We Can Value Work Through Words

In his religious satire, Screwtape Letters, C.S. Lewis unmasks lies many fall prey to in their Christian life. Though he never speaks directly to daily labor, it’s easy to imagine Screwtape, Lewis’ senior demon, teaching his nephew and junior demon, Wormwood, to persuade his new proselyte that everyday work is fruitless, that only church work is a high calling. “To deaden the spirit, get the

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