C. S. Lewis Quote

I do not think the resemblance between the Christian and the merely imaginative experience is accidental. I think that all things, in their own way, reflect heavenly truth, the imagination not least. "Reflect" is the important word. This lower life of the imagination is not a beginning of, nor a step toward, the higher life of the spirit, merely an image.


Surprised by Joy (1955)

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I do not think the resemblance between the Christian and the merely imaginative experience is accidental. I think that all things, in their own way,...

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I do not think the resemblance between the Christian and the merely imaginative experience is accidental. I think that all things, in their own way,...

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I do not think the resemblance between the Christian and the merely imaginative experience is accidental. I think that all things, in their own way,...

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I do not think the resemblance between the Christian and the merely imaginative experience is accidental. I think that all things, in their own way,...