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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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. more
'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 w... more
'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 ... more
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
I’ve never been a podcast person, but I adore this one. Lewis is hands-down my favorite author and has been a huge part of my Christian journey, and listening to Alister, Ruth, and Justin discuss his life, books, and insights has been wonderful. It’s always a joy to encounter other Lewis fans, and I love being able to sit in on these great conversations.
Wonderful podcast and great insights from such brilliant minds
So glad to find this podcast. A wealth of information!
Just started and already find it riveting. I hope they cover the Space Trilogy!
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