C.S. Lewis’ War Against Scientism and Naturalism: A Detailed Examination of His Views by Dr. Jerry Bergman – Creation/Evolution

Lewis confessed that his belief in the unimportance of evolution was shaken while reading on of his friend’s manuscripts, [stating] ‘I wish I were younger,’…’what inclines me now to think that you may be right in regarding it [evolution] as the central lie in the web of falsehood that now governs out lives is not so much your arguments against it as the fanatical and twisted attitudes of its defenders.”

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C. S. Lewis’ War Against Scientism and Naturalism: A Detailed Examination of His Views by Dr. Jerry Bergman

Lewis shied-away from openly endorsing an anti-evolution stand because he feared that among his growing band of disciples some might take umbrage at his association with anti-Darwinists: [explaining] ‘When a man has become a popular Apologist… he must watch his step. Everyone is on the lookout for things that might discredit him.’ Privately, however, he found [anti-evolutionist Bernard] Acworth’s arguments against evolution increasingly compelling-and the pretensions of many biologists repellant.

Later, Lewis confessed that his belief in the unimportance of evolution was shaken while reading on of his friend’s manuscripts, [stating] ‘I wish I were younger,’… ‘what inclines me now to think that you may be right in regarding it [evolution] as the central lie in the web of falsehood that now governs out lives is not so much your arguments against it as the fanatical and twisted attitudes of its defenders.”

Numbers, Ronald. 2006. The Creationists. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, p. 175

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