“But it’s for your own good.” C. S. Lewis on tyranny

I was having a productive day until a friend of mine sent me the following famous quote from C. S. Lewis in God in the Dock: Essays on Theology and Ethics, which appeared today (11/1) in the Wall Street Journal on page A17. Now I’m all riled up and I won’t get any more work done. [Read More…]

Would C. S. Lewis Have Joined the Discovery Institute? (3 guesses and the first 2 don’t count)

Over at The Biologos Forum, David Williams has begun a series on what C. S. Lewis thought about evolution, Genesis, myth, and how all this fits together for Christianity (Surprised by Jack: C.S. Lewis on Mere Christianity, the Bible, and Evolutionary Science, Part 1). Williams’s series is prompted by a recent publication of the Discovery Institute edited [Read More…]

C. S. Lewis on Evolution: It’s Sort of a British Thing

Yesterday’s post by David Williams takes a look at C. S. Lewis and what he had to say about evolution. Those familiar with Lewis’s writings will already be on board, though David points out a some things I think many will be interested in. David’s post illustrates something I have come across on my own in interactions [Read More…]

Posted Video from NC State Science and Faith Conference

David Williams has posted the video from the symposium Biblical Faith in an Age of Science; Adam & Eve, Evolution, and Evangelicalism that took place on the campus of NC State on April 12. David is the campus minister for InterVarsity’s graduate and faculty ministries at NC State and Meredith College. A while back I also linked [Read More…]

David Williams on C. S. Lewis and a Very Human Bible

David Williams, my friend and campus minister for InterVarsity in a state that is the epicenter of ACC basketball, recently ran–without my realizing it–an amazing series on C. S. Lewis on his blog resurrecting raleigh. David goes deeper than I do here, and I think you’ll like what he has to say. Here are the links to his [Read More…]