Good News for All by Dr. Ron J. Bigalke, November 2016, Midnight Call Magazine

In his Abolition of Man, C. S. Lewis defended the objectivity of values, such as beauty and goodness, in contrast to the modern notion that such qualities are merely individualistic. Lewis wrote, “Until quite modern times all teachers and even all men believed the universe to be such that certain emotional reactions on our part could be either congruous or incongruous to it—believed, in fact, that objects did not merely receive, but could merit, our approval or disapproval, our reverence, or our contempt” (p. 25).

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