After everyone’s votes yesterday and today, we are now down to the second round of images for the 2011 Summer Institute postcard. I’ve placed them in order of votes, and because all but the first one (which is the clear favorite so far) have almost an equal amount of votes, I’m considering a fun idea: going to print with 4 different versions of the postcard.
So the vote is different this time – now I’d love to know which 2-3 variants you absolutely would not want to pick!
Hey all! I’m working on getting our C.S. Lewis Summer Institute postcard ready and have been playing around with different ideas for the photo on the postcard. After playing around with different ideas, I decided to post up some of the ideas on the blog to see what others have to think about them. The […]
Save the Date for Oxbridge 2011! Paradigms of Hope: Transcending Chaos & Transforming Culture July 26 – August 4, 2011 Every three years the C.S. Lewis Foundation sponsors large conferences in Oxford and Cambridge where renowned Christian leaders, intellectuals, and musicians gather together to talk about the relation of their faith to the theme of […]
It is with genuine sorrow that we announce to the family of the C.S. Lewis Foundation that Robert “Bob” Lehnhart passed away on August 17, 2009 in a boating accident in the Pacific off Juneau, Alaska, the home of one of his and Mary’s children and grandchildren. On Saturday, August 29, 2009, a memorial service […]
At our Oxbridge 2008 conference, Dana Gioia, award winning poet and former Chairman of the National Endowment for the Arts, gave an address titled “Art and the Search for Meaning.” In it, he discussed the role of art in life, in education, and in Christianity, and argued that we have an innate need for beauty […]