Friday, 21 November 2008

C S Lewis was so thick

C S Lewis is often given by gullible xians as one of there most intelligent apologists. Well I thought that today id demonstrate how he was a complete thicko by examing one of his most famous arguments. Namely that narnia could be hidden in a wardrobe.

How big is a wardrobe? 2 meters by 1 meter seems like a good estimate. How big is narnia? thousands of kilometers by thousands of kilometes. So how could a massive place like narnia fit into a tiny wardrobe?

Now some people might jump to C S Lewis defense and claim that he didnt really believe narnia existed however that is not the point. If he couldnt get his maths correct in a story, fictional or not, the how could he anywhere else? And is beliving in a sky daddy and less stupid than beliving narnia is in your wardrobe?

7 comments:

Sir-Think-A-Lot said...

First off mikey I dont think Lewis one of the most intelligent apologists. Actually I dont really care much for his apologetics works, but thats besides the point.

As far as the rest of your post goes: Narnia isnt INSIDE a wardrobe. Rather the wardrobe acts as a doorway between Narnia and our world.

lilpixieofterror said...

I see you're too stupid to understand this genre known as 'fiction'. I'm sure you also would call Gene Roddenberry crazy for invisioning a TV show that takes place in the 23rd century because everybody knows that faster and light travel is impossible. Yet again, you show you're as dumb as brick.

Sir-Think-A-Lot said...

I find it funny that not only does he misunderstand the concept of 'fiction' but hte misses teh point that Narnia wasnt in the wardrobe.

But then again this is Mike Trite so I'm really not surprised.

Mike is Wright said...

I said: "Now some people might jump to C S Lewis defense and claim that he didnt really believe narnia existed"

lilpixieofERROR said: "I see you're too stupid to understand this genre known as 'fiction'."

Mike is Wright said...

and how do you know that cslewis meant narnia to be a work of fiction?

lilpixieofterror said...

"and how do you know that cslewis meant narnia to be a work of fiction?"

Perhaps because he stated in an interview that they are indeed works of fiction that are designed to illustrate a point? Like I said Mikey, you're as dumb as a postage stamp (I apologize for any postage stamps I offended).

Sir-Think-A-Lot said...

And he completely ignores my post.

Figures...