Sayers at the Lewis Institute

 Statue of lewis entering a wardrobe, belfast

Statue of lewis entering a wardrobe, belfast

The C.S. Lewis Institute is a fascinating resource for Christians who want to learn how to better engage their culture. It has articles and audio files on everything from how to grieve well to what would happen if C.S. Lewis met Stephen Colbert. Among its resources is a publication called Knowing and Doing. One of the things I like about this publication is that you can find classical writers alongside modern ones. The Summer 2018 issue, for example, includes a poem from Gerard Manley Hopkins and a short reading from Thomas Aquinas, as well as an article entitled "You Too Can Be An Evangelist Like Billy Graham" by Dr. Joe Woodruff.

I'm happy to say that the Summer 2018 issue also has an article on Dorothy L. Sayers by yours truly. If you liked my piece on the Circe blog and want to learn some more about her life, you'll like "The Remarkable Dorothy L. Sayers."

 Statue of Sayers across from her home in Witham, UK

Statue of Sayers across from her home in Witham, UK