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|Quote (Bob O'H @ Sep. 07 2009,15:22)|
|Grab the popcorn|
Dear Mr. Dembski,
I was attracted to your site because of your comment about C. S. Lewis in this post. Having studied and written about Lewis fairly extensively (See my “Mere Theology: A Guide to the Thought of C. S. Lewis”) it strikes me that your comments about Lewis’s view on evolution is mistaken. I can think of no place in which Lewis retracts his theistic evolutionary stance expressed in “The Problem of Pain”. Could you site a source for your contention that Lewis changed his view on evolution?
(P.S. Learned Hand - in the same thread you imply that Darwin wrote in the 17th Century. I think your point is still valid, though)
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