Kevin Belmonte has recently published an article about C.S. Lewis College on realclearreligion.org. He has been involved with the C.S. Lewis Foundation since last year, and is an enthusiastic supporter of not only the college but also the Foundation’s mission as a whole. In the article, Belmonte relates his experiences at C.S. Lewis College and […]
Kevin Belmonte, one of the C.S. Lewis Foundation’s great friends and frequent collaborators, wrote an acclaimed biography of the abolitionist hero William Wilberforce in 2007. Now, this year, one of the most widely-acclaimed audio book readers in the world, Simon Vance, (noted for his readings of “The King’s Speech,” and works by G.K. Chesterton, C.S. […]
Our friend Ralph Linhardt of Theophany Films has recently made a new video, compiled from footage he shot during Oxbridge 2008. It features interviews and endorsements from speakers and attendees of the event. You can view it below.
In 1939, Sigmund Freud was living out his last days in England, essentially a refugee from his native Austria, where the rise of Nazism made life there unsafe. One day, Freud was visited by a much younger Oxford professor, whose identity is unknown. Could it have been C.S. Lewis? That is the premise for the […]
The C.S. Lewis Foundation has just run an ad on our upcoming C.S. Lewis Summer Institute in World magazine. It is featured in their February 12th issue, but you can view it as a pdf by clicking on the image to the left. The C.S. Lewis Summer Institute (also known as “Oxbridge“) takes place this […]