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Excellent insights into the reasons science is not what we have been lead to believe.Published 3 months ago by middle-way
I enjoyed the book, but I think I would have gotten more from it if I had read more C. S. Lewis to begin with. Read morePublished 5 months ago by JSiv
I have read all of CSL's works. This book pulls lots of the threads together in a manner at once true to Lewis's work and yet giving it new energy, new perspective, and new depth. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Jim
I was amazed at how excellent this book is. It is not just an analysis of C.S. Lewis' penetrating thoughts on modern science and scientism, but it explains and analyses the... Read morePublished 14 months ago by DSmith
I thought this book was written by C.S. Lewis, but it is about C. S. Lewis, not written by him.Published 17 months ago by Loren L McCann
West has to learn how to end a sentence! By the time you finish the sentence, you've lost the point and have to re-read it. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Russ Lynn
Any discerning person seeking truth as real science (not junk science like evolution) can offer, should read this book and others, like Mere Christianity by Lewis.Published 21 months ago by DougC
It is astonishing how prescient Lewis was, as shown by three various contributors demonstrate. So much of what is reported as science today is more like dogma.Published 22 months ago by Dave Davis