The Ten Books
That Most Influenced C.S.Lewis
Sponsored by The
C.S.Lewis Society of Madison, Wisconsin and the Bradshaw-Knight
Foundation, the October 11-13, 2012 conference on The
That Most Influenced C.S.Lewis was a great success! Attendees
came from all over the United States and our 10 distinquished guest
speakers provided hours of companionship and thoughtful discussion
about C.S. Lewis's writings and teachings.
Our Distinquished Guest Speakers and Topics
- The Everlasting
Man by G. K. Chesterton presented by Dr. Donald T. Williams from
Toccoa Falls College.
- The Aeneid by
Virgil presented by Dr. Louis Markos from Houston Baptist
- The Temple by
George Herbert presented by Dr. Don King from Montreat College.
- The Prelude
by William Wordsworth presented by Professor Mary Ritter from New York
- Phantastes by
George MacDonald presented by Dr. David Neuhouser from Taylor
- The Idea of the
Holy by Rudolf Otto presented by Dr. Adam Barkman from Redeemer
- The Consolation
of Philosophy by Boethius presented by Dr. Chris Armstrong from
- The Life of
Samuel Johnson by James Boswell presented by Dr. Paul Tankard from
the University of Otago, NZ.
- Descent Into Hell
by Charles Williams presented by Dr. Holly Ordway, Houston Baptist
- Theism and
Humanism by Arthur James Balfour presented by Dr. Charles Taliferro
from St. Olaf College.