C. S. Lewis: Letters to Malcolm Chiefly On Prayer Podcast: Live At Earl Palmer Ministries

Host Dick Staub with Reverend Earl Palmer in a lively discussion about the last published work of C.S. Lewis. This show originates from the Burke Museum Cafe on the campus of the University of Washington. Podcast: Play in new window | Download (60.6MB)

C.S. Lewis on "Unfrantic Spirituality." Live At C.S. Lewis Centre Part 2 of 3

Welcome to "The Kindlings Muse @ The CS Lewis Centre." In this segment we discuss Lewis' unfrantic spirituality with Kim Gilnett of Seattle Pacific University (SPU) and a leading light in the C.S. Lewis world. Kim led the restoration project at The Kilns, C.S. Lewis home in Oxford. Here's the quote voiced by British actor Anton Rodgers: "The English style of spirituality […]

C.S. Lewis on "Unfrantic Spirituality" Live At The C.S .Lewis Centre: 1 of 3

Welcome to "The Kindlings Muse @ The CS Lewis Centre." In this segment we discuss Lewis' unfrantic spirituality with Kim Gilnett of Seattle Pacific University (SPU) and a leading light in the C.S. Lewis world. Kim led the restoration project at The Kilns, C.S. Lewis home in Oxford. Here's the quote voiced by British actor Anton […]

Douglas Gresham talks C.S. Lewis, Chronicles of Narnia & More with Dick Staub.

In August 2007 Dick Staub interviewed C.S. Lewis' stepson Douglas Gresham aboard Sea Cloud II as it sailed on the Irish Sea. This First Century Voyages trip also included presentations from Lewis' Scholar Dr. Jerry Root from Wheaton College. Listen as Dick and Mr. Gresham discuss growing up  with "Jack" Lewis as a step-father – […]

C.S. Lewis on the Meaning of Love Podcast: Live At Earl Palmer Ministries

Host Dick Staub with Reverend Earl Palmer in a discussion about C.S. Lewis views on the meaning of love drawn from his classic "The Four Loves." Earl also references Benedict XVI piece, "Deus Caritas Est."   Podcast: Play in new window | Download (75.2MB)

The Great Divorce Podcast: Live At Taproot Theatre Segment 1 of 1

Host Dick Staub is joined by a live audience at Taproot theatre in Seattle's Greenwood district who had just seen the theatrical production of C.S' Lewis' The Great Divorce (adapted by George Drance). This work of fantasy portrays Christian perceptions of the life after death allegorically and follows one individual's journey from hell/purgatory ("the grey […]

Unmistakably Real: The Touchstone of Reality in Two Whimsical Books of C. S. Lewis Books to read: The Silver Chair and The Screwtape Letters Podcast: Live At Earl Palmer Ministries 1 of 1

Welcome to The Kindlings Muse @ Earl Palmer Ministries. This event is taped for podcast in front of a live audience at the Burke Museum Cafe on the campus of the university of Washington. Each month we feature the Reverend Earl Palmer selecting and then discussing a book thinking Christians ought to read. In this […]

Dr. Michael Ward author of Planet Narnia Podcast: Live at CS Lewis Center Segment 1 of 1

This show hosted by Dick Staub originated from the campus of Seattle Pacific University and features Dr. Michael Ward whose new book Planet Narnia: The Seven Heavens in the Imagination of C. S. Lewis reveals a provocative clue to understanding the structure and meaning of the Narnia series. In the second segment we are joined by […]

The Stories of the Marvelous: The Imagination as a Servant of Grace: An Experiment in Criticism by CS Lewis and The Shack by William Young. Podcast: Live At Earl Palmer Ministries 1 of 1

Welcome to the premiere of The Kindlings Muse @ Earl Palmer Ministries. This event is taped for podcast in front of a live audience at the Burke Museum Cafe on the campus of the university of Washington. Each Month we will feature the Reverend Earl Palmer selecting and then discussing a book every thinking Christian […]

George Sayer, "Jack, A Life of CS Lewis" Podcast: Journeys Interview Segment 1 of 1

A reprise of Dick Staub's interview with George Sayer who tells the story of his first meeting with CS Lewis followed by a report to JRR Tolkien. "I walked away from New Buildings and found the man that Lewis had called Tollers sitting on one of the stone steps in front of the arcade. "How […]