Un fantástico viaje entre el Cielo y el Infierno En El Gran Divorcio, C. S. Lewis de nuevo utiliza su formidable talento para contar fábulas y alegorías. En un. C. S. (Clive Staples) Lewis, “Jack” to his intimates, was born on November 29, in Belfast, Ireland. His mother died when he was 10 years old and his lawyer. 2 ReviewsWrite review html?id=m7DnW0R1BGIC. El gran divorcio: un sueño. By C. S. Lewis. About this .

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I think in the end Lewis was ingenious in his idea of choice that may be extended to the afterlife, even if those late choices really are only faint shadows of the myriad choices that abounded to a person while on this earth. Refresh and try again. It certainly is not, do not be fooled. His voice is hopeful, yet realistic, daring yet reverent.

El gran divorcio: Un sueño

Apart from a few very! In all, I would recommend this book to fans of C. We see this in the parable of the rich man and Lazarus. It’s a small book, but it has some deep ideas throughout. I don’t agree with the view of purgatory or repenting after death. I remember a book I read once where the people in heaven didn’t like each other much and so heaven was getting more and more spread out because they didn’t want to live by each other.

How does Lewis handle predetermination in relation to the freedom that God leaves us with? Lewis starts out with a disclaimer that he is not trying to paint a real picture of heaven or hell, which is good because certainly, it is not to be read for that purpose. Viewed from this perspective, Lewis didn’t set out to write anything close to a systematic theology.

It’s short, simple and concise, therefore it won’t be troublesome to read it two or three times again. Net-net – I may be too divorcko for this book.


Lewis were still alive today and looked at the world, would he still have the same worldview? It’s the Blackstone Audio version that includes the Abolition of Man which I didn’t listen to, it required more concentration than I could give while driving a car. They sink lower–become interested in their own personalities and then in nothing but their own reputations. Humans possess a certain amount of self-determination, even to forces much more powerful than themselves.

It is easy to see the wisdom developing which would shine through in his later years and wr A great story and a powerful allegory, The Great Divorce serves as both. Intriguing reflection on existence of heaven and hell. The ending was disappointing for some reviewers, but I didn’t really have a problem with it.

What character reminds you of yourself and why? There have been some who were so preoccupied with spreading Christianity that they never gave a thought to Christ.

I am not tempted toward Universalism, c.s.lewiis I see the appeal of Annihilationism. Intriguing to me is that the solid being has to ask permission of the owner of the reptile to kill it, even though the solid being knows what is best for the man and is way stronger and has arms made of fire. Most of the ghosts give a litany of reasons why they don’t want to go there. One day in the future, I will read these ghost stories again and see if my perceptions have changed.

Interesting read with good insights into the various ways grwn which people make themselves miserable. Emma Secton Nope, not at all. User Review – Flag as inappropriate muy bueno lo recomiendo I liked this book. Geez… Lewis is a fine specimen of a writer. A ghost couple is separated between Heaven and Hell because the husband makes use of pity to bring his wife down. To date, the Narnia books have sold over million copies and been transformed into three major motion pictures.

I’m still not sure what to make c.d.lewis of the six, seven ghost stories I read. Is that in this book? Lewis who are mature Christians, and wish for a little extra food for thought to chew on for a while.


If she had loved him Interesting read with good insights into the various ways in which people make themselves miserable. Published March 28th by HarperOne first published I had never read this before, but I knew it was fictional, like Screwtape Letters, with the topic being heaven and especially hell. In this short text chapter 11 seems to be the meat of the book.

El gran divorcio: un sueño – C. S. Lewis – Google Books

This is probably the only exploration of heaven and hell that I would listen to for four hours. This novel has eivorcio, but does not get bogged down in it.

If the main character said, “I must be in Heaven”, the character next to him would say, “Not so fast friend. Surprisingly, this was my first reading of this book, and listening in the car probably dampened my imagination and enjoyment.

Hear me out here. So they could smile at the earthly reactions, excuses, objections, and simply point to reality.

It may not receive the same press or praise as The Screwtape Letters, and rightfully so as The Great Divorce is decidedly inferior, but it’s still worthy of being considered a juicy hamburger to The Screwtape Letter’s filet mignon.

My library Help Advanced Book Search. And I actually agree with him here. Lewis married late in life, inand his wife, writer Joy Davidman, died of cancer in He very cleverly anticipates the pace and distractions of his readers, keeping things moving along very nicely.

Luckily many people in the queue give up and leave, thus he gets a seat in the bus.