Steve Elmore: Give our readers some information about your work at California Baptist University and its mission. Jim Buchholz: I’ve been a Professor of Mathematics & Physics at California Baptist University (CBU) for the past 27+ years. During that time, I have seen the college grow from JBs than 700 students to more than 8500.
For those who know our friend and Kilns Trustee, Kim Gilnett, or who knew his dear wife, Jennifer, we regret to inform you that Jennifer Gilnett died Thursday, September 11, 2014, after a swift and severe illness. A memorial service will be held today in just a few minutes at 11 a.m. Pacific Time, at
Lancia Smith, long-time friend and supporter of the C.S. Lewis Foundation (as well as speaker at many of our events), has recently published an article on her blog about the upcoming commemoration of C.S. Lewis in Poets’ Corner at Westminster Abbey. It took many years for the memorial to materialize, but finally on November 22,
C.S. Lewis Foundation intern Walter Cabal was recently interviewed by The Press Enterprise. In between assisting with the Foundation’s website and working at the UC Riverside library, Walter also is a professional singer-songwriter. His debut album, Between Lines, was released in 2012, and garnered much praise around Southern California. In October, he was nominated Musician
Shortly after we posted Lancia Smith’s interview with Andrew Lazo yesterday, yet another fascinating interview became available. This time, Lancia interviews prolific author Alister McGrath about his recent biography of C.S. Lewis, entitled C.S. Lewis: A Life. The first portion of the interview, which covers McGrath’s research into Lewis’s life, his opinion on the recent