In celebration of the upcoming 50th anniversary of C.S. Lewis’s death and the installation of a memorial to Lewis in the famous Poet’s Corner of Westminster Abbey, Discovery Institute Press is making available free excerpts from several chapters of the book The Magician’s Twin: C.S. Lewis on Science, Scientism, and Society edited by John G. West. Enjoy! Darwin in the Dock: C.S. Lewis’s Limited Acceptance of Common Descent Darwin in the Dock: C.S. Lewis’s Critique of Evolution and Evolutionism From C.S. Lewis, Four Arguments Friendly to a Universe by Design C.S. Lewis on Science as a Threat to Freedom A Regenerate Science? For the Approaching 50th Anniversary of C.S. Lewis’s Death, a Look at The Magician’s Twin
The Magician’s Twin is both a book and a three-part documentary series that explores C.S. Lewis’s views on science, scientism, and society, including such controversial issues as bioengineering, evolution, and intelligent design. You can find out more about the book here. You can watch the three-part documentary series as the installments become available on YouTube using the embedded videos below. Part one of the documentary series, C.S. Lewis and the Case Against Scientism, explores Lewis’s prophetic concerns about the misuse of science to “abolish” man and to undermine personal freedoms and human dignity. Part two of the documentary series, C.S. Lewis and Evolution, examines Lewis’s growing doubts about parts of Darwinian evolution, beginning with his views while still an atheist. Read More ›
Newly discovered notes reveal C.S. Lewis’s intense interest in the topic of evolution as well as his early skepticism of Darwin. The notes are described and quoted from for the first time in the new book The Magician's Twin.