and Poems. The Great Divorce had been on my need-to-read list for awhile, so i was glad it was a book for the class. It meant that I had to read it. I really enjoyed it, as well. The class was only 6 weeks long, and I had to miss the first and last week due to staff meetings at work. But, overall, the class was enjoyable.

Sounds like a good class! It's unfortunate that it didn't really venture outside the realm of fiction, though. But I really enjoyed the passage in Voyage of the Dawn Treader when Aslan helps transform Eustace back from a Dragon into his Human form. And Puddleglum (from The Silver Chair) might be my favorite character in all of Narnia! :pleased: I haven't read Poems yet. How was it?

The class that I took covered The Abolition of Man, Mere Christianity, An Experiment in Criticism, and Till We Have Faces. Overall, we were able to analyse Lewis's writings in a variety of contexts. Additionally, for other classes, I've since written papers discussing The Magician's Nephew and The Screwtape Letters. I don't think that there is any author out there that has influenced my thoughts more than Lewis.

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2010-05-07T05:23:11+00:00 http://cslewis.drzeus.net/forums/viewtopic.php?t=10004&p=204841#p204841 <![CDATA[Re: Taking a CS Lewis class]]>
Carrie wrote:
We read The Voyage of the Dawn Treader, The Silver Chair, The Great Divorce, and Poems. The Great Divorce had been on my need-to-read list for awhile, so i was glad it was a book for the class. It meant that I had to read it. I really enjoyed it, as well. The class was only 6 weeks long, and I had to miss the first and last week due to staff meetings at work. But, overall, the class was enjoyable.
We're doing a book study of the Great Divorce on this site right now if you wanna join in :) we setup a subforum for it

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2010-05-07T02:06:48+00:00 http://cslewis.drzeus.net/forums/viewtopic.php?t=10004&p=204838#p204838 <![CDATA[Re: Taking a CS Lewis class]]> The Voyage of the Dawn Treader, The Silver Chair, The Great Divorce, and Poems. The Great Divorce had been on my need-to-read list for awhile, so i was glad it was a book for the class. It meant that I had to read it. I really enjoyed it, as well. The class was only 6 weeks long, and I had to miss the first and last week due to staff meetings at work. But, overall, the class was enjoyable.

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2010-05-06T03:45:47+00:00 http://cslewis.drzeus.net/forums/viewtopic.php?t=10004&p=204815#p204815 <![CDATA[Re: Taking a CS Lewis class]]>
- Jared

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2010-03-05T05:12:53+00:00 http://cslewis.drzeus.net/forums/viewtopic.php?t=10004&p=203306#p203306 <![CDATA[Re: Taking a CS Lewis class]]>
archenland_knight wrote:
Carrie wrote:It took 4 years of seminary for them to finally offer a decent wives' class (classes they offer for free on Tuesday nights for the wives of seminarians).


That hardly seems fair. What if the seminarian is a woman, and it's her husband that wants to take the class? :wink:


Well, as we don't have female seminarians...

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2010-03-04T18:54:28+00:00 http://cslewis.drzeus.net/forums/viewtopic.php?t=10004&p=203290#p203290 <![CDATA[Re: Taking a CS Lewis class]]>
Carrie wrote:
It took 4 years of seminary for them to finally offer a decent wives' class (classes they offer for free on Tuesday nights for the wives of seminarians).


That hardly seems fair. What if the seminarian is a woman, and it's her husband that wants to take the class? :wink:

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2010-03-04T18:40:02+00:00 http://cslewis.drzeus.net/forums/viewtopic.php?t=10004&p=203289#p203289 <![CDATA[Re: Taking a CS Lewis class]]>
- Dan -

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