Announcing the C. S. Lewis Essay Prize

This current lull in DET publication is an opportune moment for letting you all know about an essay prize that is currently running, sponsored by the University of Notre Dame's Center for Philosophy of Religion. The gory details are included in the website snapshot below; click on the image to surf over and poke around for yourself. It looks like a great opportunity to try and translate your writing into cold, hard cash, and such opportunities are not to be squandered. This particular prize is neat because it is aimed at writing done for general consumption on the problem of evil and related questions. So check it out and think about submitting your essay today!


Truth in advertising, I have been compensated for this announcement to the tune of a tidy little Amazon gift card...
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