Home > News > C.S. Lewis Symposium Registration Open- March 15th

C.S. Lewis Symposium Registration Open- March 15th

February 6, 2018 | by pac-admin

Mailchimp-header

The conversation continues this March. This year’s symposium returns world-renowned C. S. Lewis scholars who will lead attendees through an engaging exploration of the insights and wisdom of C.S. Lewis. Our program of speakers, challenging question-and-answer sessions, and community gathering will provide great fun and challenging conversations for participants. Don’t miss this unique opportunity to join with others in our community in conversations that will transform the way we live, study, work, and engage the world—or, stated another way:  how we think and live wellClick here to register

THE C.S. LEWIS SYMPOSIUM
Exploration of the insights and wisdom of C.S. Lewis

THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 2018 AT 7:00 PM
Grace Fellowship Church
3170 Red Hill Avenue
Costa Mesa, CA 92626

REGISTRATION REQUIRED: 
Pacifica’s TGC Lewis Symposium is a free event and is open to the public. All are invited and welcome. Participants can make voluntary contributions towards the cost of the event.
Click here to register

 
CSL-Button
 
 
 
 
 
 

TGC Speakers

Ward_140x187Michael Ward is a Fellow of Blackfriars Hall, University of Oxford, and Professor of Apologetics at Houston Baptist University, Texas.  Described by N.T. Wright as “the foremost living Lewis scholar” (Times Literary Supplement, 2009), Ward is the author of Planet Narnia: The Seven Heavens in the Imagination of C.S. Lewis (Oxford University Press, 2008) and co-editor of The Cambridge Companion to C.S. Lewis (Cambridge University Press, 2010).  On the fiftieth anniversary of Lewis’s death, Dr Ward unveiled a permanent national memorial to him in Poets’ Corner, Westminster Abbey, London.

 

 

 

Cuneo140x187

Andrew Cuneo graduated from Stanford with a B.A. in English and then traveled to England to complete an M.Phil. in English Renaissance Literature at the University of Oxford. Before completing graduate studies, he assisted Walter Hooper with research on the unpublished letters of C. S. Lewis, a subject which then became the focus of his doctorate at Oxford. The University awarded him his D.Phil. in English in 2001, making him the first Oxford scholar ever to receive a doctoral degree on C. S. Lewis. Andrew was a former Professor of English and C. S. Lewis Scholar at Hillsdale College and St. Katherine’s College.