Reason as a Universal Constant
Stuart Greenstreet asks if C.S. Lewis was right that reason proves the supernatural.
C.S. Lewis (1898-1963) was one of the most influential writers of his day – an ‘intellectual giant’, it was said. He had, and still has, a vast audience for his children’s fiction (The Chronicles of Narnia) and for his many books written to counter objections to religious belief (notably Mere Christianity). Lewis taught literature at Oxford and Cambridge Universities all his adult life, and was made a Cambridge professor in 1954.