In the century and a half since Darwin published the Origin of the Species, no Christian theologian has given a more searching examination to the question of man's place in the cosmos than Oxford scholar C.S. Lewis.
His readers have naturally wondered what conclusion Lewis drew about evolutionary theory. A debate next week at Biola University, in La Mirada, California, confronts the question head-on: Was Lewis a Darwinian, a proponent of intelligent design, a theistic evolutionist, or something else altogether? The title of the debate is "Evolution and C.S. Lewis: What Did He Really Believe?" It is presented by Mike Peterson from Asbury Seminary and John West who helps direct the Center for Science & Culture at Biola.
The event is February 6 and it sounds like a great one. Learn more on the Biola website.