Gender and the Imago Dei: Together We Reflect the Image of God

In his Ransom Trilogy, C.S. Lewis ironically harnesses the futuristic genre of science fiction to retrieve something very old: what it means to be human. Lewis had warned, in his […]

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Tales of Courage and Hope: Hamilton in Middle Earth and Narnia: Part Two

We continue our look at Hamilton from the perspective of Oxford Professors C. S. Lewis and J. R. R. Tolkien. Part one showed how issues of group and individual significance, […]

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Gender, Not Sex: Presentation of Gender Roles in Lewis’s The Ransom Trilogy

Having abused and misconstrued the word “gender,” we moderns have succeeded in obscuring its meaning entirely. Gender can apply to a quality that we are born with, or more recently, […]

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