COMMENTARY: On the 60th anniversary of their deaths, it’s clear it was Lewis who was truly prophetic — for he offered an apologetic for Christ, not for man’s own mastery of the future.
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Atheists seem to accept their atheism as a matter of faith, not reason. This is not rational but merely wishful thinking.
‘The Most Reluctant Convert’ leads viewers from C.S. Lewis’ troubled childhood to his life-changing friendships with J.R.R. Tolkien and Hugo Dyson.
Dickens, Wilde, Lewis, Borges and Greene have very little in common, yet they are all held together by the thin thread of Chestertonian brilliance.
Our answer to the question asked by Our Lord — “Who do men say that I am?” — changes everything for us.
Michael Ward’s new book sheds new light on C.S. Lewis’ The Abolition of Man
New movie will chronicle the conversion of the beloved author.