Tag: C.S. Lewis
Darwin in the Dock: C.S. Lewis’s Critique of "Evolutionism"
By highlighting the all-too-human frailties of modern science, Lewis made his most important contribution to the evolution debate.
From C.S. Lewis, Four Arguments Friendly to a Universe by Design
In Lewis’s view, the longings provoked by earthly beauty could not be accounted for by a blind and mechanistic material universe.
Hagiography for Nature‘s Faithful
The focus of the feature is not so much Joe Thornton as it is intelligent design.
C.S. Lewis Meets Sigmund Freud, March 27, in Seattle
“A profound and deeply touching play about two men who boldly addressed the greatest questions of all time.” New York Times
“Then They Came for Me — and There Was No One Left to Speak for Me.”
Censorship, once indulged and condoned, doesn’t end just because one taboo debate has been suppressed.