Monday 10 December 2012

Knowing and Doing (Winter 2012)

The latest edition of Knowing & Doing – ‘A Teaching Quarterly for Discipleship of Heart and Mind’ – from the C.S. Lewis Institute has just become available online (here as a pdf), and contains the following articles:

Joel S. Woodruff
Les Misérables: A Story of God’s Hospitality, Grace and Redemption
There are three biblical themes in this beloved story: the disarming power of hospitality given in the name of Jesus, God’s offer of grace to the undeserving, and the Spirit’s redemptive power as demonstrated through the transformed lives of those who choose to follow Christ.

Michelle Knott
Yes, Vacancy! Welcoming Strangers into Our Home in the Name of Jesus
The story of how one family transformed their home into a Christian “youth hostel”.

Thomas A. Tarrants, III
Hindrances to Discipleship: The Flesh – Part I
If we ever hope to make progress as disciples of Jesus – to think as he thought, to want what he wants, to feel as he felt, to act as he acted – we must understand and deal with our flesh and the sins it produces.

David B. Calhoun
John Wycliffe: “The Morning Star of the Reformation”
A fascinating look at the life of John Wycliffe, greatly used by God in many ways.

Ashley Storm
Answering God’s Call in the Public Schools
One C.S. Lewis Institute fellow responds to God’s call in her life and learns that promotions along the career ladder of faith are rarely written on the world’s terms.

Joseph A. Kohm, Jr.
How to Develop and Maintain a Christian Worldview through C.S. Lewis’s Essay: “The Poison of Subjectivism”
Once we understand that Jesus is our standard, our mission is to ensure that our thoughts, views, and beliefs (our worldview) come nearer and nearer to him.

Vincent Travani 
Sonnet for the Aslan House – Meeting Place for Annapolis Fellows
A sonnet to convey the impact of the C.S. Lewis Institute’s Annapolis Fellows Program.

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