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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Illustrating Faith

Long before Aslan bounded onto the literary scene, C.S. Lewis was already smuggling theology into his works of popular fiction. The Ransom Trilogy, Out of the Silent Planet, Perelandra, and […]

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Abolition of Man as Sci-Fi: C.S. Lewis’ Space Trilogy

All good sci-fi series have at their heart some unique observation about man and his place in the cosmos.  Whether it be the swashbuckling defense of humanity in Captain Kirk […]

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