Post-Agnostic Science:

1. Anthropic Coincidences In 1973, astronomer and cosmologist Brandon Carter (Carter 1974) delivered a lecture in which he announced an exciting new discovery: the fundamental constants of the physical world must have been very delicately fine-tuned in order to make life possible. Since that time, literally dozens of such remarkable coincidences have been discovered, the so-called “anthropic coincidences.” (‘Anthropic’ is Read More ›

A New Beginning

The good news this month is the appearance of Michael Behe’s book, Darwin’s Black Box, published by the Free Press. As far as I know, it is the first outright anti-Darwin book to have been published by a major New York house for decades; perhaps since the 1920’s. Behe (pronounced “Bee He”) is an associate professor of Biological Sciences at Read More ›

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Studying foreign languages remotely. Cheerful female tutor teaching Italian on web, giving online lesson on smartphone
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Can a Virtual School Help Improve Learning?

It probably is true, indeed, that computers and educational software, by themselves, will never equate to a great or even a good teacher. But if today's networked computing is enlisted, the possibilities become more promising. Read More ›

Light in the Shadowlands Replaces C. S. Lewis Hoax

In October 1994 Questar Publishers of Sisters, Oregon, is releasing a new book, Light in the Shadowlands: Protecting the Real C.S. Lewis. It incorporates The C.S. Lewis Hoax but is more than twice as long — with new features, vastly more information, and several surprises. It is softbound, to hold cost down to $10.99, and illustrated again by Patrick Wynne. Read More ›

Comic Book Screwtape, $10

“For some years now poor Walter Hooper (sic) has not been the person who decides what material under copyright control, owned by, or controlled by, the C.S. Lewis Estate, is to be published and what is not. I am employed by that estate to recommend on quality control and copyright infringement…. You may not like some of the decisions which Read More ›

“Most Substantial People” Lewis Fragment Discovered

Incredible as it seems, there is an important unfinished novel by C.S.Lewis still waiting to be read. For over twenty years this 5,333-word gem has been stored in the Wade Center with Warren Lewis’s other gifts intended for everyone who cares about Lewis. It combines Lewis’s masterful style and readability with his usual focus on truth and goodness. Ironically, one Read More ›

The Lewis Legacy-Issue 61, Summer 1994 From the Mailbag

I appreciate all you have done to disseminate and protect the gift of a writer who is, it seems to me, quite possibly the most influential Christian apologist of the last two centuries. Richard John Neuhaus, President, Religion and Public Life In school I had the book Major British Writers (Harcourt, 1954), a series under the general editorship of G.B. Read More ›

The Lewis Legacy-Issue 61, Summer 1994 Assorted Quotations

I never in my most sanguine moments dreamed that the invasion of Europe would go quite so well. September 6, 1944, C. S. Lewis’s letter to Sister Penelope I have appreciated the work of C. S. Lewis, particularly his essays. Mere Christianity was placed in my hands at a time when I don’t know what I would have done without Read More ›

The Lewis Legacy-Issue 61, Summer 1994 Stop and Shop

C. S. Lewis: Green & Hooper biography, fall 1994, Harcourt, $12.95softcover. Revised? Canadian C.S. Lewis Journal: now available from Editor Roger Stronstad, c/o Western Pentecostal Bible College. U.S. orders: send $10 to P.O. Box 70, Sumas, WA 98295. Canadian orders: send $12 to Box 1700, Abbotsford, B.C., V2S 7E7. British orders: send 5.00. The Door: serious Christian humor and satire Read More ›