C.S. Lewis College is a non-accredited nonprofit organization, incorporated in the State of California, that hosts a variety of noncredit-bearing educational programming and events at the college level and offers resources for educators, students, and the general public.
Inspired by the life and legacy of C.S. Lewis, the C.S. Lewis Foundation is dedicated to advancing the renewal of Christian scholarship and artistic expression throughout the mainstream of our colleges and universities, and by extension, the culture at large.
C.S. Lewis College, and its parent organization, the C.S. Lewis Foundation, offer this online, peer-reviewed journal to stimulate discussion concerning the relationship of Christianity to the academy and the arts. Following the lead of Lewis as expressed in his classic book Mere Christianity, the Foundation and its journal are pleased to be a meeting ground that celebrates the core commitment to Jesus Christ that is common to all Christians of historic faith.
We hope that these articles will provoke intellectually engaging and responsible dialogue and insight concerning the moral, social, intellectual, and spiritual issues confronting thoughtful persons of goodwill around the world.
Scott B. Key, Ph.D., Editor
Steven Elmore, Web Director
J. Stanley Mattson, Ph.D., Publisher
President, C. S. Lewis Foundation
Gayne John Anacker, Ph.D., Associate Publisher
Vice President, C. S. Lewis Foundation
C. S. Lewis Foundation
P.O. Box 8008
Redlands, CA 92375
Contact the C. S. Lewis Foundation here.