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Narnia from A to Z

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Narnia from A to Z

Narnia from A to Z

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This is Home

Take a behind the scenes look at “This is Home,” one of the songs from the Prince Caspian soundtrack, from a musician and the dad who used to read him The Chronicles of Narnia. Guests: Mark Foreman, author of Wholly Jesus Jon Foreman, musician, Switchfoot Musical Snippets Include: Switchfoot - “Chem 6a” Jon Foreman - “Revenge” Switchfoot - “This is Home”

--2008 DEC 12
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This is Home

Z is for Zoo

We think of the nature as a “resource.” Hear why C.S. Lewis would probably have chosen a different word to describe the natural world. Hear how his view of nature – influenced by his study of the Middle Ages – led him to some views of animals that ran counter to the opinions of his day. Think about why animals are represented so well in media and literature made for children. Guests: Michael Muth, Associate Professor of Philosophy, Wesleyan College Robert Velarde, author of Conversations with C.S. Lewis Paulo Ribiero, Professor of Electrical Engineering at Calvin College Louis Markos, author of From Achilles to Christ: Why Christians Should Read the Pagan Classics Jerry Walls, editor of C.S. Lewis as Philosopher

--2008 DEC 12
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Z is for Zoo

Y is for Yggrasil

How did trees become such important characters in the fiction of C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien? Guests: Louis Markos, author of From Achilles to Christ: Why Christians Should Read the Pagan Classics Peter Schakel, author of Is Your Lord Large Enough: How C.S. Lewis Expands Our View of God Robert Velarde, author of Conversations with C.S. Lewis Kurt Bruner, co – author of Finding God in the Land of Narnia Jim Ware, co - author of Finding God in the Land of Narnia Colin Duriez, author of A Field Guide to Narnia David Downing, author of Into the Wardrobe Marjorie Lamp Mead, co – author of A Reader’s Guide to Caspian; Associate Director of the Marion E. Wade Center at Wheaton College Paulo Ribiero, Professor of Electrical Engineering at Calvin College Paul Ford, author of Companion to Narnia

--2008 DEC 12
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Y is for Yggrasil

X is for Caspian X

Does the movie that opens today effectively capture C.S. Lewis’s novel Prince Caspian? Guests: Peter Schakel, author of The Way Into Narnia Colin Duriez, author of A Field Guide to Narnia Rilian, host of NarniaWeb Podcast Gymfan, contributor to Narniaweb.com Claire Rossel, writer for Narniafans.com Phil Vischer, author of Me, Myself and Bob. Screenwriter and co-producer of The Pirates Who Don’t Do Anything

--2008 DEC 12
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X is for Caspian X

W is for Wood Between the Worlds

The image that best captures the travel between universes described in The Chronicles of Narnia. Guests: Steven Yandell, assistant professor of English at Xavier University

--2008 DEC 12
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W is for Wood Between the Worlds

V is for Valley of a Thousand Perfumes

One of the main characters from the first book in the Chronicles is absent from the last book. Does this character’s drift away from the world of Narnia betray some kind of prejudice Lewis had against women, or is there a different point? Guests: Robert Velarde, author of A Conversation with C.S. Lewis Marjorie Lamp Mead, co–author of A Reader’s Guide to Caspian; Associate Director of the Marion E. Wade Center at Wheaton College Gymfan, creator of Spareoom.net

--2008 DEC 12
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V is for Valley of a Thousand Perfumes

U is for Universalism

Are the world’s religions just different paths to the same God? Would a loving God send people to Hell? What did C.S. Lewis believe about these things? Guests: Kurt Bruner, co-author of Finding God in the Land of Narnia Robert Velarde, author of A Conversation with C.S. Lewis Paul Ford, author of Companion to Narnia Jim Ware, co-author of Finding God in the Land of Narnia David Downing, author of Into the Wardrobe Bob Lepine, author of The Christian Husband, host of the podcast Ear Reverent

--2008 DEC 12
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U is for Universalism

T is for Turkish Delight

If some movie studios had gotten their way, we would have seen Edmund being tempted by a cheeseburger in The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. In the book by C.S. Lewis (and the version of the movie that was eventually made) Edmund is tempted by a candy that has intrigued generations of American readers. Guests: Paul Ford, author of Companion to Narnia Beatrice Gormley, author of C.S. Lewis: The Man Behind Narnia Peter Schakel, author of Is Your Lord Large Enough: How C.S. Lewis Expands Our View of God Bob Beltz, Walden Media Musical Snippets Include: The David Crowder Band - “Turkish Delight” The Second Chapter of Acts - “Turkish Delight”

--2008 DEC 12
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T is for Turkish Delight

S is for Shadowlands

How do you imagine Heaven? C.S. Lewis invites you to expect more from eternity than floating on a cloud, strumming a harp. Guests: Phil Vischer, author of Me, Myself and Bob; Screenwriter and co-producer of The Pirates Who Don’t Do Anything Jerry Walls, editor of C.S. Lewis as Philosopher Paul Ford, author of Companion to Narnia Kurt Bruner, co – author of Finding God in the Land of Narnia Marjorie Lamp Mead, co – author of A Reader’s Guide to Caspian; Associate Director of the Marion E. Wade Center at Wheaton College Musical Snippets Include: Jacob’s Trouble – “Further Up and Further In” The Vigilantees of Love – “Shadowlands”

--2008 DEC 12
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S is for Shadowlands

R is for Reepicheep

The most courageous of C.S. Lewis’s talking animals is also one of the smallest. Consider why this contrast works so well, as we look at one of the most beloved characters in The Chronicles of Narnia. Guests: Marjorie Lamp Mead, co – author of A Reader’s Guide to Caspian; Associate Director of the Marion E. Wade Center at Wheaton College Phil Vischer, author of Me, Myself and Bob. Screenwriter and co-producer of The Pirates Who Don’t Do Anything Rilian, host of NarniaWeb Podcast

--2008 DEC 12
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R is for Reepicheep

Latest Episodes

This is Home

Take a behind the scenes look at “This is Home,” one of the songs from the Prince Caspian soundtrack, from a musician and the dad who used to read him The Chronicles of Narnia. Guests: Mark Foreman, author of Wholly Jesus Jon Foreman, musician, Switchfoot Musical Snippets Include: Switchfoot - “Chem 6a” Jon Foreman - “Revenge” Switchfoot - “This is Home”

--2008 DEC 12
Comments
This is Home

Z is for Zoo

We think of the nature as a “resource.” Hear why C.S. Lewis would probably have chosen a different word to describe the natural world. Hear how his view of nature – influenced by his study of the Middle Ages – led him to some views of animals that ran counter to the opinions of his day. Think about why animals are represented so well in media and literature made for children. Guests: Michael Muth, Associate Professor of Philosophy, Wesleyan College Robert Velarde, author of Conversations with C.S. Lewis Paulo Ribiero, Professor of Electrical Engineering at Calvin College Louis Markos, author of From Achilles to Christ: Why Christians Should Read the Pagan Classics Jerry Walls, editor of C.S. Lewis as Philosopher

--2008 DEC 12
Comments
Z is for Zoo

Y is for Yggrasil

How did trees become such important characters in the fiction of C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien? Guests: Louis Markos, author of From Achilles to Christ: Why Christians Should Read the Pagan Classics Peter Schakel, author of Is Your Lord Large Enough: How C.S. Lewis Expands Our View of God Robert Velarde, author of Conversations with C.S. Lewis Kurt Bruner, co – author of Finding God in the Land of Narnia Jim Ware, co - author of Finding God in the Land of Narnia Colin Duriez, author of A Field Guide to Narnia David Downing, author of Into the Wardrobe Marjorie Lamp Mead, co – author of A Reader’s Guide to Caspian; Associate Director of the Marion E. Wade Center at Wheaton College Paulo Ribiero, Professor of Electrical Engineering at Calvin College Paul Ford, author of Companion to Narnia

--2008 DEC 12
Comments
Y is for Yggrasil

X is for Caspian X

Does the movie that opens today effectively capture C.S. Lewis’s novel Prince Caspian? Guests: Peter Schakel, author of The Way Into Narnia Colin Duriez, author of A Field Guide to Narnia Rilian, host of NarniaWeb Podcast Gymfan, contributor to Narniaweb.com Claire Rossel, writer for Narniafans.com Phil Vischer, author of Me, Myself and Bob. Screenwriter and co-producer of The Pirates Who Don’t Do Anything

--2008 DEC 12
Comments
X is for Caspian X

W is for Wood Between the Worlds

The image that best captures the travel between universes described in The Chronicles of Narnia. Guests: Steven Yandell, assistant professor of English at Xavier University

--2008 DEC 12
Comments
W is for Wood Between the Worlds

V is for Valley of a Thousand Perfumes

One of the main characters from the first book in the Chronicles is absent from the last book. Does this character’s drift away from the world of Narnia betray some kind of prejudice Lewis had against women, or is there a different point? Guests: Robert Velarde, author of A Conversation with C.S. Lewis Marjorie Lamp Mead, co–author of A Reader’s Guide to Caspian; Associate Director of the Marion E. Wade Center at Wheaton College Gymfan, creator of Spareoom.net

--2008 DEC 12
Comments
V is for Valley of a Thousand Perfumes

U is for Universalism

Are the world’s religions just different paths to the same God? Would a loving God send people to Hell? What did C.S. Lewis believe about these things? Guests: Kurt Bruner, co-author of Finding God in the Land of Narnia Robert Velarde, author of A Conversation with C.S. Lewis Paul Ford, author of Companion to Narnia Jim Ware, co-author of Finding God in the Land of Narnia David Downing, author of Into the Wardrobe Bob Lepine, author of The Christian Husband, host of the podcast Ear Reverent

--2008 DEC 12
Comments
U is for Universalism

T is for Turkish Delight

If some movie studios had gotten their way, we would have seen Edmund being tempted by a cheeseburger in The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. In the book by C.S. Lewis (and the version of the movie that was eventually made) Edmund is tempted by a candy that has intrigued generations of American readers. Guests: Paul Ford, author of Companion to Narnia Beatrice Gormley, author of C.S. Lewis: The Man Behind Narnia Peter Schakel, author of Is Your Lord Large Enough: How C.S. Lewis Expands Our View of God Bob Beltz, Walden Media Musical Snippets Include: The David Crowder Band - “Turkish Delight” The Second Chapter of Acts - “Turkish Delight”

--2008 DEC 12
Comments
T is for Turkish Delight

S is for Shadowlands

How do you imagine Heaven? C.S. Lewis invites you to expect more from eternity than floating on a cloud, strumming a harp. Guests: Phil Vischer, author of Me, Myself and Bob; Screenwriter and co-producer of The Pirates Who Don’t Do Anything Jerry Walls, editor of C.S. Lewis as Philosopher Paul Ford, author of Companion to Narnia Kurt Bruner, co – author of Finding God in the Land of Narnia Marjorie Lamp Mead, co – author of A Reader’s Guide to Caspian; Associate Director of the Marion E. Wade Center at Wheaton College Musical Snippets Include: Jacob’s Trouble – “Further Up and Further In” The Vigilantees of Love – “Shadowlands”

--2008 DEC 12
Comments
S is for Shadowlands

R is for Reepicheep

The most courageous of C.S. Lewis’s talking animals is also one of the smallest. Consider why this contrast works so well, as we look at one of the most beloved characters in The Chronicles of Narnia. Guests: Marjorie Lamp Mead, co – author of A Reader’s Guide to Caspian; Associate Director of the Marion E. Wade Center at Wheaton College Phil Vischer, author of Me, Myself and Bob. Screenwriter and co-producer of The Pirates Who Don’t Do Anything Rilian, host of NarniaWeb Podcast

--2008 DEC 12
Comments
R is for Reepicheep
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