What can C.S. Lewis teach us about sharing our faith?
Over the years, C.S. Lewis’ writings have become even more popular than they were in his own lifetime. Why has he remained such an effective communicator to people outside the church and to our postmodern culture? What can we still learn from him about sharing our faith more appealingly?
Robert Banks is visiting professor and associate at the Centre for the History of Christian Thought and Experience at Macquarie University in Sydney, Australia. He previously served as founding professor of the ministry of the laity at Fuller Theological Seminary and executive director of the De Pree Leadership Center. As well as being the author of many books, he is an enthusiastic advocate for the ministry of ‘ordinary’ Christians in everyday life. Among his other commitments, Robert regularly teaches a course on ‘C.S. Lewis as Model and Mentor’.
Join us for this evening with renowned scholar Robert Banks for an opportunity to reflect on how, in line with C.S. Lewis, we can develop our ability to focus on core beliefs in more imaginative ways, speak more engagingly to the whole person, and exhibit a more down-to-earth common touch in sharing our faith with others.