From the Nov/Dec, 2014 issue of Touchstone
C. S. Lewis Anselm & Aslan by Donald T. Williams

Anselm & Aslan

C. S. Lewis & the Ontological Argument by Donald T. Williams

"We trust not because 'a God' exists, but because this God exists." —C. S. Lewis, "On Obstinacy in Belief"

"But who is Aslan? Do you know him?"
"Well, he knows me," said Edmund. —Lewis, The Voyage of the Dawn Treader

C. S. Lewis wrote his brother Warnie on October 24, 1931, that "God might be defined as 'a Being who spends his time having his existence proved and disproved.'" This jocular definition reminds us that we . . .


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