In November 2013, on the 50th anniversary of C.S. Lewis's death, Westminster Abbey honoured the novelist, poet, academic and Christian apologist with a memorial in Poet's Corner. At the same time, a symposium on C.S. Lewis was held in the church next door to the Abbey, St Margaret's, Westminster.

Christian Evidence has produced three videos which capture the key lectures of the symposium.

This concluding panel discussion tackles the topic of what 21st century apologetics can learn from C.S. Lewis. It addresses questions submitted by the audience and includes opening personal statements from the five panellists. The event was hosted by Michael Ward, featuring William Lane Craig, Michael Ramsden, Jeanette Sears, Peter S. Williams and Judith Wolfe.


Photo from CS Lewis Symposium


Go to Part 1: C.S. Lewis and Rational Argument


Photo from CS Lewis Symposium

Go to Part 2: C.S. Lewis and Imaginative Fiction

 


Also hear audio highlights from the Westminster Abbey Memorial Service to C.S. Lewis.

© 2013 Multiple Copyright Holders
Christian Evidence thanks Westminster Abbey Institute for their permission to film the event and upload it to YouTube. Recording copyright is held by Christian Evidence, Lunar Film and the event participants: Alister McGrath, Malcolm Guite, Michael Ward, William Lane Craig, Michael Ramsden, Jeanette Sears, Peter S. Williams and Judith Wolfe.
Thanks to Macmillan Media for Tourism Ireland for the use of their additional footage.