By: Brad Rogers
A past professor of mine once said that friendship is what makes life worth living. He may have overstated his case, but friendship is certainly a great blessing in this life. However, many never find and make good friends in this life. There are lots of barriers to maintaining good friendships, but the difficulty of keeping good friends in this life should not prevent us from the pursuing such friendships. It is well known that scholar, author and atheist turned Christian apologist, C.S. Lewis, had good friends, and he reflected on the topic in some of his writing. In the article below, Jared Kennedy shares 5 key truths on friendship he has gleaned from reading Lewis. I think it’s worth 5-10 minutes of your time as it is a useful piece for thinking through your friendships even if you don’t agree in some places.
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