"C.S. Lewis & Objectivity" - A Webinar with Dr. Jerry Root

  • March 16, 2023 5:30 PM - 6:30 PM
  • Pacific Standard Time

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"C.S. Lewis & Objectivity": A Webinar with Dr. Jerry Root


We invite you to join us for a C.S. Lewis College and C.S. Lewis Foundation webinar featuring Dr. Jerry Root.


The webinar will feature a presentation and an interview with Dr. Root, along with a Q&A session with questions from our audience.


This is a virtual event using Zoom. Upon registering, you will receive an email receipt and a Zoom link for the webinar from SimpleTix. Please check your spam/junk email folder if you don't receive it shortly after registration. We will also send an email regarding optional discussion groups from Steven Elmore at the C.S. Lewis Foundation.


About Dr. Jerry Root

Jerry Root is Emeritus Professor of Wheaton College in Wheaton, Illinois and a visiting Professor at Biola University. Jerry received a Master of Divinity degree from Talbot Graduate School of Theology and earned his Ph.D. through the Open University at the Oxford Center for Mission Studies. He has been studying C. S. Lewis and topics around Lewis for 53 years, as well as teaching Lewis for 43 years. His books include: the bestselling and award winning The Quotable C. S. Lewis, co-edited with Wayne Martindale; The Soul of C. S. Lewis, also co-authored with Wayne Martindale; C. S. Lewis and a Problem of Evil (Princeton Theological Monographs); The Surprising Imagination of C. S. Lewis, and The Neglected C. S. Lewis, both co-authored with Mark Neal; The C. S. Lewis Bible, co-edited with Douglas Gresham (Lewis’s step-son); The Sacrament of Evangelism, co-authored with Stan Guthrie; and Naked and Unashamed, coauthored with Claudia Root & Jeremy Rios. 

Recently, Jerry published Splendour in the Dark a book about C. S. Lewis’s narrative poem Dymer (the book also includes Lewis’s 100-page poem). Jerry has also written numerous articles about C. S. Lewis and evangelism published in other books, journals, and periodicals, as well as read numerous academic papers at various academic venues.

Date & Time

Thu, Mar 16, 2023 5:30 PM - 6:30 PM

CS Lewis Foundation