Tag Archives: C.S. Lewis

The Argument for God from Reason

the argument for God from reason

Every so often, I’ll hear or see a skeptic claim that religion is the result of non-thinking, a blind leap into the darkness of human ignorance. At the same time, he’ll claim that his view of atheism is the view of science and truth, of reason and rationality. I find such people to be generally…

The Screwtape Letters on Stage

Screwtape Letters

The C.S. Lewis classic work, The Screwtape Letters, comes to a stage near you (hopefully). The Screwtape Letters is a collection of letters written by a senior demon, Screwtape, to his nephew, who happens to be in training. But what can you expect from a one man (speaking part) performance? Well, be prepared to be…

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