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The Screwtape Letters

Summary: A narrative essay in the voice of Wormword writing a letter to Screwtape explaining why he wants to resign. The Screwtape Letters by C. S. Lewis.
The Screwtape Letters
Melissa Carpenter

I have tried to enjoy the extensive and strenuous time we have spent trying to get my patient's soul. I enjoyed being evil and I felt like I had power but now I unfortunately hate the evil that has been inside me for so long. I don't want the patient's soul, in fact, now I only want to help him. I have so much remorse for inflicting such great pain on him just to feel powerful.

I don't think that humans are inferior to us. I only agreed with you to get your approval. Humans are in fact superior to us because God loves them. Also, I believe love is possible. I know it is because God obviously loved all the humans if he sent Jesus to die for them. He loves them enough to give them a choice. I wish I...


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