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C. S. Lewis is best known for his Narnia tales and Christian apologetics, works that have sold more than 100 million copies. But Lewis was also a trained philosopher and a professor at Cambridge and Oxford. An intellectual giant, he fiercely and extensively critiqued the fashionable dogma known as scientism - the idea that science is the only path to knowledge, and matter the fundamental reality.

Michael Aeschliman’s The Restoration of Man ably surveys Lewis' eloquent case against this dogma and situates him among the many other notable thinkers who have entered the fray over this crucial issue. Aeschliman shows why Lewis’ case for the human person as more than matter - as a creature with inherent rationality and worth - is a precious resource for restoring and preserving our culture’s sanity, wisdom, and moral order.

©2019 Michael D. Aeschliman (P)2021 Blackstone Publishing

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Great book

This is a very important and interesting book that I will read more than once. I would recommend it to anyone who is interested in Christianity and Truth.