A weekly podcast from Premier Unbelievable? with Professor Alister McGrath exploring C.S. Lewis’ thought, theology and teaching. C.S. Lewis is one of the most influential voices in modern Christianity. The 20th Century British writer and lay theologian has profoundly impacted Christians around the world and brought many atheists and agnostics to faith in Jesus. One person whose faith was greatly encouraged by the writings of C.S. Lewis is Professor Alister McGrath. Both men were raised in Northern Ireland, studied at Oxford University and went on to become professors there. They also both came to faith from atheism slightly later in life. Alister has written numerous books on C.S. Lewis, including a seminal biography C.S. Lewis – A Life. Every Monday, Ruth Jackson and Professor Alister McGrath will reflect on C.S. Lewis’ ideas, life and influence as well as trying to answer questions that impact culture today.
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We continue our conversation on Perelandra, with Alister McGrath reflecting on questions around pleasure, gender and sex. What is gender? Is pleasure always erotic? What did Lewis mean by "transsexual" in this novel? + Subscribe to The CS Lewis podca... more
Professor Alister McGrath explores the second book of CS Lewis' space trilogy, Perelandra, looking at some of its key themes, characters and questions. Could the Fall have been prevented? What if it hadn't happened? How did Lewis perceive magic? Wher... more
In the final episode on Out of the Silent Planet, Alister McGrath explores Lewis' depiction of humanity, death, evolution and suffering. He also discusses the framework Lewis provides to help us reflect on these big questions. + Subscribe to The CS L... more
I’m really enjoying this show. I didn’t know that much about CS Lewis when I started listening, but this podcast has really helped me get into his work and I’m loving it. Thank you so much Ruth and Alister, I’m a huge fan of the show.
I feel this is very strong on CSL’s theology and Narnia, less strong on his other work. It has been quite dismissive of his writing on literature, which is actually well worth reading. It dismissed his work on 16th century English literature as ‘a big dull book’! I’ve always really enjoyed the Space trilogy and don’t understand why this podcast is treating it in the way it is. No mention yet of Olaf Stapleton’s books which were an important influence on the Space trilogy or of CSL’s lifelong lov... more
I agree with the podcast’s analysis on how C.S Lewis’s beliefs effected the story. I agree because after C.S Lewis’s beliefs were made clear I could better see why and how the aliens culture and beliefs came about as well as Ransoms.
I am a 72 yo chagrined possessor of so many failures and faults, …. So undeserving of God’s consideration. But that doesn’t stop Him and doesn’t interfere w His provision. Thank you for wonderful interview. Delighted to see many more podcasts waiting. As well as web site! Very many thanks. Mary Ann
I just found this podcast after a random salesperson mentions C. S. Lewis to me. “When the student is ready, the teacher appears.” Thank you!
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