If you’ve been on pins and needles waiting for the conclusion of the Great C. S. Lewis Conversion Debate , wait no longer! Andrew Lazo has the answer in today’s  On the Square :

By pulling together these various strands, we can now craft a definitive timeline. In 1930, Trinity Term ran from April 27 to June 21. If Lewis gave in to God the month that he learned to dive—June 1930—and he began to pray no later than June 10, we can conclude with confidence that Lewis’s Theistic conversion took place one evening between June 1 and June 10, 1930.

Read the rest here . With that issue resolved, we can all get to work on the most important C. S. Lewis project: building a gateway to Narnia . (Or at least settling the proper order in which to read the books   . . . which is to say . . .   The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe comes  first, anything else is heresy.)

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