Gregory Pyne kindly gave us permission to repost a blog post about his experience at the 2012 C.S. Lewis Retreat in Navasota, Texas. The original post appeared on his blog “Wandering Tree” at http://wanderingtree.wordpress.com/2012/11/17/back-from-narnia-2/ “Friendship exhibits a glorious ‘nearness by resemblance’ to Heaven itself where the very multitude of the blessed (which no man can number) increases […]
Register for The C.S. Lewis Retreat before July 15, 2012 and save up to $65 per person! Dates: November 9 – 11, 2012 Location: Camp Allen Retreat and Conference Center in Navasota, Texas Theme: “Choosing Heaven: Eternity in the Here & Now” Book: C.S. Lewis’s The Great Divorce Features three tracks: Retreat/Readers Track, Writers Workshop […]
For the majority of its existence, Christianity has deeply informed the Western artistic tradition through the works of renowned painters, classical composers, and authors. This much is obvious to any high school Art History, Music, or Literature student. Christianity has proven to be foundational to the creation of Michelangelo’s David and The Creation of Adam, […]
The C.S. Lewis Foundation presents the essential reading list for the 2011 C.S. Lewis Summer Institute at Oxbridge. Based on our conference theme of “Paradigms of Hope: Transcending Chaos and Transforming Culture,” these are the books that registrants should acquaint themselves with. They can be found through our bookstore, powered by Amazon (the C.S. Lewis Foundation receives a percentage of the proceeds from purchases made through our bookstore).
Andrew Lazo, a close friend and much valued contributor to the C.S. Lewis Foundation, and Marion E. Wade Center docent Mary Anne Phemister have gathered an amazing collection of stories of how C. S. Lewis continues to radically change people’s lives. In their new book, Mere Christians: Inspiring Encounters with C. S. Lewis, (released 2/12/2009 […]