Tag Archives: C. S. Lewis

C. S. Lewis on the Medieval Mind

I recently read C. S. Lewis’ The Discarded Image: An Introduction to Medieval and Renaissance Literature for a reading club. It is based on his course lectures given at Oxford. I had expected a somewhat boring discussion of one obscure … Continue reading

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Evolution and Faith: My Story, Part 2

In Part 1, I described the trajectory of my thinking over the past four decades as an evangelical Christian on the scientific aspects of creation. Here I describe the personal and theological aspects of this journey.  Hard Questions and Cold … Continue reading

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“The World’s Last Night”: C. S. Lewis on the Second Coming

C. S. Lewis (shown above) was perhaps the most versatile Christian writer of the twentieth century. His literary output included: – Children’s stories packed with allegory (Chronicles of Narnia, some of which have been adapted to film) – Science fiction … Continue reading

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