David Theroux–Founder, President and Chief Executive Officer of The Independent Institute, President of the C.S. Lewis Society of California, as well as longtime friend of the C.S. Lewis Foundation–has recently written a piece for The Beacon, chronicling the influence and importance of Alvin Plantinga, one of Christianity’s foremost and formidable philosophers. Plantinga is perhaps most
Thanks to the very generous support of two specific donors, we were recently able to supply Debbie Higgens–warden at the Kilns–with a much needed car. This is a great help for our warden as she prepares throughout the year with the scholars-in-residence and other programs. There are a few pictures of the new vehicle below.
Today is C.S. Lewis’s Birthday
Today is the 114th anniversary of C.S. Lewis’s birth in 1898 in Belfast. But what to do on the anniversary of the birth of someone we so admire? Do we memorialize the man with a quick tribute or a biography? Do we study and dissect his fiction, his “Mere Christian” non-fiction, or his scholarly work?
C.S. Lewis on the Web – June 8, 2012
Here are this week’s appearances of C.S. Lewis and his works across the web: Books Article on Christian themes in Stephen King novels briefly mentions a quote from King that C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien influenced him. 60 Minutes and Vanity Fair “asked 1,000 Americans which fictional land they’d most like to visit if
Chuck Colson in Recovery from Brain Surgery
Our dear friend Chuck Colson is currently in recovery from brain surgery in response to a brain hemorrhage on Friday. He has been a great supporter of the C.S. Lewis Foundation over the years, speaking at several of our events, appearing in our videos, generally supporting our mission, and, most recently, acting as a charter