An Advent Poem

Yesterday I was browsing through Christmas poems, and I came across this gem. If you aren’t familiar with George MacDonald—the late 19th century Scottish pastor/novelist/poet—you really should get to know him. (If you’ve read the Great Divorce by C.S. Lewis, MacDonald is actually Lewis’ guide through heaven.) In the midst Read more…

Poem of Repentance

The Apologist’s Evening Prayer by C.S. Lewis From all my lame defeats and oh! much more From all the victories that I seemed to score; From cleverness shot forth on Thy behalf At which, while angels weep, the audience laugh; From all my proofs of Thy divinity, Thou, who wouldst Read more…