Lewis’s apologetics legacy

An audio recording is now available of the Panel Discussion that I had the privilege of chairing at St Margaret’s, Westminster Abbey, on the eve of the fiftieth anniversary of C.S. Lewis’s death (21st November 2013). The topic was Lewis’s apologetics legacy and the panellists were theologian Judith Wolfe, novelist Jeanette Sears, philosopher William Lane Craig, and apologists Michael Ramsden and Peter S. Williams. Do listen to their thoughts, if you have a spare hour some time; it was an interesting and helpful discussion.¬†Rounding off the occasion, Professor Don King, an expert in Lewis’s poetry, read his “Apologist’s Evening Prayer”.


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