Thursday, September 11, 2008


“The trouble with me is lack of faith…The irrational dead weight of my old skeptical habits and the spirit of this age and the cares of the day steal away all my lively feeling of the truth, and often when I pray I wonder if I am not posting to a nonexistent address. Mind you, I don’t think so—the whole of my reasonable mind is convinced: but I often feel so.”
—C.S. Lewis

1 comment:

Jason said...

Greg -

Terrific quote. Lewis is truly without peer. What book is this from?