November 22, 1963: Do You Know That Two Other Famous People Died on That Date Too?

Updated on Nov. 23, 2013:


Who Was C.S. Lewis?
Sinclair Ferguson Nov 22, 2013 
C.S. Lewis was a twentieth-century novelist, Christian apologist, and lay theologian. . . (Nov. 22) marks the 50th anniversary of his death.

Some other blog posts on C.S. Lewis

C.S. Lewis on Amazon


Original post from Nov. 22, 2013:


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As an aside, one of the above videos provides further fodder, I am sure, for the contention that John F. Kennedy was a conservative, standing up to the Soviet Union and communism.  Quotes have also been cited that he sought to lower taxes to expand growth.  Here, for example

Two other famous personalities died on that day.
Here are a couple of links that speak about them as well. Of the three, C.S. Lewis had the most profound impact upon my life personally.  His influence remains to this day. 

Kennedy, Huxley and Lewis
By Cal Thomas

A Review of  Between Heaven and Hell: A Dialog Somewhere Beyond Death with John F. Kennedy, C. S. Lewis & Aldous Huxley

Getting back to the main focus of this day, what is probably missed as our remembrances typically are tied to dates is that the JFK assassination was one of a few awful assassinations that marked a turbulent time (some would also throw Malcom X's assassination into that grouping though he is a more controversial figure than JFK, RFK and MLK).

This song was written linking the main personalities of the tumultuous 1960's and Abraham Lincoln before them




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