From the Nov/Dec, 2017 issue of Touchstone
C. S. Lewis evolution The Central Lie by Louis Markos

Book Review

The Central Lie

C. S. Lewis: Anti-Darwinist: A Careful Examination of the Development of His Views on Darwinism
by Jerry Bergman

Wipf & Stock, 2016
(160 pages, $21.00, paperback)

reviewed by Louis Markos

Let's face it: most Christian writers and academics today who accept the Nicene Creed, who are passionate about evangelism, and who believe that the Christian worldview has implications for all that we study and write owe a conscious debt to C. S. Lewis. That is a good thing, but it can often lead to turf wars, with various factions seeking to appropriate Lewis for the . . .


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