Monday, 11 February 2013
C.S. Lewis, Darwin Doubter
C.S. Lewis doubted evolution even before he became a Christian. Still an atheist, he realised that Darwinism could not produce something as complicated as a human being.
He was well aware of both the literature that promoted Darwinism and criticism of evolution, including the writings of Henri Bergson.
Later, as a literature professor and a famous Christian writer, he became even more sceptical of Darwinian evolution.
A new video, The Magician's Twin: C.S. Lewis and Evolution, examines his views on Darwinism: