David Bates, Matt Bush and Andrew Lazo discuss the works of C.S. Lewis, chapter-by-chapter..."
PWJ: S4E85 – AH – “After Hours” with Dr. Ray Baker
We end "Narnia Month" by going "Beyond Narnia" with Dr. Ray Baker, discussing his book, "Beyond Narnia: The Theology and Apologetics of C.S. Lewis".
PWJ: S4E84 – Bonus – “Learning with C.S. Lewis” (Art & Faith Conversations)
Andrew was invited on the "Art & Faith Conversations" podcast with Libby John to talk about C.S. Lewis.
PWJ: S4E83 – AH – “After Hours” with Katherine Langrish
Katherine Langrish loved Narnia as a nine year-old girl. Now as a grown-up with children of her own, she returned to Narnia and wrote a book about the experience, "From Spare Oom to War Drobe: Travels in Narnia with my nine-year-old".
PWJ: S4E82 – AH – “After Hours” with Dr. Brian Williams
Dr. Brian Williams came on the show to talk about how C.S. Lewis can be used as pre-evangelism for a post-Christian World.
PWJ: S4E81 – AH – “After Hours” with Dr. Devin Brown
Dr. Devin Brown wrote a series of books on "The Chronicles of Narnia" called "Inside Narnia". In this episode, Dr. Brown returns to the show to talk about "The Silver Chair" and his unpublished manuscript.
PWJ: S4E80 – AH – “After Hours” with Dr. David Downing
Having finished "The Silver Chair", the rest of Narnia Month will be devoted to discussing other aspects of the Narniad. Today, David speaks with Dr. David Downing, Co Director of Marion E. Wade Center and author of "Into the Wardrobe: C. S. Lewis and the Narnia Chronicles".
My favorite podcast—even if I have no idea what you’re drinking at times!
I love this podcast! I’ve been an on-and-off podcast listener for a few years, but never found one that felt home-y or that I felt connected to. Then along comes Pints with Jack, and I can’t get enough! Your passion for Christ is inspiring, and from that you have such a great and true perspective of Lewis. I love the guests and the general fervor for Lewisian ideas. I feel like I have gotten to know some really great and inspiring people through this podcast. It’s very educational even: I sound like a pro when I reference alcohol! As a southern boy, alcohol has been kind of foreign to my family, so La Croix and Earl Grey is as far as my knowledge goes 😂
Thank you, PWJ, for the camaraderie and discussions!
Confused by Lewis?
You should be list’ning to Pints—
I sure know my rights!
All days are today:
God’s the lense of all that’s good.
This moment is all.
Aslan—if there’s none.
Narnia—if I pretend.
My hope licks your void.
I just listened to part one of The Silver Chair. Well done! I love this book and thought I knew it well. You brought much to my understanding. I continue to recommend this podcast to everyone and will continue. I love what each person brings to the conversation. You are an essential part of my week. Thank you for all your work. Blessings on you!
To disrespect the beliefs of another Christian faith brought you down several notches for me. Up until you demeaned the The Church of Jesus of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, I felt that your thoughts on what CS Lewis wrote about and explored were really thought-provoking. Now I’m not sure I want to listen any more because I didn’t think your podcast would turn into a minefield of unexpected trashing of Christian faiths different from your own. I don’t think you meant to alienate me or other members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, but listening to your podcast will be harder for me to do now that I sense you might not (or don’t) really mean to include all Christian faiths under the umbrella of Christianity. My husband’s parents are Catholic, and they never disrespect us with off-hand comments like yours. Thank you for the many episodes I listened to where interesting and thoughtful discussion was had about CS Lewis and his writings. I’m sad I won’t be listening to any more. But I will continue to read CS Lewis, a man who inspires me to think about why I am a Christian and what I need to be doing and thinking and saying as one.