Baylor philosophy prof’s book wins prestigious C.S. Lewis prize
It’s saying a lot to say a book is the best in its field of the past five years. But that’s exactly what judges named a 2010 effort by Dr. C. Stephen Evans, a philosophy and humanities professor in Baylor’s College of Arts and Sciences.
Evans’ work, Natural Signs and the Knowledge of God: A New Look at Theistic Arguments, was named the best published book of the last five years in the fields of philosophy of religion or philosophical theology by the folks behind the C.S. Lewis Book Prize Competition. Natural Signs is a sequel of sorts to one of Evans’ previous books, Why Believe? Reason and Mystery as Pointers to God.
Evans came to Baylor in 2001 as a professor in the Department of Philosophy. He is an internationally recognized scholar whose main intellectual interest has been the work of the Danish philosopher and theologian, Soren Kierkegaard.
Sic ’em, Dr. Evans!