The Everlasting Man Reading Group
A virtual reading group for Stanford undergraduates and recent alumni led by Annika Nordquist
Time & Location
May 08, 8:00 PM – 9:00 PM PDT
Zoom link to be sent to registrants
About the Event
Famed as the book that C.S. Lewis credits with "baptizing his intellect," The Everlasting Man challenges readers to closely examine modern preconceptions about history, science, and religion. Written in 1925 by the essayist G.K. Chesterton, famed for his humor, prescience, and impact on thinkers ranging from C.S. Lewis to Mahatma Gandhi, it engages not what but how we should think about claims regarding history and human nature. This 3-part reading group will examine this classic work for insights on religion and history still relevant a century later.
Mondays, May 1 & 8, 2023, 8 pm - 9 pm PT / 11 pm - 12 mn ET
Each session has its own registration page, please sign up for the session you can attend in.
This is a virtual reading group. Zoom link to be sent to registrants.
This is for Stanford undergraduates and recent alumni
Monday, May 1: Demons and Philosophers (Part 1, Chapters V-VIII)
Monday, May 8: The Man Called Christ (Part 2 and Conclusion)
Participants may use any version of this classic book. A free online version can be found here.
Annika Nordquist '21 studied Classics and Linguistics. In addition to her involvement with the Zephyr Institute, she was a varsity fencer and the Editor-in-Chief of the Stanford Review. She now works as the Communications Coordinator at Princeton University's James Madison Program in Ideals and Institutions, where she hosts and produces the podcast Madison's Notes. Her academic interests include ancient political structure, the sacred, and the history of language.