Fern Seed and Elephants

Summary or Keywords

C. S. Lewis tackles the common skeptical charge that the gospels are myth, legend, or fable, pointing out that these are one genre, and the gospels are completely different. Convincingly he makes a point that the one who does not see the difference "hasn't learned to read." He also comments on how poorly critics analyze and understand the authorship process even in contemporary times, so why would their methods be reliable for material written thousands of years ago?

By
C. S. Lewis
Category
Why We Believe
Publication Year
1959
Resource Type
Text-Based Resource
Minimum Familiarity Level
Somewhat Familiar With the Subject
Curriculum Level
High School
College
Groups that would be especially interested in this resource
College Students
Teachers
Pastors
Apologists


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