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Earth Is “Crammed With Heaven”? Behold God’s Glorious Works

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Among all the memorable moments in C.S. Lewis’ The Chronicles of Narnia, one of my favorites comes near the end of The Voyage of the Dawn Treader. Caspian and his crew land on an island inhabited by a retired star named Ramandu. True to form, young Eustace Scrubb puts his foot in his mouth: “In our world,” he says, “a star is a huge ball of flaming gas.” Ramandu the star correct him: “Even in your world, my son, that is not what a star is but only what it is made of.” In this exchange, as he does so often in the Narnia series, Lewis brilliantly communicates a truth often forgotten, especially in a “secular age” like ours: There’s more to the world around us than its material stuff. Much more. Meaning, revelation, and mind are behind everything we see because it was all made by God for His glory. There are no “ordinary things”—certainly not in the sense that materialists imagine… (READ MORE)

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