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In this second part of a live kids Q&A on Narnia, recorded at Oxford University, Dr Michael Ward continues to answer questions such as 'Where did the wood between the worlds come from?', 'Can people from Narnia enter our world?' and 'Is Narnia something CS Lewis experienced as a child?'   For books by Michael Ward: https://michaelward.net   + Subscribe to The CS Lewis podcast: https://pod.link/1560959545 + For more shows, free ebook and newsletter visit our new website + For our Premier Unbelievable? Live events + Support the podcast from the USA + Support the podcast from UK and rest of the world
Recorded live at Oxford University, Narnia expert Dr Michael Ward engages with a panel of young people with a variety of questions about Narnia and CS Lewis. How old is Narnia? How many ways are there into Narnia? Were the Pevensie children destined to go through the wardrobe?... and many more.   For books by Michael Ward: https://michaelward.net/   + Subscribe to The CS Lewis podcast: https://pod.link/1560959545 + For more shows, free ebook and newsletter visit our new website + For our Premier Unbelievable? Live events + Support the podcast from the USA + Support the podcast from UK and rest of the world
On Thursday September 8th Queen Elizabeth II, Britain’s longest-reigning monarch, died aged 96. In this special one-off episode about the Queen and CS Lewis, Ruth Jackson speaks to CS Lewis scholar Dr Michael Ward. They discuss Lewis’ thoughts on monarchy, the Queen’s coronation and the kings and queens of Narnia. Watch out for a brutally honest potted history of some of the British monarchs!      +Hear more from Michael Ward on an earlier episode of the CS Lewis podcast: https://www.premierunbelievable.com/the-cs-lewis-podcast/the-cs-lewis-podcast-30-michael-ward-on-the-abolition-of-man/12313.article   + Subscribe to The CS Lewis podcast: https://pod.link/1560959545 + For more shows, free ebook and newsletter visit our new website + For our Premier Unbelievable? Live events + Support the podcast from the USA + Support the podcast from UK and rest of the world
In the third part of their discussion David Marshall tells Justin Brierley about his own time as a missionary in China and East Asia and how he found CS Lewis' writing helped his journey there. How does the subject of miracles - the death and resurrection of Alan for instance - get addressed in Narnia?   For 'The Case For Aslan', from Amazon.com: https://www.amazon.com/Case-Aslan-Evidence-Jesus-Narnia/dp/1947929216/ref=sr_1_1?crid=22S25FFJ3PXZR&keywords=the+case+for+aslan&qid=1661214444&sprefix=%2Caps%2C876&sr=8-1 For 'The Case For Aslan', from Amazon.co.uk: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Case-Aslan-Evidence-Jesus-Narnia/dp/1947929216/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=the+case+for+aslan&qid=1661214557&sr=8-1   + Subscribe to The CS Lewis podcast: https://pod.link/1560959545 + For more shows, free ebook and newsletter visit our new website + For our Premier Unbelievable? Live events + Support the podcast from the USA + Support the podcast from UK and rest of the world
My sister Susan,” answered Peter shortly and gravely, “is no longer a friend of Narnia.”   Philip Pullman and JK Rowling have both criticised the way CS Lewis treated Susan at the end of the Narnia. Author David Marshall defends Lewis' decision not to have Susan enter heaven in the 'The Case for Aslan: Evidence for Jesus in the land of Narnia' and writes his own imagined next steps for Susan in the real world.   For 'The Case For Aslan', from Amazon.com: https://www.amazon.com/Case-Aslan-Evidence-Jesus-Narnia/dp/1947929216/ref=sr_1_1?crid=22S25FFJ3PXZR&keywords=the+case+for+aslan&qid=1661214444&sprefix=%2Caps%2C876&sr=8-1 For 'The Case For Aslan', from Amazon.co.uk: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Case-Aslan-Evidence-Jesus-Narnia/dp/1947929216/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=the+case+for+aslan&qid=1661214557&sr=8-1   + Subscribe to The CS Lewis podcast: https://pod.link/1560959545 + For more shows, free ebook and newsletter visit our new website + For our Premier Unbelievable? Live events + Support the podcast from the USA + Support the podcast from UK and rest of the world
'The Case for Aslan: Evidence for Jesus in the land of Narnia' examines how Lewis employed Christian apologetics throughout the fantasy writing of Narnia. Author David Marshall tells Justin Brierley how in The Silver Chair, Puddleglum proves himself to be a wise, if gloomy, thinker.     For 'The Case For Aslan', from Amazon.com: https://www.amazon.com/Case-Aslan-Evidence-Jesus-Narnia/dp/1947929216/ref=sr_1_1?crid=22S25FFJ3PXZR&keywords=the+case+for+aslan&qid=1661214444&sprefix=%2Caps%2C876&sr=8-1 For 'The Case For Aslan', from Amazon.co.uk: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Case-Aslan-Evidence-Jesus-Narnia/dp/1947929216/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=the+case+for+aslan&qid=1661214557&sr=8-1   + Subscribe to The CS Lewis podcast: https://pod.link/1560959545 + For more shows, free ebook and newsletter visit our new website + For our Premier Unbelievable? Live events + Support the podcast from the USA + Support the podcast from UK and rest of the world
Alister McGrath joins Justin Brierley and a panel of Christian thinkers, scientists and church leaders to take audience questions on vocation, culture and Christian witness in this continuation of last week's session, originally recorded live at Unbelievable? the Conference 2022.   Get all the video sessions from Unbelievable? the Conference 2022   + Subscribe to The CS Lewis podcast: https://pod.link/1560959545 + For more shows, free ebook and newsletter visit our new website + For our Premier Unbelievable? Live events + Support the podcast from the USA + Support the podcast from UK and rest of the world
Recorded live at Unbelievable? the Conference 2022, Justin Brierley leads a panel including Alister McGrath, Sharon Dirckx, John Wyatt, Skye Jethani, and Joseph D'Souza on bringing Christian faith into the spheres of art, science, education and global justice.   Get all the video sessions from Unbelievable? the Conference 2022   + Subscribe to The CS Lewis podcast: https://pod.link/1560959545 + For more shows, free ebook and newsletter visit our new website + For our Premier Unbelievable? Live events + Support the podcast from the USA + Support the podcast from UK and rest of the world
Prof Alister McGrath draws on CS Lewis and scripture to encourage Christians to live out their vocation and make a difference in a confused and divided culture. This keynote address was given at Unbelievable? the Conference 2022.   Get all the video sessions from Unbelievable? the Conference 2022   + Subscribe to The CS Lewis podcast: https://pod.link/1560959545 + For more shows, free ebook and newsletter visit our new website + For our Premier Unbelievable? Live events + Support the podcast from the USA + Support the podcast from UK and rest of the world
'If we are all going to be destroyed by an atomic bomb, let that bomb when it comes find us doing sensible and human things'. Alister and Justin discuss the way that CS Lewis' 1948 essay is remarkably relevant to modern crises such as Covid and the war in Ukraine.   Download Alister and all sessions from Unbelievable? 2022 + For more episodes subscribe to the podcast + For more shows, free ebook and newsletter visit our new website + For our Premier Unbelievable? Live events + Support the podcast from the USA + Support the podcast from UK and rest of the world
'The Weight of Glory' is a sermon that CS Lewis preached at the University Church of St Mary the Virgin, Oxford in 1941. It is widely regarded as one of his most significant short works, focussing on the way our human longings in this world point to another world that we were made for. Download Alister and all sessions from Unbelievable? 2022 + For more shows, free ebook and newsletter visit our new website + For our Premier Unbelievable? Live events + Support the podcast from the USA + Support the podcast from UK and rest of the world
Oringally published in 1942 this essay argues that humans often turn 'second order' things such as music, art, romatic love etc into 'first order' things in place of God. In doings so they lose the joy of those things in the process. "You can't get second things by putting them first; you can get second things only by putting first things first." Download Alister and all sessions from Unbelievable? 2022 + For more shows, free ebook and newsletter visit our new website + For our Premier Unbelievable? Live events + Support the podcast from the USA + Support the podcast from UK and rest of the world
Originally given as a talk in 1945, this was the first piece of Lewis' writing that Alister Mcgrath ever read as a student and it had a profound influence on him. It includes Lewis' memorable phrase: 'I believe in Christianity as I believe that the Sun has risen, not only because I see it, but because by it I see everything else.' Get Alister's new book What's the Point of Theology? Download Alister and all sessions from Unbelievable? 2022 + For more shows, free ebook and newsletter visit our new website + For our Premier Unbelievable? Live events + Support the podcast from the USA + Support the podcast from UK and rest of the world
This essay originally took the form of a talk at the Socratic club in Oxford in 1952. Lewis explains the difference between 'Faith A' as 'intellectual assent' and 'Faith B' as 'trust or confidence in God', as well as the experience of awe. Get Alister's new book What's the Point of Theology? Download Alister and all sessions from Unbelievable? 2022 + For more shows, free ebook and newsletter visit our new website + For our Premier Unbelievable? Live events + Support the podcast from the USA + Support the podcast from UK and rest of the world
Originally preached a sermon in 1945, this essay by Lewis uses the imagery of a diver to explain the significance of the incarnation as God stepping into creation to ultimately redeem it. Get Alister's new book What's the Point of Theology? Download Alister and all sessions from Unbelievable? 2022 + For more shows, free ebook and newsletter visit our new website + For our Premier Unbelievable? Live events + Support the podcast from the USA + Support the podcast from UK and rest of the world
CS Lewis discusses the importance of 'myth' in this critique of those who want to 'demythologise' Christianity. He explains why Christ is the 'true myth' that all other stories of dying and rising gods are pointing towards. Get Alister's new book What's the Point of Theology? Download Alister and all sessions from Unbelievable? 2022 + For more shows, free ebook and newsletter visit our new website + For our Premier Unbelievable? Live events + Support the podcast from the USA + Support the podcast from UK and rest of the world
Originally published in 1943 in a Christian magazine, 'Dogma and the Universe' sees Lewis look at the fact that modern science tells us the Universe had a beginning and that life will also come to an end one day. Get Alister's new book What's the Point of Theology? Download Alister and all sessions from Unbelievable? 2022 + For more shows, free ebook and newsletter visit our new website + For our Premier Unbelievable? Live events + Support the podcast from the USA + Support the podcast from UK and rest of the world
We begin season 6 of the CS Lewis podcast looking at a number of CS Lewis' shorter articles, essays and sermons. 'Meditation in a Toolshed' (1945) sees Lewis exploring the idea of 'looking at' a beam of sunlight vs 'looking along' the beam. Alister and Justin discuss how Lewis related this idea to the Christian faith. Download Alister's sessions from Unbelievable? the Conference + For more shows, free ebook and newsletter visit our new website + For our Premier Unbelievable? Live events + Support the podcast from the USA + Support the podcast from UK and rest of the world
Alister McGrath continues to respond to listener questions about science, faith and doubt (and CS Lewis!) in the second part of a show first recorded as a livestream listener Q&A edition of Unbelievable? in 2020, hosted by Justin and Lucy Brierley and Ruth Jackson. + For more shows, free ebook and newsletter visit our new website + For our Premier Unbelievable? Live events + Support the podcast from the USA + Support the podcast from UK and rest of the world
Alister McGrath talks about his memoir 'Through a Glass Darkly: Journeys Through Science, Faith & Doubt' in the first part of a show recorded as a livestream listern Q&A edition of Unbelievable? in 2020, hosted by Justin and Lucy Brierley and Ruth Jackson. + For more shows, free ebook and newsletter visit our new website + For our Premier Unbelievable? Live events + Support the podcast from the USA + Support the podcast from UK and rest of the world
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Randy Dysart

Thank you for these discussions regarding the thoughts and inspiration from CS Lewis and current theologians. The complicated made simple, a walk of faith. I do enjoy them and the stories that give us a glimpse into the life and struggles of a real influencer. Randy

Jun 22nd
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Dan B

So good.

Nov 8th
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