XMAS and Christmas, by C.S. Lewis

In an essay published in God In the Dock, C.S. Lewis writes a very contemporary commentary on Christmas via a fauxmythical style. I find it to be very humorous while making a powerful point (some may find it to be too grumpy, but I liked it). Note: “Niatirb” is Britain spelled backwards. Read it for yourself here. It is short and worth your time.

Then for another essay with a more straight forward commentary from Lewis on Christmas, click here (it’s another short chapter/essay from the same book).

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