C.S. Lewis

What if the Robots take your Job? Theological Perspectives on Artificial Intelligence

What will you do when the robots take your job? If you reflect on the last 40, and particularly 20 years, you might discover that they already have taken jobs. Whether telephone automation, ATM’s, or express checkouts at the grocery store, technology works faster, more efficiently, and quite simply, better, than humans. Companies know that machines increase profit without the complexities of…

Everything Will Be Yours because God Will Be Yours

This blog is part of a series on The Great Divorce by C.S. Lewis’ For the last six months our church has been working through Jesus’ teaching in the Sermon on the Mount. We have reached the concluding section, which, like the previous four segments, bears the familiar contrast of twos. Jesus reminds his hearers of the reality that they’ve reached a…

The Great Divorce Part II: Willing Departure From the Faith

This blog is part of a series of essays on the Great Divorce by C.S. Lewis Many young men and women grow up in Bible-believing families, are members of evangelical churches and yet lose their faith after attending college. In some cases, a religion or philosophy course undermines what was considered by the student foundational for their faith. For others, a plurality…

An Introduction to The Great Divorce by C.S. Lewis

This post is the first of a series of blogs that will examine the theology, characterization, and overall message of The Great Divorce by C.S. Lewis As one of the great 20th-century authors for the Christian faith, C.S. Lewis’ (1899 –1963) writings continue to resonate with contemporary readers. As professor of medieval history at Oxford University, Lewis was thoroughly versed in the…