What DID C. S. Lewis Really Believe?

The man behind Narnia

The man behind Narnia

C. S. Lewis was one of the most influential, if not the most influential, Anglican writer of the twentieth century. Any informed Western Christian could not have lived in the middle and latter twentieth century without having encountered Lewis, for he was both prolific and well-publicized.

So begins this interesting examination of the beliefs of Lewis. I am aware of the fact that many have a deep regard for the writings of this man and I am not suggesting anything about him, but I am raising the question, “Was Lewis really what people believe him to be?” Personally, I don’t know, but I have to admit that I am influenced by this critique of the man behind Narnia.

What did C.S. Lewis really believe? You’ll have to read the critique to find out the author’s conclusion.




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