Ken Myers—of Mars Hill Audio renown—is under contract to write a book for Crossway on C. S. Lewis’s three-lecture masterpiece, The Abolition of Man.
Political philosopher J. Budziszewski once wrote that The Abolition of Man is “perhaps the greatest work on natural law in the twentieth century.” (He adds that “most scholars of natural law have never heard of it.”)
For those who enjoy audiobooks, The Abolition of Man on Audible is quite enjoyable, narrated by Douglas Gresham, who was a stepson to Lewis and was 18 years old when Lewis died in 1963.
For those who want to engage the arguments of the book in creative, visual way, you can watch three “C. S. Lewis Doodle” videos below.