Tag: C.S. Lewis
Phillip E. Johnson: A Reading List from Gandalf
Watch an interview when he was healthy and you will see a man who swam in English like a dolphin loved water.
Science, Scientism, and Magic
The scientific culture of the 19th and early 20th century produced three great wizards — Charles Darwin, Karl Marx, and Sigmund Freud.
Phillip E. Johnson: Gandalf Has Gone to the West
Phillip E. put it this way: “Take the ring to Mount Doom where only a miracle will save you and see.” This is one of the key lessons he taught me: dare to win.
Phillip E. Johnson: Men Must Endure Their Going Hence
My grandmother once said in my hearing that she would endure any amount of pain, work, and difficulty for five more minutes with Papaw.
Halloween Countdown No. 3: The Nightmare of Scientism
This afternoon’s selection is The Magician’s Twin, which explores C.S. Lewis’s critique of the evils of scientism in our culture.