Just Sentiments: Lessons from C.S. Lewis on How to Feel Guilt and Grace

Thaddeus Williams

    • Thursday, April 23, 2015
    • 9:30–10:20 a.m.
  • Calvary Chapel
  • Open to: Students

Cost and Admission

This event is free to attend.

We live in a culture where feelings have been granted a kind of sacred, unquestionable authority. Feelings are considered valid in our day not by corresponding to reality but simply by being felt. As Christians this can throw us into a a downward spiral where we let feelings of shame define us more than the reality of Christ's saving work. Drawing on C.S. Lewis work, Dr. Williams helps us move beyond guilt to Grace.


Thaddeus Williams

Dr. Williams loves enlarging students understanding and enjoyment of God while teaching Theology 1 and 2 courses at Biola University. He also teaches History of Atheism, Introduction to Philosophy, and Biblical Literature in the secular college context. He has taught theology internationally including seminaries in Nepal and Francis Schaeffer's L'Abri ministries in Switzerland and Holland. Dr. Williams is a frequent guest speaker at churches and conferences, in addition to serving as a teaching pastor at a local church, His academic works include Love, Freedom, and Evil (Rodopi, 2011), used in seminaries around the world and currently being translated into German, and his recent popular publication, The Exchange (AIMBooks, 2012, available here). His research interests include the Trinity, divine and human agency, dialogue with atheists, and theology of culture. You can visit his website at www.rereform.com.


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