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A weekly podcast from Premier with Professor Alister McGrath exploring C.S. Lewis’ thought, theology and teaching. C.S. Lewis is one of the most influential voices in modern Christianity. The 20th Century British writer and lay theologian has profoundly impacted Christians around the world and brought many atheists and agnostics to faith in Jesus. One person whose faith was greatly encouraged by the writings of C.S. Lewis is Professor Alister McGrath. Both men were raised in Northern Ireland ...
 
Taught Dr. Clay Brown, Equipping PastorWe still read and talk about C. S. Lewis even though it is more than 50 years after his death. His words and thoughts remain remarkably powerful and profound, sounding as though they were authored this morning rather than decades ago.So why does Lewis remain so popular and influential today? Clay Brown will teach a six-session course on Lewis seeking to answer that question. The focus will be on Lewis the writer, thinker, and cultural critic, and on two ...
 
Join New York Times bestselling author Patti Callahan for a seven-part original podcast that explores in-depth the improbable and beautiful love story between C.S. Lewis and Joy Davidman. While writing her bestselling novel, Becoming Mrs. Lewis, Patti Callahan was inspired by numerous experts from both personal, scholarly, and literary backgrounds. Join her as she talks with these influencers, who include: • Joy Davidman’s son and C.S. Lewis’s step-son, Douglas Gresham • Drs. David and Cryst ...
 
Perhaps no writer in the 20th century was better capable of sharing the "shiver of wonder" and the glorious taste of the gospel than C.S. Lewis. Throughout his life, Lewis reveled in the truth and beauty of God, passionately chasing the eternal ache and longing he felt for the joy and ultimate satisfaction found only in Jesus Christ. Taking the journey one chapter at a time, this podcast delves into the deeper magic of Lewis's famous Narnia stories, inviting you to go further up and further ...
 
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IN THIS REPEAT: Here's an essay chat with Dr. Charlie Starr about the shorter work entitled HORRID RED THINGS. After beginning an occasional series examining a single essay from Lewis in 2012 and doing more than a dozen that year, I ended up doing a lot fewer since that time. The following discussion with Dr. Charlie Starr was first released in Apr…
 
Shasta flees Tashbaan and hides among the tombs outside the city. Your Lamp-post Links: "The Surprising Imagination of C.S. Lewis" by Jerry Root at the C.S. Lewis Symposium You can support the show on Patreon. You can also email us at thenarniapodcast@gmail.com or leave us a voicemail at (406) 646-6733. Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Google Podcasts | …
 
This is the third show in a mini-series of podcast interviews on The Faun's Bookshelf. The previous show went into detail about chapters one to three of the book. This episode goes in-depth into chapters four to six (the second part of The Faun's Bookshelf, entitled "Narnian Reality, Terran Myth.") As before, Dr. Charlie Starr, the author of the bo…
 
Ashley Hales is a writer, a speaker, and the host of the Finding Holy Podcast. Her new book is A Spacious Life: Trading Hustle and Hurry for the Goodness of Limits. In this episode, Ashley Hales and Jonathan Rogers discuss a paradox: embracing your limitations can create more space and lead to greater creativity. Support the show: https://therabbit…
 
IN THIS REPEAT: The book, A COMPASS FOR DEEP HEAVEN is discussed with the those involved in the project. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ C.S. Lewis wrote a trilogy of books BEFORE his beloved Narnia series that many overlook. Whether you've read them or not, you'll want to listen to this podcast interview about a book that wants to help you better understand Out…
 
A few months ago, John and Greta from The Tolkien Road podcast did a series of episodes on religion in Tolkien's Legendarium. David invited him onto the show to talk about those episodes and to encourage the Pints With Jack listeners to listen to them.由David Bates, Matt Bush, Andrew Lazo, and C.S. Lewis
 
IN THIS REPEAT: An earlier program from 2012 about a lost Lewis story that is a different version of one already known. This book interview is from 2012, but it had not yet been featured here since changing the podcast audio hosting. It is a conversation with Dr. Charlie W. Starr and his book Light: C.S. Lewis's First and Final Short Story. It tell…
 
This is the second show in a mini-series of podcast interviews on "The Faun's Bookshelf." The previous show provided an overview of first half of the book and this episode dives deeper into chapters one to three (part one of the book, "Folios and Fauns"). As before, Dr. Charlie Starr, the author of the book is back to talk with Dr. Sarah Waters and…
 
Dave and Licia Radford constitute the husband-wife duo, The Gray Havens. Their upcoming album, Blue Flower, is inspired by C. S. Lewis's autobiography, Surprised by Joy and explores "inconsolable longing" and every human's homesickness for a place they've never been. Most of the album's songs are available on Spotify. In this episode, Dave Radford …
 
In this repeat: Information about a way to study the writings of Lewis and Tolkien more deeply with Northwind Seminary. - - - - - - - If you have ever wanted to dig deeper into your understanding of C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien and the other Inklings, then you will want to give a listen to this special podcast. Northwind Seminary offers a Doctor i…
 
IN THIS REPEAT: An interview about The Faun's Bookshelf by Dr. Charlie Starr. A book released last year (2018). The Faun's Bookshelf is an interesting title that explores, as part of the subtitle reveals, "Why Myth Matters." Dr. Charlie Starr, the author, uses books C.S. Lewis mentions on Mr. Tumnus's bookshelf as the framework to examine what myth…
 
Andrew interviewed Max McLean, founder and artistic director of the Fellowship for Performing Arts, who have brought many of Lewis' works to life on the stage, and who will soon be releasing a movie about Lewis' life, The Most Reluctant Convert, which will be released on November 3rd.由David Bates, Matt Bush, Andrew Lazo, and C.S. Lewis
 
This is the first show in a mini-series of podcast interviews on "The Faun's Bookshelf." Previously a single interview was done with the author, Dr. Charlie Starr (see link below to hear it). Dr. Sarah Waters joins William O'Flaherty as a guest co-host to help explore "why myth matters" from the perspective of C.S. Lewis. The debut episode provides…
 
Singer-songwriter Taylor Leonhardt's second solo album, Hold Still, releases in September, 2021. (You can hear several of the songs already on streaming services.) In this episode of The Habit Podcast, Taylor and Jonathan Rogers discuss what it means to be God's idea, and coming to terms with the truth that we are all in suspense and incomplete. Su…
 
IN THIS REPEAT: A recent preview about the forthcoming magazine Christian History issue on C.S. Lewis (new for 2021). THE ISSUE IS NOW POSTED! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ The magazine Christian History usually releases four issues a year and it has been a while since they did an entire magazine just on C.S. Lewis. This podcast interview with D…
 
Over this past Season, co-host Andrew Lazo has appeared on the Upstream podcast with Shane Morris several times. For the next two Thursdays we'll be sharing the audio from two of these appearances. In today's episode, Andrew argues for why he thinks "Till We Have Faces" is Lewis' best book.由David Bates, Matt Bush, Andrew Lazo, and C.S. Lewis
 
IN THIS REPEAT: An interview with Michael Ward about his guide to The Abolition of Man entitled After Humanity. - - - The Abolition of Man by C.S. Lewis is often an overlooked book despite it being one of his shortest. In this podcast, you'll hear Dr. Michael Ward interviewed about his new title (2021) that aims to help you understand and appreciat…
 
Shasta meets Prince Corin in Tashbaan. Your Lamp-post Links: You can support the show on Patreon. You can also email us at thenarniapodcast@gmail.com or leave us a voicemail at (406) 646-6733. Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Google Podcasts | YouTube | Stitcher Radio | Podcast Website | RSS Feed
 
It is well known to our listeners that Andrew likes buying and selling early editions of Lewis books. In this episode, he is joined by two other enthusiastic collectors, Dr. Steven Beebe and Dr. Gordon Greenhill, to talk about their book collecting.由David Bates, Matt Bush, Andrew Lazo, and C.S. Lewis
 
In the eighth episode of the second series of The C.S. Lewis Podcast, professor Alister McGrath speaks to Ruth Jackson about the impact that our Christian hope should have on our own lives and the world around us by looking at Lewis’ thoughts on this topic. They also look back over some of the topics they have covered in this second series. For mor…
 
In this repeat: A conversation with Diana Glyer BEFORE Bandersnatch was released.. 2015 has seen the release of several books on, or related to, the Inklings. Are you ready for the most unique among them? Bandersnatch: C. S. Lewis, J. R. R. Tolkien, and the Creative Collaboration of the Inklings is a forthcoming title (at the time of this post) due…
 
Carrie Givens is a publisher and co-founder of Bandersnatch Books. She is also the author of the recently released novel Rosefire. In this episode, Carrie speaks with Jonathan Rogers about writers' groups, dry spells, the role of "namers" in our creative lives, and characters who arrive unbidden in our stories. Support the show: https://therabbitro…
 
IN THIS REPEAT: Before Bandersnatch, Dr. Glyer wrote this landmark book, The Company They Keep. Dr. Diana Glyer is a professor of English at Azusa Pacific University. When her The Company They Keep came out several years ago it was instantly recognized as a great work on the Inklings. Listen as William O'Flaherty spoke with her about this landmark …
 
Over this past Season, co-host Andrew Lazo has appeared on the Upstream podcast with Shane Morris several times. For the next two Thursdays we'll be sharing the audio from two of these appearances. In today's episode, Andrew explains how Lewis' books reveal the exhortation to love rightly.由David Bates, Matt Bush, Andrew Lazo, and C.S. Lewis
 
C.S. Lewis wrote a trilogy of books BEFORE his beloved Narnia series that many overlook. Whether you've read them or not, you'll want to listen to this podcast interview about a book that wants to help you better understand Out of the Silent Planet, Perelandra, and That Hideous Strength. Dr. Diana Glyer returns as a guest for the All About Jack pod…
 
Earlier this season in "Barfield Month", we looked at the life and work of Lewis' fellow Inkling, Owen Barfield. Only after this special series was concluded did we come across the thoroughly enlightening book by Dr. Stephen Thorson, which is entitled "Joy and Poetic Imagination". In his book, Dr. Thorson unpacks all the important issues debated be…
 
In the seventh episode of the second series of The C.S. Lewis Podcast, professor Alister McGrath speaks to Ruth Jackson about Lewis’ understanding of the nature of God and the Trinity, looking at why his thoughts are still relevant to our prayer life and Christian journey today. For more from the podast http://www.cslewispodcast.com…
 
Bill Haslam was a two-term governor of Tennessee and a two-term mayor of Knoxville. In a political climate marked by metastasizing outrage and division, he found success by finding common ground and treating everyone—allies and opponents alike—with decency and respect. Bill Haslam is the author of Faithful Presence: The Promise and the Peril of Fai…
 
Shasta is surprised to meet a group of Narnians in Tashbaan. Your Lamp-post Links: You can support the show on Patreon. You can also email us at thenarniapodcast@gmail.com or leave us a voicemail at (406) 646-6733. Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Google Podcasts | YouTube | Stitcher Radio | Podcast Website | RSS Feed…
 
Professor Diana Pavlac Glyer is an expert on Tolkien and Lewis, especially with regard to their collaboration in the Inklings group. She is also the editor of A Compass for Deep Heaven—a collection of essays about Lewis's Ransom Trilogy. This book is the fruit of Professor Glyer's practicing what she preaches in generous collaboration with emerging…
 
IN THIS REPEAT: Learn more about Joy Davidman, the wife of C.S. Lewis through her own letters! Back in 2012 I did my first interview with Dr. Don King. It was on the 2009 book entitled Out of My Bone: The Letters of Joy Davidman. This is the first time I've reposted the interview since I've had my podcast at the Podbean location. In this chat I als…
 
IN THIS REPEAT: Don King discusses two books - one he wrote about Joy Davidman and the other a volume of poems from her that he edited. 2015 is the 100th anniversary of the birth of Joy Davidman, C.S. Lewis's wife. It just so happens that Dr. Don King has two new books this year (one not yet released at the time of this posting) related to her. A N…
 
Both Matt and David love "When the Church Was Young" by Dr. Marcellino D'Ambrosio. After mentioning it in a couple of episodes, an increasing number of listeners read it as well. As a result, they decided to invite Dr. D'Ambrosio onto the show to discuss his book.由David Bates, Matt Bush, Andrew Lazo, and C.S. Lewis
 
IN THIS REPEAT: A recent show that featured excerpts from talks given by Hal Poe and Don King at the 2021 Inklings Weekend. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ This is the second of a two-part episode featuring highlights from the 2021 Inklings Weekend that was held in Montreat, NC at Montreat College from July 9-11. Previously, two talks given by Dr.…
 
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