David Bates, Matt Bush and Andrew Lazo discuss the works of C.S. Lewis, chapter-by-chapter..."
PWJ: S4E15 – TSL 9 – “Danger Zone”
In last week's letter, Screwtape described the law of Undulation. In today's letter, Screwtape explains how to exploit the trough periods in the undulation.
PWJ: S4E14 – TSL 8 – “Love Rollercoaster”
Today Screwtape presents one of his central ideas: the law of Undulation.
PWJ: S4E13 – AH – “After Hours” with Douglas Gresham
Earlier in the year, Matt interviewed Douglas Gresham about life with his stepfather, C.S. Lewis. Today Douglas returns to talk about his life in the post-Lewis years.
PWJ: S4E12 – TSL 7 – “Better the devil you know”
Wormwood is wondering whether he should be overt and make his presence known to the patient, or whether he should remain hidden...
PWJ: S4E11 – TSL 6 – “Should I stay or should I go?”
Matt and I discuss Screwtape's sixth letter where he explains how the patient's uncertain future should be exploited.
PWJ: S4E10- AH – “After Hours” with Paul McCusker
As I'm reading through "The Screwtape Letters" this Season, I'm reading my copy of the Annotated Edition by Paul McCusker. Paul has also been involved with many of the C.S. Lewis projects from Focus On The Family, including a production of The Screwtape Letters starring Andy Serkis.
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I stumbled across this podcast a few months ago and immediately downloaded the entirety of season 1. I have taught 'Mere Christianity' as a high school Bible class for years, and I still learned from this show in every episode. David and Matt are engaging, humorous, honest, and inspiring. As a Presbyterian listening to two Catholics, I've also been encouraged by how our reading and understanding of Lewis (and of Christ) is more similar than I ever realized before. If you love Lewis, or if you're a believer, or even if you're just interested in Christianity, this is a must-listen, binge-worthy, laugh-out-loud show. It'll make you wish you could have a pint with the hosts (and with Jack) in person! Thanks, guys, and keep up the great work.
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