Admittedly, I have never read any of the Chronicles of Narnia books by C.S. Lewis. But after reading this week’s chapter of our current study, I certainly am leaning towards picking up one or two or more of the books! I guess one reason I’ve never picked them up is because I just assumed these were children’s books. And that may be partially true. Then again, as our author points out this week, while Lewis’ books are children’s stories, they speak very loudly to adults as well.
Brian will lead us this week in Chapter 4, “A Man’s Courage”. Our author asks the question, “What creates a man’s personal drive and motivation in life?” His theory is that most men are driven as the result of some form of fear. Not so much a “fear of not succeeding” but rather a “fear of failure“. What’s the difference, you might be asking? Well, it boils down to what are men willing to risk. Men tend to take less chances, play things safe, and avoid looking bad in the eyes of others. Continue reading “There is no other stream….”