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|diacritical marks, all the result of many hours spent reading the text. Still, the |
writer was ... The premise by which Lewis wrote The Four Loves is best summed
up in the oft-quoted statement, "All that is not eternal is eternally out of date" (p.
|Or if they did, would that fact itself not strongly suggest that they had not always |
been, or wd. not always be, purely aquatic ... Eternity. The Four Loves, chap. 16,
para. 39, p. 188. All that is not eternal is eternally out of date. 422 Ethics The ...
|C. S. Lewis once remarked about spiritual matters and our frequent |
preoccupation with worldly concerns that all that is not eternal is eternally out of
date.1 Everywhere we turn, people, including ourselves, are busy. But are we
busy doing the ...
|Thankfully, Louis travels with a medical kit so he had what was needed in this out|
-of-the-way place to suture the wound. It took more than ... Lewis wrote in his
book The Four Loves, All that is not eternal is eternally out of date.2 We only
|If eternity does not exist, then Jesus does not exist; if eternity is pie in the sky by |
and by, then God is not real, and we are hopelessly lost. C. S. Lewis said, All
that is not eternal is eternally out of date. Many other things that are presented in
|All that is not eternal is eternally out of date. But I must not end on this note, I dare |
not and all the less because longings and terrors of my own prompt me to do
so leave any bereaved and desolate reader confirmed in the widespread ...
|work out. But now, because of the validity they gained as Israeli citizens, because |
Penny can speak fluent Hebrew and Allen can read ... They are working today for
eternity. ... As C. S. Lewis wrote, All that is not eternal is eternally out of date.
|52 Similarly, Lewis's Screwtape says, The humans live in time but our Enemy |
destines them to eternity . . . [and] wants ... 54 Hawthorne would likely have
concurred with Lewis' aphoristic assertion, All that is not eternal is eternally out
|Lay not up for yourselves treasures upon earth where moth and rust doth corrupt|
, andwhere thieves break through and steal; But lay up for yourselves treasures
in ... (Matthew 6:19, 20, KJV) All that is not eternal is eternally out of date. C. S.
|In writing of God's love for us and the love for him we should develop in this life |
and most certainly will experience in heaven, Lewis himself states in The Four
Loves, "all that is not eternal is eternally out of date."95 Lewis's comments on