CS Lewis On Chivalry


Not a blend, or mix, but 2 distinct characteristics in one man.

All is not lost, if we understand and practice the art of Chivalry and depend wholly on God for our strength, courage and meekness (being defined as power under control).

It is not an outdated concept, it is, it seems, forgotten by society.

A time is coming which will test the very fabric of men.

Tick. Tock.

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7 Responses to CS Lewis On Chivalry

  1. a follower says:

    Thankyou, a very good presentation, one to think about.
    Enter the valley of the shadow of death. Murderers lusting for blood on both sides, are we to pick a side?
    Draw nigh to God, and He will draw nigh to you. Cleanse your hands,ye sinners; and purify your hearts,ye double minded. James 4

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  3. Walter Mitty says:

    Lancelot who went in to another mans wife. How noble, how meek, what a coward not having the nobility and courage to leave and not get involved. Like David who committed murder to cover His treachery and brought destruction to His House. Murderers lusting on both sides? What a joke.
    Tell that to the 15 million White Ukrainians killed by Stalin. Tell that to the 60 million White Christian Russians killed by the Jewish Bolsheviks. Tell that to the million German WWII Pow’s murdered by the Allies.

    If You are White You do not have to pick a side, one will be picked for you. Or you can just surrender. Surrender your Grandchildren or Great Grandchildren to forced Race Mixing or Marriage at nine years old to some Mufti or Pedophilia, or forced homosexuality. Surrender to the inevitable genocide of the White Race. Do that and your Grandchildren and Great Grandchildren
    will curse your name.

    It takes two White people to make a white person.They just won’t leave us alone. There is only one side lusting for murder.


    • lawless says:

      Lancelot was a fictional character who was flawed for literary interests. The greater point, the one Lewis is trying to convey, is that a man can choose to be both an incredibly violent warrior when needed and an incredibly meek and gentle man when it is time for it.

      Man’s nature is to be one or the other.

      Brutal, or Milksop.

      To be both, not a blend or middle ground, but both at the same time takes incredible control and a belief in a greater power than oneself.

      We are about to be tested, and I want to be able to retain myself if there’s an “after” and not be lost to barbarism or to slavery by weakness.

  4. oldtimer505 says:

    Thank you for a great presentation and point of view.

    My concern is, we have become to stratified and Godless to produce a large supply of individuals like Lancelot. I feel he lies nearer the tail of the bell shaped curve. Which end will prevail? How long before a balance once again is reached is anyone’s guess.

    It is approaching the time we, as individuals, harden our hearts and find our God of mercy as well. Our men and women that have served know this and never stop giving of themselves in my opinion because they have seen what mankind is capable of. Thank you to all of them, God go with them all and God be with us all in the future.

    Let us all pray the correction will leave as small a stain on humanity as possible. I truly feel we can’t avoid the correction. It was of all our making in one way or another. Some just had a larger presents at the table than others.

    God bless all.

  5. TS Adams says:

    When does it start; how does it start, where does it start.

    God knows and it will be Him that decides and initiates it.

    We are an un-Godly nation and what is coming should
    not be a surprise.

    I know this: God is just and will destroy the wicked but not
    leave His own uncorrected. This will be a bloody battle and
    our everyday fair will be the food of regret of our negligence
    in allowing freedom to be turned into license.

    “Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other.” John Adams

    • a follower says:

      Good points,
      All by His timing, James 5
      1 Peter 4:17 For it is time for judgment to begin with the … -- Bible Hub
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