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COURAGE – The Virtue That Undergirds All Other Virtues

DISCIPLESHIP | 3 1/2 Minute Read Several years ago my friend ended up in hospital. His wife was worried so we asked if there was anything that we could do. She asked, as she does not drive and has young children, if I would pick up his phone charger and drive it over to the hospital as he had no phone battery and she was unaware how he was doing. It was 9 o’clock on a work night. I had never been to that particular hospital, nor had I ever driven in the city where the hospital was. The charger in our car didn’t work and I had a low battery, so I would have no satellite navigation or maps to get there and would have to rely on signposts and directions. Did I mention that I hate driving? It makes me very anxious. Every time I get in a car I wonder if I will be another statistic. All of these excuses swirled in my mind at the thought of making this journey and ultimately I decided to decline. I did not have the courage to go. I think

C. S. Lewis, God, Myth, Evolution & The Problem Of Suffering - What I Learnt In March

THEOLOGY | 8 Min Read Each month I share some of the things that I have been learning, and the resources that I am using. My hope is to inspire you in your own personal learning and point to some helpful resources. This month I learnt a lot – from lots of different places. Therefore, rather than going through the individual sources I used to learn, I have decided to draw together some common themes from those resources. Please note that any book links within this post are affiliate links. This means that if you purchase anything through these links then I receive a small percentage of the purchase price. Resources C.S. Lewis This month has been quite a C.S. Lewis month. From his works I read Mere Christianity , The Screwtape Letters , The Problem of Pain , The Great Divorce , and Miracles . I thoroughly enjoyed every single book. If you want to get into C. S. Lewis and don’t know where to start then I highly recommend checking out C. S. Lewis Doodle on Youtube.