God the Great Iconoclast: C.S. Lewis’s Personal Theodicy

In his Summa, Thomas Aquinas recognized that the problem of evil was perhaps the most potent objection one could make to the goodness or even the existence of God.[1] C.S. Lewis called this “the problem of pain” and explained it to the layman like this: ‘If God were good, He would wish to make His […]

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“Will These Hands Ne’er be Clean?”: C.S. Lewis and the Apologetic Response to the Themes of Macbeth

Before anyone can accept the idea of salvation through Christ, they must first realize that there is something that they need to be saved from. The emotion of disgust, especially towards the evil deeds that are witnessed on a regular basis in the modern world, arouses a person’s reason to the factual conclusion that evil […]

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