Design in Three Dimensions

C. S. Lewis Can Help Us See Through the "Nothing Buttery" of Our Age

C. S. Lewis, the beloved apologist, was not always a Christian. He suffered greatly in his younger years, having lost his mother at an early age, and having survived years of unpleasantness in boarding schools. Then, as a young man, he volunteered to go to the front in World War I, where he saw horrors that most of us would find hard to imagine, and was wounded. All of this colored his view of the world.

He saw the world as a place of darkness, disease, death, and un-design. By un-design I mean that the world was not the result of a benevolent creator's intelligently ordered process but...


is the Director of Science Communication at the Center for Science and Culture at the Discovery Institute and a senior research scientist at Biologic Institute.

This article originally appeared in Salvo, Issue #49, Summer 2019 Copyright © 2020 Salvo |


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