Testimonials I can tell you that as one of the alumni of the the Ivy League, Brown University, I would recommend that anybody interested in a real education today go to a great books school.
Testimonials The work of the C. Lewis Foundation is admirably carrying on the tradition of Jack Lewis.
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By providing opportunities for scholarly inquiry, deep conversation, prayerful explorations of truth, and celebrations of the joy of a vibrant faith, Stan Mattson and his staff are giving a loving gift to all of us who have the chance to be part.
Francis CollinsDirectorNational Institutes of Health Building a network of Christian scholars across the disciplines is a work of vital importance for the next phase of dialogue between Christians and other colleagues in the university world.
David Lyle JeffreyDistinguished Professor of LiteratureBaylor University I can tell you that as one of the alumni of the the Ivy League, Brown University, I would recommend that anybody interested in a real education today go to a great books school.
Knowing how you work and what your plan is for [C. Lewis College], I think it would be at the top of my recommendation list.
Lewis Foundation is a ministry of strategic importance to the recovery of a vital Christian presence within the mission field of the modern university world. It has my unqualified support. EngstromPresident EmeritusWorld Vision International We are in the throes of culturally sanctioned forgetfulness concerning much of the best in our literary, philosophical, and theological legacy.
Lewis Foundation is exemplary in fighting this forgetfulness and reminding us that an intelligent present can only be based on interpretation and engagement with those who have gone before us.
Mattson and the C. Lewis Foundation since and endorse its mission wholeheartedly. We Christians must be one, that the world might believe.
And now, through the C.C.S. Lewis THE ABOLITION OF MAN or Reflections on education with special reference to the teaching of English in the upper forms of schools The Master said, He who sets to work on a different strand destroys the whole.
Study guides to the many works of C.S. Lewis, ranging from The Chronicles of Narnia to his philosophical works to more devotional books.
Lewis quotes Confucius: "With those who follow a different Way it is useless to take counsel." Confucius is saying it is hopeless to take advice from those who are attacking the Tao from inside the Tao, as their position is self-defeating.
Chapter 3: The Abolition of Man. Lewis begins by saying that many today are devoted to man's conquest over nature. Encouraging deeper understanding of Lewis as a man, author and thinker, as well as others’ work that pertains to such topics.
Given, then, the rise of the new science of the moral sense a la Pinker, now is the time, if there ever was one, to revisit Lewis’s arguments in The Abolition of Man on behalf of the natural moral law of God written on the hearts of human beings (cf. Romans 2: ). “We make men without chests and expect from them virtue and enterprise.
We laugh at honor and are shocked to find traitors in our midst.” ― C.S.
Lewis, The Abolition of Man.