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12/11/10

MSNBC Shows Their Ignorance, Says CS Lewis is Just a "Kids' Author"

MSNBC host Chris Matthews and commentator Richard Wolffe recently shared a laugh upon learning that Sarah Palin says that she draws inspiration from reading the works of C.S. Lewis. Wolffe expressed incredulity at Palin's statement, noting that Lewis wrote “a series of kids’ books... Divine inspiration? There are things she could’ve said to divine inspiration. Choosing C.S. Lewis is an interesting one.”

Matthews and Wolffe deserve to be on Olbermann's "Worst Person in the World" list for their incredible ignorance.  C.S. Lewis is widely considered to be one of the greatest Christian apologetics of the 20th century -- that is in addition to writing a handful of Narnia books.




To idiots Wolffe and Matthews, check out these books C.S. Lewis wrote:
The Problem of Pain (1940)
The Abolition of Man (1943)
Miracles: A Preliminary Study (1947, revised 1960)
Mere Christianity (1952)
Reflections on the Psalms (1958)
The Four Loves (1960)
Christian Reflections (1967)
God in the Dock: Essays on Theology and Ethics (1970),
Of Other Worlds (1982) — with one essay not included in Essay Collection
Compelling Reason: Essays on Ethics and Theology (1998)
Essay Collection: Literature, Philosophy and Short Stories (2000)
Essay Collection: Faith, Christianity and the Church (2000)

Oh, and some more light-hearted children's stories:
The Pilgrim's Regress (1933)
The Screwtape Letters (1942)
The Great Divorce (1945)
Till We Have Faces (1956)
Screwtape Proposes a Toast (1961)
Letters to Malcolm: Chiefly on Prayer (1964)
 I should also mention that C.S. Lewis was one of the lead experts on medieval fiction in his day.  

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Chris Matthews is one of many liberals who despise Christians and Christian values. Tis the season!

Anonymous said...

I thought these folks were the "educated" elite...