In addition to which, can anyone say that _nothing_ was learned from
this exchange? Even with the messiness of it all, much insight and
learning was offered, and I know I'm not the only one who learned a few
things about Lewis. I regret the hurt feelings, of course, but I'd like
to think we can set them aside, learn from our mistakes, do better next
time, and move on in our shared love of Our Three Authors.
On Mar 29, 2005, at 9:13 PM, Ginger McElwee wrote:
> I agree with Grace. I would not like to see discussions become
> The whole point of a list like this one is to allow
> a large number of people to discuss a topic. I seldom participate, but
> I read all the posts, and I would hate to miss any of
> the fun.
> Ginger McElwee
> Grace wrote:
>> The only problem I have with this is that I don't know everyone on the
>> and there is a great probability of feedback from someone I wouldn't
> think to
>> address privately. Which is why I love this List -- I don't know who
>> expert on what, and it's always such fine finding out!