C.S. Lewis in a Time of War

This retreat will lead us on an exploration of the man C. S. Lewis. Through the lens of his historic BBC Broadcast talks from 1941 to 1944, which were eventually published under the title Mere Christianity, we will examine how Lewis understood the struggle between good and evil, right and wrong, and the meaning of Christian faith. More than 60 years later, his insights still apply to our lives.

We are flooded on a daily basis with the principles of reason and rationality. Scientific insights alone can put us in direct conflict with our own faith and the central beliefs of Christianity. Understanding the rational basis for Christianity can allow us to reach a new level of insight into our personal foundation with God. Expect to be enlightened as we explore the heart of Christian doctrine and what Christianity is really all about.

Speaker
Earl Palmer
Senior Pastor Emeritus, University Presbyterian Church; Seattle, Washington. The noted speaker is author of nearly two dozen books including The Book That John Wrote and Commentary on the Gospel of John. To learn more about Earl,
click here.

Musician
Letha Crouch
Pianist, organist; San Antonio, Texas

Artist
Laura Jennings
Linocut printmaking; Denton, Texas

Registration Fees
Standard: $230
Premium: $280
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Plan to arrive at Laity Lodge anytime after 3:00 p.m. on Friday, April 13. The retreat will conclude Sunday, April 15, at 11:00 a.m., followed by brunch. Click here for directions and more info on how to prepare for your visit.