The C.S. Lewis & Friends Society
The Center for the Study of C.S. Lewis & Friends seeks to encourage and facilitate the study of the works of C.S. Lewis, George MacDonald, Charles Williams, Dorothy L. Sayers, and Owen Barfield. Inspired by Lewis’s informal literary discussion group, the Inklings, the C.S. Lewis & Friends Society leads students, scholars, and community members in the discussion of these authors’ works. The Center hosts classes, seminars, events, and a biennial colloquium on Lewis-related topics. Through these endeavors, the Center serves Taylor University and the surrounding community by providing materials for scholarly research and forwarding discussion on one of Christianity’s most beloved and important authors.
The society meets from September to May and all who are interested are invited to attend. There are no membership dues.
C.S. Lewis & Friends Society Meetings
Dr. Jerry Root from Wheaton College will be visiting Taylor twice this Spring
and will be lecturing four times for the general public.
Following are the times and titles of his lectures.
The Thursday lectures are part of a student seminar on Lewis and the Inklings
that Dr. Neuhouser will be teaching but visitors are welcome.
“C. S. Lewis and Humility as a Synonym for Honesty”
Thursday, Feb. 26 10:00 am in Reade 120
“The Regarded Image: The Medieval World of C.S. Lewis”
Saturday, Feb. 28 10:00 am in MMVA 002
“Lewis’s Many Uses of the Imagination”
Thursday, April 16 10:00 am in Reade 120
“C. S. Lewis, Hell and the Love of God”
Friday , April 17 7:00 pm in MMVA 002
click here for a map of campus
Reade is building #15; MMVA is #12
For more information about Jerry Root click here.