What I Learned from C.S. Lewis
In his footsteps
One of C.S. Lewis’ great classics, The Screwtape Letters, was written as if an older, wiser demon were writing to his nephew – advising him how to seduce and destroy humans. In my book, I follow in Lewis’ tradition, offering insights from one devil to another:
Everything the humans have that is worth having, everything they do that is worth doing, everything they are that is worth being, is given to them. Only a complete fool could be proud of something which was handed to them by Someone Else, though we have some cause for optimism: Our specialty for millennia has been the manufacture of complete fools.