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Thanks so much! I think I've seen the interview actually! The Fox News one where she says his Islamic faith disqualifies him from scholarship on Christ? It was so funny but awful! I can't say I necessarily thought he responded well either, but her interview was just bad. I also read a review of the book by the Economist; they weren't too fond of it, but it seems to me that some of the ideas he promotes in the book (from what I read), are not actually in conflict with orthodox Christian belief. Anyhow, it looks like a fascinating read!
I'll see if I can find the link to The Economist review for you! I can't wait to come visit either!
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That's great! I'm glad you're enjoying it. Lewis is absolutely brilliant, and I've found that book very influential in my life and in the lives of my family and some friends. The Screwtape Letters is absolutely wonderful as well. It has Lewis' signature clever writing style combined with a unique concept. I'm glad you're enjoying it! Let me know how it goes!
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Thanks for recommending “Lost on Planet China”. It didn’t answer my many questions on Chinese culture or recent history but as a comic and somewhat cynical memoir it was fantastic. I laughed out loud at some of his adventures! Any other recommendations on humorous books?