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C.S. Lewis – on Goodness and Evil

Alongside his professional career in the world of education, Robert has delivered programmes that
explore the writings of Christian thinkers. Robert’s life passion is for working in a way that enables full
engagement interactively and that challenges, emancipates and brings bigger thinking. He encourages
lively and thoughtful debate. He reads widely but particularly enjoys the works of Christian writers –
C.S. Lewis is a special favourite. He has an interest in philosophy and social history and has led several
workshops on C.S. Lewis. Robert has been married to Elizabeth for 50 years and together they have
set up Treasures of Darkness.


This Workshop/ Retreat Day will explore Goodness and Evil in the writings of C. S. Lewis – both his
novels and his philosophical/ theological works – as well as other Christian writers/ thinkers.
The day will consist of interactive talks – with opportunity to work in small groups – to explore
Goodness and Evil and the implications for our personal lives and the church.


More Detail:
Timings: 10:00am-4:00pm
Venue: Compass House
Compass House is the second building along on the right and opposite the lower end of the Abbey car
park.

Tea and coffee will be available, but please bring a packed lunch.

Advance booking is essential as places are limited.