All along there has been strong evidence that humans are separated from animals not by a mutation but by a chasm.
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.
Recently we received an e-mail inquiring about a couple of critical Amazon reviews of Science and Human Origins, one by Paul McBride and another by Jon F. Peters.
The reason this is making headlines is because the researchers found a few skulls in a single location, and they think they can assign them all to the same species.