Last week of class. Last day my “baby” is eighteen. Last time I go a day without praying.
Life is crazy, this we know for sure. But what about when we don’t know a thing? As in, what does someone who has always known what to do (or at least, pretended until she figured it out) in every circumstance during the first half of her life do for the next half?
This, I don’t know for sure.
But in the meantime, I am pretty sure this paper made me love C.S. Lewis even more. And, definitely deserves an A…
Within the pages of Scripture lie innumerable turning points for its characters. From the Thessalonians who turned away from idols to serve the living and true God (1 Thess. 1:9) to Nicodemus turning his back on all those years of learning and the influential people in his life to become a follower of Jesus (John 3:1-12), to one of the most notable turning points of all – the conversion of Saul of Tarsus as a persecutor of early Christians to Paul, the Apostle, who tirelessly sought and taught about Jesus in his post-conversion life (Acts 9:1-19), the Bible is rich with landmark examples in Christianity. Yet a recent poll of Christianity Today readers revealed that there is one book in addition to the Bible which has most influenced their lives: C.S. Lewis’s Mere Christianity.