Huntingdon Religion faculty collaborate with AUM for C.S. Lewis Event
Montgomery, Ala.—The public is invited to attend an appreciation event and celebration of the life and works of C.S. Lewis, Thursday, November 21, at 7:30 p.m. in Ligon Chapel, Flowers Hall. The program is free and open to the public. Scholarly presentations and readings will include:
Michael Bozack, Ph.D., Professor of Physics, Auburn
University, faith and reason
Roy Goldfinger, excerpt from The
and Thomas Haberkorn, excerpt from The Great Divorce
Harris-Fain, Ph.D., Professor of English, Auburn Montgomery, "C. S. Lewis and Science Fiction"
Jason Jewell, Ph.D.,
Professor of Humanities, Faulkner University, excerpt
from Out of the
Matthew Jordan, Ph.D.,
Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Auburn Montgomery, opening and closing remarks
Pamela H. Long, Ph.D.,
Associate Professor of World Languages & Cultures,
Auburn Montgomery, "Borges and Lewis: Fantastic Animals"
MacLeod, J.D., Associate Professor, Faulkner University Law,"At and Along: Meditations in a Toolshed on the
Inviolability of Human Life"
Matthew Wallace, Catalyst
Speech and Debate Club, excerpts from The Lion, the Witch, and
Young, Ph.D., Professor of Humanities, Faulkner University, excerpt from Narnia