C. S. Lewis Exposed
Dec. 5, 2021 (1st day of 9th month)
2 Cor. 6:14-18
Clive Staples Lewis is much honored among most "Christians", which in itself is a red flag, as the wicked world loves its own and hates true Christians.
If someone is a famous best seller, stay away from such writings!
The Walt Disney Corporation created a series of films adapted from C.S. Lewis' Chronicles of Narnia. The first was The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe.
The Narnia fables are filled with heresy, promoting the concept of white or good witches and even teaching universalism.
He believed in purgatory which is impossible for a bible believing Christian.
In the June 1998 issue of Christianity Today, the dean of Brigham Young University, is quoted as saying that C.S. Lewis "is so well received by Latter-day Saints [Mormons] because of his broad and inclusive vision of Christianity" (John W. Kennedy, "Southern Baptists Take Up the Mormon Challenge," Christianity Today, 6/15/98, page 30).
In his book, MERE CHRISTIANITY, (New York, Macmillian Publishing Company, 1960), pp. 176-177.) C.S. Lewis said,
"There are people who do not accept the full Christian doctrine about Christ but who are so strongly attracted by Him that they are His in a much deeper sense than they themselves understand. There are people in other religions who are being led by God's secret influence to concentrate on those parts of their religion which are in agreement with Christianity, and who thus belong to Christ without knowing it. For example, a Buddhist of good will may be led to concentrate more and more on the Buddhist teaching about mercy and to leave in the background (though he might still say he believed) the Buddhist teaching on certain other points. Many of the good Pagans long before Christ's birth may have been in this position."
Letters of C. S. Lewis, (New York, Harper and Row, 2001), p. 428.
"I think that every prayer which is sincerely made even to a false god or to a very imperfectly conceived true God, is accepted by the true God and that Christ saves many who do not think they know Him."
Reflections On The Psalms, (New York, Mariner Books 1964), p. 129.
"as I believe, Christ, fulfills both Paganism and Judaism."
Lewis believed man is an animal.
"When we come to man, the highest of the animals, we get the completest resemblance to God which we know of." (p.139)