>Message: 3Yes. More specifically, The C. S. Lewis Centre for the Study of Religion
> Date: Thu, 14 Aug 2003 16:01:11 EDT
> From: Stolzi@...
>Subject: Re: Re:
>Thank you, Joe.
>I believe Walker was at one time the head of a "CS Lewis Institute" based in
>England, was he not?
and Modernity (begun in 1987). (The C. S. Lewis Centre, 47 Bedford Squre,
London WC1B 3DP--if it still exists.) Walker was listed as the Director in
the back of the book I mentioned, _A Christian for All Christians: Essays
in Honour of C. S. Lewis_. The Centre produced at least six books, two of
them on Lewis, all published by Hodder and Stoughton. The editors of _A
Christian for All Christians_ were Walker and James Patrick--the latter,
who wrote a book on _The Magdalen Metaphysicals_, heads a liberal
arts/religious college in Fort Worth (I have met him once).