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Lesson Five - Chapter 5 - The Bishop Ghost

Lesson Five – Chapter 5  –  The Bishop Ghost

The Great Divorce by C. S. Lewis

This could be one of the saddest of all the ghosts we will meet in this book.  770 more words

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The Heavenly Horses of C. S. Lewis: A Guest Blog by Leslie Baynes

One of the most memorable scenes in The Great Divorce, and the only one where a shade accepts grace and enters heaven, features a horse. 2,309 more words

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"Sarah Smith, of Golders Green" by Hannah Eagleson

In the ongoing series on The Great Divorce we come to Sarah Smith–certainly one of the more intriguing, engaging, troubling, and freeing characters in C.S. Lewis’ fiction. 317 more words

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Lesson Four- Chapter 3 & 4 - The Big Ghost

Lesson Four – Chapter 3 & 4 – The Big Ghost

The Great Divorce by C. S. Lewis

After a very long ride they have reached the top of the cliff and glide to a landing. 778 more words

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Finding that Elusive Title: The Many Names of The Great Divorce

I am about 50/50 when it comes to titling my own work. Sometimes the title is patently obvious; other times it is a struggle to come up with a pithy phrase that captures what I’ve just written. 1,983 more words

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Is Hell Tough Love?

It all depends on who you ask.

And to make matters more interesting, there are some who don’t believe in hell, and still others who are annihilationists–believing hell to have an expiration date. 262 more words

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