There was one book about evolution in which Lincoln seems to have taken a definite interest.
Will you help us rescue our culture from the Darwinist Grinches, the Scrooges of modern materialism?
By highlighting the all-too-human frailties of modern science, Lewis made his most important contribution to the evolution debate.
Lewis first read French philosopher Henri Bergson during World War I while recovering from shrapnel wounds, and the experience was profound.
It would be wrong to conclude that his acceptance of some kind of human evolution placed him in the camp of mainstream evolutionary biology, or even mainstream theistic evolution.