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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 ...
 
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C.S. Lewis for Today

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Taught Dr. Clay Brown, Equipping Pastor We 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 t ...
 
First published in 1919 under his pseudonym Clive Hamilton, Spirits in Bondage, is also the first published book by the notorious novelist C.S. Lewis. This early piece of work represents Lewis’ youth, as it was written at a time when the author had just returned from his military service in the First World War. In addition it differentiates itself from his other works, not just in terms of style, but also in themes due to his agnostic stand at the time. Written in the form of poetry, the pie ...
 
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: A special podcast devoted to the book version of The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. Back in 2013 I did a miniseries on The Chronicles of Narnia. For it there was one show for each of the seven books and a different special guest. Co-hosting with me for nearly all of the shows were Paul Martin from NarniaFans.com and Dr. Crystal H…
 
Justin Brierley speaks to CS Lewis scholar Michael Ward about his new book 'After Humanity: A guide to CS Lewis' The Abolition Of Man'. Register free for Unbelievable? Live http://www.unbelievable.live For more from the podcast http://www.cslewispodcast.comPremier による
 
Shasta meets The Great Lion. Your Lamp-post Links: Caravaggio, Conversion on the Way to Damascus, 1601, oil on canvas 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…
 
IN THIS REPEAT: An interview with Dr. Steven Beebe about his book dealing with Lewis as a Communicator. - - - - Communicating is something everyone does every day, but do you do it effectively? C.S. Lewis knew it was important to convey his ideas in a way for others to understand and many consider him a master at communications. In this podcast int…
 
Have you ever wondered how C.S. Lewis came to create the land of Narnia? Imagine if you were a student at Oxford at the time he was writing them and you had a chance to ask him? What would Lewis say? You don't have to imagine because bestselling fictional writer Patti Callahan has done the work for you. Dr. Sarah Waters interviewed her for the All …
 
The team begins Chapter 2 of The Four Loves, which is entitled “Likings and loves of the sub-human”. This chapter will be read over the course of three episodes and in this episode Lewis examines the subject of pleasure and distinguishes Need-pleasures and Pleasures of Appreciation.David Bates, Matt Bush, Andrew Lazo, and C.S. Lewis による
 
Professor Alister McGrath speaks to Ruth Jackson about The Last Battle, focussing on difficult questions around topics such as racism, pluralism and death. They also look at heaven and how we can share our Christian hope with the broken world around us. For more from the podast http://www.cslewispodcast.com…
 
IN THIS REPEAT: An interview about the upcoming (March 2022) Inkling-Plus event in Montreat, NC. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~The Presbyterian Heritage Center (PHC) is hosting another great event related to C.S. Lewis. Their Inkling-Plus Premiere Global Conference is called "From Shakespeare to the Inklings: The Bible's Impact on Creative Imagin…
 
IN THIS REPEAT: Part 6 of a 6 part mini-series on THE FAUN'S BOOKSHELF. The following is the sixth and final show in a mini-series of podcast interviews on The Faun's Bookshelf. The previous episode provided an in-depth look at the third part of the book. This show goes into more detail about the fourth and final part of the book and also gives a s…
 
IN THIS REPEAT: My 2013 interview with Colin Duriez on his biography on Lewis. Colin Duriez is what you might call "an expert to the experts." He is among the top writers/scholars on not only C.S. Lewis, but also J.R.R. Tolkien. Just releasing now is his book C.S. Lewis: A Biography of Friendship. William O'Flaherty spoke with him about this title …
 
Andrew, David, and Matt finish discussing the Introduction to The Four Loves where Lewis looks at two different kinds of nearness, Nearness-by-likeness and Nearness-of-approach, and explains how loves, when they become gods, become demons.David Bates, Matt Bush, Andrew Lazo, and C.S. Lewis による
 
Professor Alister McGrath speaks to Ruth Jackson about one of the darkest books in the Narnia series – The Silver Chair. They look at how we can know that Christianity is true and unpack the relevance of Lewis’ countercultural ideas in today’s skeptical culture. For more from the podcast http://www.cslewispodcast.com…
 
IN THIS REPEAT: An interview with Katherine Langrish about From Spare Oom to War Drobe. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Do you remember what it was like reading one of the Narnia stories as a child? Was it twenty, thirty, or more years ago? Award-winning author Katherine Langrish (whose works include the Viking Trilogy) vividly remembers reading h…
 
IN THIS REPEAT: Part 5 of a 6 part mini-series on THE FAUN'S BOOKSHELF. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ The following is the fifth show in a mini-series of podcast interviews on The Faun's Bookshelf. The previous episode gave you an overview of the last half of the book. This show goes into more detail about the third part of the book; chapters se…
 
As Trumpkin, Peter, and Edmund approach Aslan's How, they overhear a council-of-war between King Caspian, Trufflehunter, Doctor Cornelius, and Nikabrik. As all hope of victory seems lost, Nikabrik offers an alternative plan, one couched in a sweeping array of philosophical claims and rhetorical strategies that threaten to overturn Caspian's authori…
 
The four companions seek refuge with a mysterious hermit. 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…
 
IN THIS REPEAT: The first official show in the occasional series Why Read C.S. Lewis. This one is on THE LAST BATTLE. ----more---- This podcast focuses on The Last Battle and is part of a new series that I "accidentally" began in 2016. It was then that I gathered together a handful of individuals giving a testimony on a particular work by C.S. Lewi…
 
It is a new season and a new book! Join Andrew, David, and Matt as they begin reading “The Four Loves” by C.S. Lewis. In this book, Lewis examines love and distinguishes between its many different kinds.David Bates, Matt Bush, Andrew Lazo, and C.S. Lewis による
 
IN THIS REPEAT: An interview with Max McLean about the Lewis movie set to release on Nov. 3rd (and now Nov. 7th in the UK). Fellowship for Performing Arts (FPA) has produced its first movie (in conjunction with 1A Productions). Hear Max McLean talk with William O'Flaherty about the motion picture in this podcast interview. The Most Reluctant Conver…
 
On November 3rd, "The Most Reluctant Convert" will be released in cinemas. This movie is based on the play by "The Fellowship of Performing Arts" and Lewis' own spiritual autobiography, "Surprised By Joy", which chronicles his journey to Christianity. Dr. Devin Brown was invited to write the Study Guide for the movie so he came on the show to talk …
 
IN THIS REPEAT; From my series about why you should read Lewis; this one about his poem Dymer. This podcast focuses on one of the lesser-known works by C.S. Lewis; a long narrative poem entitled Dymer. This show is part of an occasional series indirectly begun in 2016 and officially kicked off this year, 2017. The series is called "Why Read Lewis,"…
 
IN THIS REPEAT: A variety of guests tell about The Great Divorce and why you should read or re-read it. This podcast, part of an occasional feature to encourage you to read material from Lewis, focuses on one of the shortest works by him (excluding essays, of course). The Great Divorce was first released in weekly installments in The Guardian befor…
 
Alister McGrath speaks to Ruth Jackson about Prince Caspian, focussing on painful questions such as the apparent silence of God. They also look at how to share our faith in a culture that is saturated with opposing worldviews. For more from the podcast http://www.cslewispodcast.comPremier による
 
IN THIS REPEAT - Here is the final part of a chat about The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe: book vs. 2005 movie. = = = = This is the second and final part of an episode exploring how well the 2005 Hollywood version of The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe compares with the book that was published in 1950. My guests are Dr. Crystal Downing, co-Dire…
 
IN THIS REPEAT - the first half of a discussion on The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe book vs. the 2005 movie. This is the first of a two-part podcast episode exploring how well the 2005 Hollywood version of The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe compares with the book that was published in 1950. My guests are Dr. Crystal Downing, co-Director of th…
 
The following is the sixth and final show in a mini-series of podcast interviews on The Faun's Bookshelf. The previous episode provided an in-depth look at the third part of the book. This show goes into more detail about the fourth and final part of the book and also gives a short summary of the earliest shows. As before, Dr. Charlie Starr, the au…
 
Aravis, Shasta, Bree, and Hwin reunite before setting out across the desert. Your Lamp-post Links: Further Up & Further In: Understanding Narnia, by Joseph Pearce Narnia: Unlocking the Wardrobe, by Paul A. Karkainen 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. Ap…
 
IN THIS REPEAT: The FOURTH episode in the six-part series on The Faun's Bookshelf. Part six releases 10/20/21. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ The following is the fourth show in a mini-series of podcast interviews on The Faun's Bookshelf. The previous episode went into detail about chapters four to six of the book. This show provides an overview …
 
Fellowship for Performing Arts (FPA) has produced its first movie (in conjunction with 1A Productions). Hear Max McLean talk with William O'Flaherty about the motion picture in this podcast interview. The Most Reluctant Convert: The Untold Story of C.S. Lewis, stars Max and is an adaption of his popular stage play. The Movie debuts in the US on Nov…
 
IN THIS REPEAT: I usually don't stray too far from material related to Lewis, but here's somewhat of an exception. A fictional work by a Lewis scholar that had inspiration from him. I'm sharing an interview from respected C.S. Lewis scholar Dr. Charlie Starr, but it's not directly about Lewis. However, Charlie does announce news about upcoming arti…
 
IN THIS REPEAT: Learn about David Payne and the variety of plays he has done, including "An Evening with C.S. Lewis." ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Many people wish they could meet someone famous like C.S. Lewis in order to learn about their life firsthand. But, because he died back in 1963 (on the same day U.S. President Kennedy was killed) tha…
 
Alister McGrath speaks to Ruth Jackson about Lewis’ most famous book, The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, unpacking some of its theology, such as forgiveness and the atonement. They also look at how we can speak truth to a sceptical society. For more from the podast http://www.cslewispodcast.comPremier による
 
The following is the fifth show in a mini-series of podcast interviews on The Faun's Bookshelf. The previous episode gave you an overview of the last half of the book. This show goes into more detail about the third part of the book; chapters seven to nine. As before, Dr. Charlie Starr, the author of The Faun's Bookshelf returns to talk with Dr. Sa…
 
IN THIS REPEAT: A recent preview about the forthcoming magazine Christian History issue on C.S. Lewis (new for 2021). ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 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 Dr. Jennifer Woodruff Tait…
 
The Tisroc and Rabadassh conspire against Narnia. Count Dooku Meme 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…
 
The following is the fourth show in a mini-series of podcast interviews on The Faun's Bookshelf. The previous episode went into detail about chapters four to six of the book. This show provides an overview of the last half of the book (chapters seven to twelve). As before, Dr. Charlie Starr, the author of the book returns to talk with Dr. Sarah Wat…
 
IN THIS REPEAT: The third episode in the six-part series on The Faun's Bookshelf. Part FOUR releases 10/4/21. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 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…
 
IN THIS REPEAT: The second episode in the six-part series on The Faun's Bookshelf. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 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,…
 
In the first episode of the third series of The C.S. Lewis Podcast, professor Alister McGrath speaks to Ruth Jackson about how Lewis’ famous works of fiction came to be written. They also tackle some of the criticisms that have been levelled against the books, such as sexism and racism, looking at the impact of these issues on today’s culture. For …
 
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