How C.S. Lewis Felt About Everything

C.S. Lewis was one of the most prolific authors to come around. Here are 37 quotes that will get you thinking (and maybe praying).

J.S. Park: Hospital Chaplain, Skeptical Christian


Today marks fifty years since the passing of C.S. Lewis, as well as JFK and Aldous Huxley.

C.S. Lewis has been the most influential Christian writer in my spiritual journey. He has shaped my spirituality more than any other writer I know. I do not agree with all he says (when do we ever find such a person anyway?) — but he is absolutely a kindred soul. I also love his tales of pulling pranks on his dear hapless friends.

Except for Jesus, he will be the first one I speak with at length in Heaven.

To commemorate, some of my favorite Lewis quotes.

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The Search For Evidence

Has someone ever asked you, “Where is your evidence?” It would be best if God could appear and answer, right? Or maybe it wouldn’t.

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Former atheists speak. 44 Quotes:

To end this series of posts on regarding our home in Christ, I thought I’d share this amazing post from the blog, Historical Jesus Studies, by James Bishop. It contains 44 quotes by Atheist’s who became Christians and found their home. Well worth the read!

Bishop's Encyclopedia of Religion, Society and Philosophy

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Here follows a list of quotes I’ve collected and compiled from over the last two or so years (my digital quote library is bursting at its edges!). There is no particular form that these quotes take, rather each is from the unqiue story of each former atheist. Where possible, I’ve left links that readers can follow to find out more about each conversion testimony, or articles that they’ve authored. The others are predominantly from books that i’ve read.

Wallace is a cold-case homicide detective, assistant professor of apologetics at Biola University, Christian case maker and author. He was once a vocal atheist.

  • “In the end, I came to the conclusion that the gospels were reliable eyewitness accounts that delivered accurate information about Jesus, including His crucifixion and Resurrection. But that created a problem for me. If Jesus really was who He said He was, then Jesus was God Himself. If…

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