Tomorrow, November 22, is the 50th anniversary of the death of C.S. Lewis (and John F. Kennedy and Aldous Huxley) in 1963.* Discovery Institute is releasing the third of a series of short films on C.S. Lewis, Darwinism, and design, based on the book The Magician’s Twin
Here are the first two in the series:
There have been attempts in recent years to turn Lewis into one of those all-purpose good guys who always fronted the tenured, Sunday-papers status quo; for example, claims that he was a good Christian Darwinist. Uh, decidedly no. Here are researched facts on the subject.
* Note: Peter Kreeft wrote a short dialogue between Lewis, Kennedy, and Huxley. May you find it in your Christmas stocking.