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C.S. Lewis Gets it Wrong: Liar, Lunatic, Lord … or Legend?

“The Unicorn in Captivity” (c. 1500), the Unicorn Tapestry collection, The Cloisters

C.S. Lewis is rightly famous for his impact on Christian apologetics. With this argument, however, he misses the elephant in the room. [Read more...]

Dr Johnson: The Angel of Mons

Sure, legend can creep into a story—William Tell, King Arthur, and Robin Hood might have legendary elements. These stories happened long ago, so it’s hard to tell. But that never happens in the modern era, to modern people, right? Think again: the supernatural can indeed corrupt modern history. [Read more...]


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