On April 8 at 6:30 p.m., join us for a dinner and a discussion of what C.S. Lewis has to say in his book Mere Christianity.
Gentlemen, do you have a hearty appetite for personal growth and introspection? If so, you are invited to an evening of breaking bread together and of exploring a significant piece of Christian writing. On April 8 we will consider and discuss C.S. Lewis’s landmark book Mere Christianity. C.S. Lewis (better known for his children’s book The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe) was a brilliant scholar who wrote a number of influential books on Christianity. In Mere Christianity, Lewis sets out to explain the beliefs that are common among most Christians, to justify faith in those beliefs, and to guide those who wish to live in accordance with those beliefs.
To get the most out of the evening, you should read section 4 – Beyond Personality: or First Steps in the Doctrine of the Trinity – ahead of time. If you have difficulty obtaining a copy of the book Mere Christianity, please contact Max Dionisio at email@example.com and he can assist.
The evening will begin with a full dinner, so bring your appetite. We do ask for a nominal fee to cover the cost of the food but it’s not mandatory.
Please register for the evening on the sign-up sheet in the foyer, so that we can plan for the dinner. We will meet at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, April 8, in the auditorium. Please enter by the side door.