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Colloquium 2004

Inklings Forever Vol. IV

The Proceedings of the
Fourth Frances White Ewbank Colloquium
on C.S. Lewis & Friends
at Taylor University

March 12-14, 2004

 

all papers © 2004 by the individual authors

 

The Importance of Being Dorothy L. Sayers

by Barbara Reynolds

 

C.S. Lewis and the Ordinary Man

by James M. Spencer, Covenant Christian High School

 

C.S. Lewis’s Idea of Happiness

by Tracey Finck

 

C.S. Lewis, Tutor

by Joel D. Heck

 

George MacDonald’s Insights into Science and Religion

by Mary Ellis Taylor

 

Casting Light on Lilith: A Biblical Approach

by Marie K. Hammond  

 

The Season for the Hawthorn to Blossom

by Robert Trexler, editor CSL: The Bulletin of the New York C.S. Lewis Society  

 

How the Hobbits Saved Civilization

by Robert Moore-Jumonville, Spring Arbor University  

 

Why Is the Only Good Orc a Dead Orc

by Anderson Rearick, Mount Vernon Nazarene University  

 

C.S. Lewis’s Insights on the Suffering of Animals

by Gabriele Greggersen, Universidade Presbiteriano Mackenzie, Brazil  

 

Reading Lewis Reading: Oral Narrative and Literate Pedagogy in the Chronicles of Narnia

by Nicole DuPlessis  

    

Into the Region of Awe: Mysticism in C.S. Lewis

by David C. Downing, Elizabethtown College  

 

A Cloud of Witnesses: A Collection of Quotes about Victorian Author George MacDonald

by Darrel Hotmire  

 

George MacDonald on Psychology

by Barbara Amell, editor Wingfold  

 

MacDonald, the Revelation of God, and Literature

by Darren Hotmire  

 

The Hero’s Journey of Eustace on the Voyage of Becoming:
What Kind of Animal Do You Want to Be?

by Elizabeth McLaughlin, Bethel College (IN)  

 

C.S. Lewis and Mark Twain: Iconoclasts of a Feather?

by Rick Hill, Point Loma Nazarene University  

 

Of Urban Blockheads and Trousered Apes: C.S. Lewis and the Challenge of Education

by Paul E. Michelson, Huntington College  

 

To Hell and Back Again: Edmund’s Transformation

by Heidi Beutel, Asbury College, First Place Student Essay Winner  

 

A Matter of Chivalry: C.S. Lewis’s Response to Pacifism and the Just War Theory

by Peter Barrett, Taylor University, Second Place Student Essay Winner  

 

Not a Tame Lion: What This Does and Does Not Mean

by Raven Richardson, Asbury College, Third Place Student Essay Winner  

 

Silent Music: The Letters of Ruth Pitter

by Don King  

 

The Secret of Father Brown: What is Christian Detective Fiction?

by Rachel Kellogg, Taylor University-Fort Wayne  

 

Dorothy L. Sayers and Russian Orthodoxy

by Crystal Downing, Messiah College  

 

Lewis on the Gospels as True Myth

by Bruce W. Young, Brigham Young University  

 

Narrating Pain: C.S. Lewis and the Problem of Evil

by Samuel Joeckel, Palm Beach Atlantic University  

 

Personal Honesty as an Epistemological Key in the Works of C.S. Lewis

by Mike Mitchell  

 

The Problems of Pain: Two Distinct Difficulties in the Face of Suffering

by Byron J. Powell  

 

The Fisher Within the Spiritual Geography of C.S. Lewis’s Perelandra

by James D. Lopp, III  

 

In Defense of the Fairy Tale: C.S. Lewis’s Argument for the Value and Importance of the Fairy Tale

by Constance Rice  

 

C.S. Lewis as Plagiarist: Some Grey Areas in the Grey Town

by Thom Satterlee, Taylor University  

 

Comparing Tolkien’s The Lord of the Rings and Miyazaki’s Princess Mononoke

by John Seland, Nanzan University, Japan  

 

The Three Faces of Fairy

by Scott P. Johnson & Alesha D. Seroczynski, Bethel College (IN)  

 

The Magic Makes All the Difference: George MacDonald’s Fairy Tales a Child’s-Eye View

by Rachel Johnson