America is dividing again into free states and slave states…can we heal the divide? Plus the writer/star of a new film on CS Lewis.

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  1. Wolfsheim Member
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    Another superb podcast, covering a range of important topics, including a most reasonable (and “theologically literate”) discussion of ghosts. I particularly enjoyed the interview with Max McLean and his work cinematic treatment of C.S. Lewis.

    Back in 1969, the Bible scholar, Anglican clergyman and  translator, J.B. Phillips, published The Ring of Truth which begins with a description of an encounter with C.S. Lewis–several days after the latter’s death. The book is defense of the Bible’s reliability; it is not about ghosts. Phillips’ account is brief, calm, and matter-of-fact. 

     

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  2. Taras Coolidge
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    Wolfsheim (View Comment):

    Another superb podcast, covering a range of important topics, including a most reasonable (and “theologically literate”) discussion of ghosts. I particularly enjoyed the interview with Max McLean and his work cinematic treatment of C.S. Lewis.

    Back in 1969, the Bible scholar, Anglican clergyman and translator, J.B. Phillips, published The Ring of Truth which begins with a description of an encounter with C.S. Lewis–several days after the latter’s death. The book is defense of the Bible’s reliability; it is not about ghosts. Phillips’ account is brief, calm, and matter-of-fact.

    C.S. Lewis was an unquiet spirit, condemned to walk the Earth?

    Maybe God disliked the “Space Trilogy”!

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  3. Wolfsheim Member
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    Taras (View Comment):

    Wolfsheim (View Comment):

    Another superb podcast, covering a range of important topics, including a most reasonable (and “theologically literate”) discussion of ghosts. I particularly enjoyed the interview with Max McLean and his work cinematic treatment of C.S. Lewis.

    Back in 1969, the Bible scholar, Anglican clergyman and translator, J.B. Phillips, published The Ring of Truth which begins with a description of an encounter with C.S. Lewis–several days after the latter’s death. The book is defense of the Bible’s reliability; it is not about ghosts. Phillips’ account is brief, calm, and matter-of-fact.

    C.S. Lewis was an unquiet spirit, condemned to walk the Earth?

    Maybe God disliked the “Space Trilogy”!

    Well then, I’ll be an even unquieter spirit, as, a humble reader, I very much enjoyed the trilogy, albeit five or six decades ago.

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  4. Taras Coolidge
    Taras
    @Taras

    Wolfsheim (View Comment):

    Taras (View Comment):

    Wolfsheim (View Comment):

    Another superb podcast, covering a range of important topics, including a most reasonable (and “theologically literate”) discussion of ghosts. I particularly enjoyed the interview with Max McLean and his work cinematic treatment of C.S. Lewis.

    Back in 1969, the Bible scholar, Anglican clergyman and translator, J.B. Phillips, published The Ring of Truth which begins with a description of an encounter with C.S. Lewis–several days after the latter’s death. The book is defense of the Bible’s reliability; it is not about ghosts. Phillips’ account is brief, calm, and matter-of-fact.

    C.S. Lewis was an unquiet spirit, condemned to walk the Earth?

    Maybe God disliked the “Space Trilogy”!

    Well then, I’ll be an even unquieter spirit, as, a humble reader, I very much enjoyed the trilogy, albeit five or six decades ago.

    In the late 19th century, a distinguished British jurist in India provided one of the “clinching” cases of a ghost appearing shortly after a person’s death.  His law clerk had to come to him in his rooms, the judge said, to discuss a particular case, when the clerk had died earlier that day.

    Memories have no timestamp.

    An eagle-eyed skeptic discovered that the particular case had actually been resolved months before the clerk’s death. The judge had simply misremembered when his law clerk had come to his rooms.

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