David Bates, Matt Bush and Andrew Lazo discuss the works of C.S. Lewis, chapter-by-chapter..."
PWJ: S4E56 – TSL 28 – “Death, be not proud”
Andrew and Matt discuss death!
PWJ: S4E55 – AH – “After Hours” with Dr. Robert Koons
Dr. Robert Koons takes us on a tour of Middle Earth with J.R.R. Tolkien, Owen Barfield and Plato!
PWJ: S4E54 – TSL 27 – “Say a little prayer for you”
Fr. Michael O'Loughlin from "What God is Not" returns to the podcast to discuss today's letter, which Screwtape devotes to the subject of prayer.
PWJ: S4E53 – AH – “After Hours” with Jake Grefenstette
Today we continue "Barfield Month" by talking to Jake Grefensette about the literature and poetry of Owen Barfield.
PWJ: S4E52 – TSL 26 – “What have you done for me lately?”
Andrew and Matt discuss Screwtape's plan to sow future disharmony in the patient's romantic relationship.
PWJ: Easter 2021
All the co-hosts recorded a quick listener message to celebrate Easter 2021!
Conversation of Our Generation podcast
Really love this podcast. I enjoyed the in-depth look at the marvelous works of CS Lewis, as well as the great insights from the hosts and guests.
Fantastic podcast of Lewis’ work
I love what little of C.S. Lewis’ work I’ve read and this podcast makes me want to read much more of him. Great insight and chemistry from these guys.
Incredible Insight and Encouragement
I am a Reformed Pastor and this is a show about C.S. Lewis (an Anglican) hosted by 2 Catholics… not usually a recipe for greatness. BUT this show has been one of the most encouraging, challenging and enlightening podcasts to which I have listened. The way that David, Matt and Andrew examine the works of Jack and tie them into our everyday world is incredible. I have also had the benefit of learning a great number of details about the works of Lewis I didn’t understand and have enjoyed worship with the body at large.
UPDATE AFTER LISTENING FOR A COUPLE MONTHS:
I wanted to take a moment to let people know about this most excellent podcast. This podcast has been such a deep source of encouragement to me in many ways. First of all the whole focus is on one of the greatest Christian minds of the modern time (even though he died many years ago). Second David and Matt do an amazing job of connecting what Lewis wrote so long ago with our lives in 2021.
On a side-note, David is incredibly nice. I have been able to contact him personally and have further discussion with him. That is always a plus... oh yeah. He is also British, so that means he automatically gets a plus in host department because of the accent.
Recommend this podcast 3000.