Loose in
the Fire!

A Two Week Conference
Unlike Any Other!

Week I - Oxford

Royal Mail Launch of the
C.S. Lewis Centenary
Commemorative Stamp

Reception at Magdalene College

Evening at Blenheim Palace
(Churchill's birthplace)
Private tour with formal dinner

Re-enactment of Lewis'
"Weight of Glory" Address
by David Suchet

Week II - Cambridge

Service of Evensong
at Ely Cathedral

Reception at Magdalene College

King's College Banquet
with Traditional "High Table"

18th Century English
Country Dance

Re-enactment of Lewis'
Cambridge Inaugural Address
by Joss Ackland

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Oxbridge '98
July 19 - August 1, 1998

Join us for The International Centennial
Celebration of C.S. Lewis' Birth

Oxbridge '98 is a two-week conference that is unlike any other. Join us amid "the dreaming spires" of Oxford and Cambridge Universities where Lewisian scholars and friends, together with an array of literary, visual and performing artists, will celebrate the one-hundredth anniversary of the birth of C.S. Lewis (1898 - 1998).

Guided by our world class faculty, the fourth triennial C.S. Lewis Summer Institute will explore the theme, "Loose in the fire" (based upon Daniel 3:25). Together, we will consider the larger significance of Lewis' life, particularly with regard to the challenge of living faithfully as Christians in our time and within our respective vocations.

Oxbridge '98 affords innumerable opportunities for enrichment of a more informal nature through discussions over pub lunches and elegant dinners, during scenic walks, and while punting on the Rivers Cherwell or "The Cam." Last, but not least, the discriminating shopper will find opportunities galore to make those special purchases amid a paradise of bookstores, galleries, boutiques, and antique shops.


Jeremie Begbie * Michael Cassidy * Chuck Colson

Tony Campolo * Samuel Escobar * Paul Gooch

Nigel Goodwin * Douglas Gresham * Os Guinness

Walter Hooper * Thomas Howard * Tom Key

Peter Kreeft * Madeleine L'Engle * Mary Jo Leddy

George Marsden * Stan Mattson * Earl Palmer

Richard John Neuhaus * James I. Packer * Ben Patterson

Barbara Reynolds * Luci Shaw * Kallistos Ware

Francis Warner * Dallas Willard * William Willimon

Philip Yancey ... and Many Others


Visits with friends and family of C.S. Lewis

Focus groups on: Higher Education, Spiritual Life, Health Care,
Art History, Science, Apologetics, Film, Postmodernism

Workshops on: Creative Writing, Journaling, the Visual Arts,
"Sketching in Lewis' World," Dance and Theatre Arts; Special Tracks --
The Science Symposium and the Oxbridge '98 Centenary Choir.

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