‘A Brief Defense of C.S. Lewis and Narnia’ (2015)

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Puddleglum–theologian in training?

To boil it down all the way–C.S. Lewis was an atheist and could very easily have remained one all his life: so whatever quibbles we might have with his theology, however late he came to work in the Lord’s vineyard, he did the best he could.

A Brief Defense of C.S. Lewis (and Narnia)

If God requires of us more than that, we’re all in deep, deep trouble.

5 comments on “‘A Brief Defense of C.S. Lewis and Narnia’ (2015)

  1. I’ve never read him, so I can’t really comment intelligently. Everyone should keep in mind that it’s fiction, and not meant to be scripture.

    1. Lewis wrote many books about Christianity, including “Mere Christianity,” and gave a famous series of talks on the radio during WWII. Most Christians love his Narnia books; a few hate them. On the whole, I find him to be an inspiration.

  2. I loved so many of his books (fiction and non) – the third book of his trilogy, That Hideous Strength, led me to faith as a young person. I came to appreciate and study many of his other books later in life, including some of his medieval studies when I was in seminary. Thanks for this post!

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