C.S. Lewis

Time: Part 5—Time & History

This entry is part 5 of 7 in the series Time

Unlike the circular/cyclical view of time taken by the ancient Greeks and today by Hindus, biblical time is linear, centered around the resurrection of Jesus Christ and building to the final climax in history when He returns again.

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Time: Part 4—Time & God

This entry is part 4 of 7 in the series Time

Our conventional view of time is insufficient to explain the eternal nature of God. As the one who created our space-time universe and stands outside of time, God always was and always is; there’s never been a time when He didn’t exist. He alone is able to survey time in its entire duration. Some of the things related to God’s purposes, such as free will, election, and divine sovereignty, are mysterious to us because of our own limited view of time.

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C.S. Lewis Retreat, June 2018: Introduction

This entry is part 1 of 2 in the series C.S. Lewis Retreat, June 2018

In this recording of a presentation at a men’s retreat in Flowery Branch, GA, in June 2018, Ken Boa begins with a broader talk on “great books” and reading and transitions to an examination of some of C.S. Lewis’s ideas and writings, such as the relationship between higher and lower things and the “hints of heaven” God gives us in the “shadowlands” of this earthly life.

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