Tag Archives: Friendship

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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Long way home

As with all of Austin’s books, trust and faith in God are interwoven throughout.

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The patient one

The Eight are a group of Amish, English and Mennonite young people who have been friends for ages. When one of their group, Andy, commits suicide, they are all left bereft and considering where they are going in life.

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All My Friends Have Issues

In her debut book, Amanda Anderson discusses friendships, especially those between females. She comes at the topic from a Christian perspective, recognizing the brokenness we all face and finding healthy ways to build Christ-like relationships through our issues.

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