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C. S. Lewis: Mentor in Faith

Greg Cootsona | Posted 02.23.2016 | Religion
Greg Cootsona

In my last post, I talked about two kinds of faith, and it was clear from the responses that some don't think faith can seek understanding and thus undergo scrutiny. I presented the 20th century writer and intellectual C. S. Lewis as an example of that type of faith. I hope to clarify my meaning.

The Debate From Hell

Don Meyer, Ph.D. | Posted 12.23.2012 | College
Don Meyer, Ph.D.

It was the classic exchange with two titans ferociously interacting, wielding all of their skills in an epic debate. The stakes were huge and both of them knew it.

"If I Were the Devil"

Holly Munson | Posted 07.02.2012 | Politics
Holly Munson

Satire is an important form of political commentary. The problem is that when someone equates a particular policy position with The Destruction of America As We Know It, they disregard the fact that reasonable people can disagree.

Play Adaptation of C. S. Lewis Classic on National Tour

Stephanie Green | Posted 10.26.2011 | Arts
Stephanie Green

In 2007 "The Screwtape Letters" was adapted for the stage by Max McLean with the Fellowship for the Performing Arts, and the production is enjoying a national tour this year, being warmly received from Los Angeles to Atlanta.

The American Evangelical Love Affair with C.S. Lewis: Why He's Important But Still Not Jesus

Ryan Harper | Posted 05.25.2011 | Religion
Ryan Harper

If there is a scandal of the evangelical mind, it is that there is an evangelical mind -- and it belongs to C.S. Lewis.