“Unless a grain of wheat falls into the earth and dies, it remains alone; but if it dies, it bears much fruit.” – John 12:24
“The last enemy to be destroyed is death...Death is swallowed up in victory.” – 1 Corinthians 15:26, 54
"The greater the sin, the greater the mercy, the deeper the death and the brighter the rebirth.” - C. S. Lewis
"This story...has the very taste of primary truth." - J. R. R. Tolkien

Saturday, August 7, 2010

C. S. Lewis' "Pattern of Reality" in Perelandra: links

Here is a list of links to the each post in this series of posts I've been doing on C. S. Lewis' idea of a "pattern of reality" that describes the "Great Dance" of God's unfolding plans and designs for creation:

C. S. Lewis on "The Very Pattern of Reality" in Perelandra
God Is Always Making a New Thing
"Behold, I Am Making All Things New"
The Whole Is Greater Than The Sum of Its Parts
The Pattern of Paradox
"Not as when stones lie side by side, but as when stones support and are supported in an arch, such is His order."
"Never Did He Utter One Word Twice"
A Religion that Can Be Touched: The "Myth and Metaphor" of Christianity
All Creation Bears the Image of the Creator
"Rule and obedience, begetting and bearing, heat glancing down, life growing up. Blessed be He!"
The Dance and Story of Creation
The Pattern of Mathematics
He is Himself the Grain of Wheat: The Self-Emptying Nature of God
Creation Reflects the Pattern of the Trinity
What if God was not a Trinity?
C. S. Lewis' Pattern of Reality: Summary
The Complexity and Simplicity of God
Alpha and Omega, Beginning and End
The Mind of Man and the Plans of God
God, Creation, and Mathematics: Are necessary truths trivial?
This world is only the first chapter of the Great Story
Will "Heaven" Last Forever? Will God stop Creating?
Is there a Center to the Great Dance?: Other Worlds and the Fruit of the Cross in Lewis' Perelandra

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