C. S. Lewis’ private secretary once said of him that he was “the most thoroughly converted man” he had ever met. But the conversion to faith in Christ by this noted Oxford and Cambridge professor was a long and winding road.
Although Lewis is recognized today by many as a popular children’s writer, he is also well known as “an apostle to skeptics” and one of the most provocative thinkers of our time.
As RBC staff writer Dennis Fisher points out in the following pages, Lewis is remembered not only as someone who moved from atheism to faith in Christ, but as someone who was thoroughly and profoundly changed by what he came to believe and embrace.
Mart De Haan