Monthly Archives: July 2013

Drunkards or Monks? “The Two Ways” as a major CW theme

As I posted last time, Charles Williams’ imaginative theology and creative writings revolve around eight interrelated themes: 1. Co-Inherence 2. Romantic theology 3. The Two Ways 4. Ritual Objects 5. The Crisis of Schism 6. Mystical Tranquility 7. The City … Continue reading

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Announcing the “Place of the Lion” series

Hello there, intelligent and articulate readers! I am happy to announce a fun, more light-hearted series on this blog than we have had thus far. Towards the end of September, I plan to run a series of guest posts, written … Continue reading

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Our Love is God: CW’s “Romantic Theology” theme

Charles Williams’ imaginative theology and creative writings revolve around eight interrelated themes or topics: 1. Co-Inherence 2. Romantic theology 3. The Two Ways 4. Ritual Objects 5. The Crisis of Schism 6. Mystical Tranquility 7. The City 8. Arthuriana and … Continue reading

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My Life For Yours: CW’s “Co-Inherence” theme

Thus far on this blog, I have posted about CW’s life, ideas, and personality. I’ve also provided this Reader’s Guide for Beginners. Here is my plan for how this blog will proceed over the next several months (and even years): … Continue reading

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Magus of a Saintly Cult: Charles Williams’ Personality

So far on this blog, I have written about Charles Williams’ life (here, here, and here) and the best books to read first. I also gave an introduction to what he was like. Now I want to share with you … Continue reading

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A Reader’s Guide for Beginners

Perhaps you have never read the works of Charles Williams, but you want to give him a try. Where should you start? That depends upon your reading taste. Do you prefer novels, plays, theology, poetry, literary criticism, or biography? Let’s … Continue reading

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