Both men were famous for their wartime broadcasts on the BBC. But what if anything did the famous scholar, author, and Christian apologist C. S. Lewis think of his contemporary, the even more famous Winston Churchill—a man of decidedly irregular religious belief?
In the latest in our series of online specials, Robert Revington looks through the letters of C. S. Lewis and finds that the political views of Narnia’s creator centered on decidedly practical matters with which Churchill entirely sympathized: food rationing. To read the story, please CLICK HERE.
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