Thursday, November 17, 2016

New book on Lewis and politics



Gyan said...

"a concomitant opposition to the idea that any society should be run on strictly Christian principles"

CS Lewis held this, for instance his position on divorce, because he felt that England was no longer a Christian nation in the sense that most people tried to follow Christian teaching in these respects. Thus his reasons are not the same as those offered by Locke.

Joseph Hinman (Metacrock) said...

speaking of politics i post reflections on the election from the day after, that's a good title for it, "the day after:" but it's title is I told the richstag was burning"