The Native Tourist
reformed/biblical observations on Christianity and culture

Tuesday, September 28, 2004
From a review of C.S. Lewis' Collected Letters in Books & Culture:

There is never a pro forma response. Lewis' pen is like a magical stream which can run now fresh, now salt, now cream, now wine. His complete mastery of voice is an object lesson in the art of becoming "all things to all men."

Ah, to write like that!

(Or, why we need to give our kids a classical education.)