C.S. Lewis and the Argument from Morality to God

Clive Staples Lewis was undoubtedly one of the greatest Christian apologists of the twentieth century. Although he never became a Catholic, Lewis’s writing was “Catholic-friendly” in important ways. He espoused eucharistic realism, a male ministerial priesthood, and auricular confession, among other things. And although Lewis’s exposition of a basic or “mere” Christianity is not without […]