Conversations, News, VOLUME 8

In Remembrance 2015: Ten Notable Lives that We Lost

David Neuhouser
(Mathematician / C.S. Lewis and George Macdonald Scholar)


David Neuhouser was a professor of Mathematics at Taylor University. He also was the founder of TU’s C.S. Lewis Center.  He was a friend and mentor since I was a student of his in the 1990s. He also was one of the first subscribers to the ERB’s quarterly print magazine.  In addition to C.S. Lewis, David was particularly fond of the work of George Macdonald, and he edited two volumes of selections from Macdonald’s work. He died on April 1.

Read an obituary from Taylor University.

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