Lewis' mind is a wonder. We ordinary beings can only stand back in awe.
It remains rather embarrassing to recall that this is an Anglican who is aptly refuting Pierre Tielhard de Chardine.
Was Adam created perfect, he couldn't, die, suffer, experience pain, sorrow? Was he not meant to be immortal? How does this affect Biological Evolution?
Very nice, my friend my friend, very nice. As we say in New Delhi, there is always room for another philosopher in the Philosophy Hall of Fame even one that checks the advance guard of atheism in the current collegiate curriculum - Even christian popes like Pius XIII prefer to warn against evolutionism the ideology and excusal for schola atheism,a mere antependium for modern scientism teaching science as a frontespiece for base out of date depleted post-Pullmanian atheism, if not evolution in the pure abstract form of Darwin's laudable basic theory.