Nineteenth-century Darwinism was much more than a revolutionary scientific theory.
Darwin didn’t merely predict racial genocide; he thought it would advance human evolution.
It wasn’t until they were forced by events that the Zoo and the Wildlife Conservation Society admitted this black life mattered.
Was C. S. Lewis an enemy of science? The apparent answer to this question is no.
The truth is that placing a man in the Monkey House was intended as an education for the public in Darwinian evolution.