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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 ...
 
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At the beginning of "Apologetics Month" we looked at science and scientism. Today with apologist Peter S. Williams we consider the related ideas of "Logical Positivism" and "Verificationism" which were popular in Lewis' day and which are still alive and well today.By David Bates, Matt Bush, and Andrew Lazo
 
Lewis said that before he was six years old, he was "a votary of the Blue Flower". The Blue Flower symbolized a life-long longing, "an unsatisfied desire which is itself more desirable than any other satisfaction". Lewis used this idea in Mere Christianity to build The Argument From Desire, which Joe Heshmeyer discusses on today's show as part of "…
 
Continuing with "Apologetics Month", we turn to what is probably the most powerful argument in favour of atheism, what Lewis called "The Problem of Pain". David interviews Oxford Professor, Dr. Bethany N. Sollereder about her book, "Why is there suffering?"By David Bates, Matt Bush, and Andrew Lazo
 
Today we begin "Apologetics Month", examining some of Lewis' favourite arguments for his worldview. We begin by discussing his views on science, scientism, and evolution with Dr. John G. West, editor of "The Magician's Twin".By David Bates, Matt Bush, and Andrew Lazo
 
Anyone who has listened to the show this season will know that Matt loves the writing of Sr. Miriam James. As an early birthday present for Matt, David reached out and invited her onto the show to talk to Matt about her recent book, "Loved as I am"...By David Bates, Matt Bush, and Andrew Lazo
 
So far in this "Ecumenism Month", we've spoken to Eastern Orthodox and Reformed Christians. Now it's time to speak to a Mormon! Over a rather temperamental internet connection, David discusses Lewis with Professor Bruce Wilson Young from "The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints" (LDS).By David Bates, Matt Bush, and Andrew Lazo
 
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.By David Bates, Matt Bush, and Andrew Lazo
 
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 …
 
The Gray Havens are an American Christian folk pop husband and wife duo, David and Licia Radford, from Crystal Lake, Illinois. On October 8th they will be releasing their new album, Blue Flower, so David Radford came on the show to talk to Andrew and David about how C.S. Lewis inspired their recent work.…
 
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