According to Lewis, science steps dangerously outside its bounds when it assumes it has all knowledge, especially moral knowledge.
Scientism is the idea that science is the ultimate path to knowledge and wisdom — the only sure path — and that the spiritual realm is a mirage.
Was C. S. Lewis an enemy of science? The apparent answer to this question is no.
Who would have predicted all that Americans have experienced in the past five months?
Here, Professor C. John Collins of Covenant Theological Seminary explains Lewis’s critique of scientific planning.