The Verum Fabula Fellowship Review
The Verum Fabula Fellowship is the first ever Wilmore, Kentucky based C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien society!
Meeting in a historic downtown Wilmore coffee roastery called Drinklings (yes, named after Lewis and Tolkien's Inklings) this group came together in the summer of 2019 to explore ideas of philosophy, theology, literature, art, and poetry in a similar vein as the original Oxford dons did at the Eagle and Child more than 60 years ago.
As a fellowship, the group is a small membership organization but if this is something you are interested in being a part of feel absolutely free to join us for an evening and listen in or email j.wesleymullings.@gmail.com for information about joining in!
Where: 325 E. Main Street, Wilmore, KY 40390
Time: Monday evenings, 7.00 - 8.00 p.m.
Bring your pipes, cigars, and spirits for post-gathering discussion!
To create, foster, and develop a society of literary, philosophical, and theological engagement for the purpose of the refinement and generativity of the mind and personal character and for the enhancement of society through conversation, debate, and contribution.
- To enhance intellectual and scholarly contribution in the areas of literary, philosophical, and theological thought and engagement through a shared body of similarly minded academics with diverse backgrounds and pursuits
- To provide a meeting space and society for the refinement of ideas through the presentation and/or discussion of articles, research, and other contributions (i.e. poetry, narrative, film, art, etc.) within the respective areas of literature, philosophy, and theology.
- To create a bonding of minds, characters, and personalities through the development of a society of intellectuals committed to enhancing the quality of life and thought of its members and society.
Make sure to check out our The Verum Fabula Fellowship Review, including "The Jack and Beren Show" for weekly discussions on all things philosophy, theology, literature, and culture.
Listen to "Verum Fabula Fellowship Review" on Spreaker.