Clive Staples Lewis was a celebrated Anglo-Irish novelist, academic, medievalist, literary critic, lay theologian and Christian apologist whose impact and influence lives on.

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Tag: Naturalism

Belief & Unbelief: A Reappraisal

July 3rd, 2008

Ten Maxims for Reflection and DebateDr. Bruce L. Edwards SKEPTICISM is always easier than belief, for skepticism commits one to nothing in particular, and removes accountability. The believer by contrast must live up to her principles and face the possibility of being wrong or hypocritical. And doleful public scrutiny. All the skeptic has to do […]

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Lewis's Grand Miracles: Against Naturalism

April 5th, 2008

Miracles (1947) is comprised of seventeen lucid and succinct chapters and two appendices crafted with Lewis’s characteristic care for precision of definition, ample and multiple illustration of key points, and the anticipation and critique of objections from earnest readers. In view of such works as Al Gore’s The Assault on Reason (2007) and Susan Jacoby’s […]

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