Chesterton and the Seven Heavens

When discussing what he calls “The Fear of the Past”[1], Chesterton notes how we are so in love with progress that we are afraid of ever retracing our steps in case we should be accused of being old-fashioned. He observes that people are fond of saying, “You can’t put the clock back” with regard to […]

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Return to Planet Narnia

  How well her name an Army doth present In whom the Lord of Hosts did pitch his tent. Ana- {Mary/Army} gram, George Herbert   “To arms! To arms, Telmar!” . . . “To arms, Narnia!” Prince Caspian, C.S. Lewis   When talking about the discovery of an interpretative key for a novel, C.S. Lewis […]

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Seven Questions: AUJ with Michael Ward

    Since Planet Narnia was first published, you have spent a full decade crossing the globe to deliver lectures, lead workshops, and teach classes about your discovery of Lewis’s ‘secret’. How has this experience affected you, in terms of your life’s trajectory, your academic interests, and your spiritual awareness?  In terms of ‘trajectory’ it […]

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