Two books on C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien reveal the ecological themes most of us missed in our favorite fantasy classics.

C. S. Lewis remind us of the most important reason for to care for creation: the fact that it is God’s workmanship.

C. S. Lewis, in his book Perelandra, pictures what our relationship with animals may have been like had there been no fall. There are examples of the remnants of that unfallen relationship today, but even they are not what they are supposed to be.