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Owen Barfield on C.S. Lewis: An Unforgettable Literary and Intellectual Friendship

The way this book describes moments where Barfield agreed, and also moments where he disagreed with Lewis, make it a worthwhile book even for readers who aren’t Inklings specialists. The essays show an affectionate yet competitive friendship that lasted for decades, encompassing differences of opinion.

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The Bible convictions of John Wycliffe 

Time and again as you read this book, you will be impressed by the importance of God’s Word in preaching, especially in bringing the unsaved to Christ. 

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Believing is seeing

If you love science and all the terms that go with it, Believing is seeing may be just the book for you. 

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Blood from a Stone

All in all, Blood from Stone proves to be a witty, enchanting memoir with some great insights, insights that will appeal even to people who aren’t wine lovers.

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