This week we will read an excerpt, Chapter Three, from The Abolition of Man by C. S. Lewis. Here, we see a philosophical approach, solely abstract, to the theological predisposition between man and nature (a.k.a. all of creation).It is engaging for the way it portrays our relationship to God's creation and without even making notice of God. For this reason, it offers a logically sound and philosophical approach to the dilemma of Man's dominance over Nature. You can read the chapter online, click this link here.