C.S Lewis on Stage
A look at the Stage Production ”C.S. Lewis On stage: The Most Reluctant Convert”
In today’s society especially, it seems that mankind is withdrawing further and further away from the importance of the natural, revelling in orcishly hurtling towards a false sense of gravitas, sought after in the un-organic, such as virtual reality and technological distractions.
This atheistic and objective view of the world hasn’t changed since the great inception and implementation of the movement of modernism over 100 years ago. Of which, German Philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche “Christened” in the late 1800’s with the conclusive term – “God is dead. God remains dead. And we have killed him”.
This chaos-ensuing cynicism did not “Resonate” per say with C.S. Lewis’s cynicism, however. His take on it was, “No, I did not believe God existed. But I was angry at God for not existing”.
— To be continued in our October 2020 issue of Cut Frame Magazine. —
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