C. S. Lewis Symposium
Both Sides of the Wardrobe
C. S. Lewis Theological Imagination and Everyday Discipleship
Saturday, November 23, 2013
St. Columba Chapel
634 Francklyn Street
This year marks the 50th anniversary of the death of C. S. Lewis (1898-1963), the beloved author of the Narnia stories. Often regarded as the greatest public advocate of Christianity (in English) of the 20th century, Lewis continues to be widely read all over the world.
AST is pleased to present a one-day symposium featuring scholars, pastors, and students whose interests overlap with Lewis' concerns. Topics include Lewis' famous Narnia series, his relation to J.R.R. Tolkien, the formation of disciples, preaching, the nature of generosity, and apocalyptic themes. The day concludes with a special performance of An Evening with C. S. Lewis: What Christians Believe by AST alumna (the Rev.) Mel Malton and a reception. The full program is now available on our program page.
For more information, please contact:
Prof. Rob Fennell
C. S. Lewis Symposium Convener
The brochure and registration form (see below) contain more details on registration and pricing.
Brochure (includes schedule) (pdf)
Registration Forms: pdf / MS Word
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