17791Re: CSL cited in Congress
- Feb 17, 2007--- In email@example.com, WendellWag@... wrote:
>and "resolution," and I
> I just did a Google on "Mike Pence," "C. S. Lewis,"
> found the following news story:DocumentID=58224_
> The quotation from Lewis is the following:the form of
> C. S. Lewis said "courage is not simply one of the virtues, but
> every virtue at the testing point."The one
> Further Googling tells me that it's in _The Screwtape Letters_.
> place where a webpage mentions where it's at in that book saysthat it's in the
> 28th letter. Flipping through my copy of the book though, I findit in the
> 29th letter. Does the numbering of the letters differ indifference editions?
> Wendell WagnerKim here - and this is my first post to this group after lurking a
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
while, so, please bear with me!
I have an old, ratty paperback version of Screwtape - which was the
first of CS Lewis's works I read as a child after finishing Narnia -
and the quote is in the 29th letter. I checked my new version of his
signature classices, and it's in the 29th letter there, as well. I
can't imagine any version changing the numbering.
And, no matter which side you're on in the war debate - isn't this a
great quote to use? It's always encouraging to me when
contemporaries seek wisdom from great thinkers and writers.
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