If you are in the Chattanooga area today, don't miss the thirty-second annual C.S. Lewis Lecture at UTC. The C.S. Lewis Lectureship was established in Chattanooga in 1983 by Charles Hummel of InterVarsity Christian Fellowship to perpetuate the Christian and literary legacy of Clive Staples Lewis.
Tonight at 7:30pm, at the University Center Auditorium, Ken Myers will be speaking on "The Second Friend: Owen Barfield's Influence on C.S. Lewis."
Ken Myers is the host and producer of the MARS HILL AUDIO Journal,
a bimonthly audio magazine that examines issues in contemporary culture
from a framework shaped by Christian conviction. He was formerly the
editor of This World: A Journal of Religion and Public Life, a quarterly journal whose editor-in-chief was Richard John Neuhaus. Prior to his tenure at This World, he was executive editor of Eternity,
the Evangelical monthly magazine. For eight years, he was a producer
and editor for National Public Radio, working for much of that time as
arts and humanities editor for the two news programs, Morning Edition and All Things Considered. Mr. Myers serves as a contributing editor for Christianity Today, and his published writings include All God's Children and Blue Suede Shoes: Christians and Popular Culture (Crossway Books: 1989), and (as editor) Aspiring to Freedom: Commentaries on John Paul II's Encyclical "The Social Concerns of the Church" (William B. Eerdmans: 1988). He has also written for numerous periodicals, including The Wilson Quarterly, TableTalk, Discipleship Journal, World, Crisis, First Things, The Washington Times, and The World & I. He
is a graduate of the University of Maryland, where he studied film
theory and criticism, and of Westminster Theological Seminary in