Hello, fellow Lewisians. Welcome to a New Year and a new decade! I’m excited and a bit anxious (in a good way) about starting a new year. The thought of this being our decade of the “20’s” is a bit daunting but has ignited a spark of anticipation for me that I’ve not felt for several years. For this month’s meeting, I thought it might be fun and encouraging to share our thoughts about the New Year and decade. I…
We will meet in the Staples Room of the James Building. Dr Scott Key and Joshua Collica will present on their experiences at the Camp Allen Retreat. 7:30 pm.
Kent Larson will speak on Lewis and apologetics for the Orange County chapter meeting of the Society on Wednesday, November 20 in Scott 221 on the campus of Vanguard University at 7 pm. All are welcome.
Thursday, Oct 24, 7:30 pm, School of Business 106
For this month’s meeting, we’ll gather to share our thoughts about the New Year and decade. Take a look at the blog link below. It’s a short essay on why C.S. Lewis would consider New Years as a good gift from God. The blogger quotes a section from the Screwtape Letters. The subject of Screwtape’s lesson has to do with human beings and our desire for change or “dread of the same old thing” that exists alongside our love of…
The Orange County Chapter has the privilege of hosting Dr Mary Poplin, Professor of Education at Claremont Graduate School. She will speak on “Discerning Worldviews: What’s Up in the University”. The meeting will be at 7 pm on Tuesday, October 22nd on the campus of Vanguard University in Costa Mesa. The room will Scott Building 131. All are welcome!
Dr Jim Prothero, Director, will speak on CS Lewis and Shakespeare’s Hamlet at the September meeting. All are welcome. We meet on Wednesday, September 18, 7:30 in the library at St Luke’s Episcopal Church in Monrovia.
The Orange County Chapter will host a meet and greet on the campus of Vanguard University, the evening of Tuesday, September 24, at 6:30 pm in the Great Commission Room on the second floor of the Heath building. All are welcome!
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