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The Nerd Party - Master Feed
Episode 96 - The Last Battle

The Nerd Party - Master Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 59:23


We are finally here, at the ending of Narnia. This week we cover The Last Battle, as the last king of Narnia along with Jill and Eustace try, and fail, to save the world. This book is heartbreaking because of all of the lies and deceit, but we do get a reunion with almost all of our main characters from the last six books. Asia has a lot to say about the ending and the overall message of the book, while Charles is much less critical. The whole world ends with a big judgment day, so there are Christian metaphors abound. It's a dramatic and shocking ending to the series. Next week we will be reading a new book in one week, Looking for Alaska. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/throwback-paperback/support

DREAM. THINK. DO.
365: Masters of Make-Up Effects - A fascinating convo with Howard Berger and Marshall Julius

DREAM. THINK. DO.

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 56:50


Howard Berger and Marshal Julius are with us!  You probably remember Howard from episodes 74 and 284. He's the co-founder of the KNB EFX Group AND he's an academy award and emmy award winning special effects artist.  It's hard to do this guy justice… because he's been involved with over 800 feature films and television shows. He's worked with some of the biggest names in show business. He and his business partner Greg Nicotero are responsible for allllll of the zombies in the Walking Dead. He's done All of Quentin Tarantino's movies.  He's Mark Wahlberg's go-to guy for special effects.  He and his team did the Chronicles of Narnia… for which they won the Academy Award for Best Make Up. He got another academy nomination for his work on HITCHCOCK.  And just about every horror movie that's scared the crap out of you over the past 20 to 30 years… there's a VERY good chance Howard had something to do with it.  And just try to wrap your mind around this… for ONE tv show… The Orville… they have created over 1000 designs…  that's just ONE show!!! Now… let's talk about Marshall Julius.  I'd classify him as a modern day renaissance man!  He's an author… he's an artist.  By the way… his art has been purchased and shared around the world. He kills it on the Twitters and most importantly… he's made an impressive career and business out of being a professional fan and self-proclaimed nerd.  Now THAT's the best… when you can make a career out of something you love! Okay… so we're talking today… because these two long-time friends have teamed up to write one of the most anticipated and fascinating books written for film fans and geeks… called, Masters of Make-Up Effects: A Century of Practical Magic.  It's already a #1 new release and it doesn't come out until next month!!! We're going to be talking about the book… and some of the great stories that they remembered and uncovered as they wrote it.  I can't wait for this… so let's get to it! MORE ABOUT HOWARD BERGER AND MARSHALL JULIUS: Their new book: Masters of Make-Up Effects: A Century of Practical Magic Click here to find it on Amazon!   Want to be blown away? Visit Howard's IMDB Page: Click here Be sure to follow Howard on Insta: hoops511  Find out more about Howard's Company: KNBE ​​www.knbefx.com/howard-berger  Find Marshall on Twitter: twitter.com/MarshallJulius   Find Marshall on the Instas: instagram.com/vintagegeekcentral  Find Marshall's other books on Amazon: Click here RELATED DREAM THINK DO EPISODES: “Don't Blow Up the House - And other great stories about Zombies, Aliens and Following Your Dreams!” My FIRST interview with Howard Berger: www.mitchmatthews.com/074 “Starting Small, Dreaming Big and Making Movie Magic!” My SECOND interview with Howard Berger: www.mitchmatthews.com/184  Starting your OWN PODCAST: 5 Keys to Make it Work!: www.mitchmatthews.com/350  WE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU! How about YOU!?  What stood out to you from this conversation with Howard and Marshall?   More importantly… what's something that stuck with you? What's one of YOUR favorite movies?  What's a movie set YOU would have loved to be on when they were making it? Also… what's a goal YOU want to pursue?  What if you went after it with a friend like Howard and Marshall did?   Lastly… what questions do YOU still have?  Comment and let me know! Let's keep this convo going! And PLEASE share this special episode with someone who YOU think would appreciate it and/or might be needing it… right now!  They'll thank you! Know I'm rooting for you! Mitch Quick Recap: 0:02 What to expect from episode 365 2:27 Get to know our TWO amazing guest 5:00 A little back story behind Howard Berger and Marshal Julius' project 13:25 Howard's favorite story from the journey 26:00 The thankless profession of journalism 28:35 The importance of having fun along the way 34:44 How to work better with a team 40:40 What movie Howard and Marshall wish they were apart of 49:37 The hardest part of starting something new 51:54 Mitch's minute! What do you think?

Fan Fatales
Episode 58: Into Narnia with Niyota!

Fan Fatales

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 42:26


Emma and her guest, Niyota, talk about how they first got into the Chronicles of Narnia series as well as talking about their hopes and dreams for the Netflix Narnia series.Episode Links:Audible TrialNiyota's InstagramNiyota's TikTokPodcast SocialsInstagramTwitterWhere to ListenSpotifyGoogle PodcastsApple PodcastsOur WebsiteOur Personal SocialsGaby's InstagramEmma's InstagramGaby's TwitterEmma's TwitterGaby's TikTokEmma's TikTok

Pints with Jack
S5E60 – “C.S. Lewis, Poet” – After Hours with Dr. Don W. King

Pints with Jack

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022


Continuing with "Poetry Month", Dr. Don W. King joins David to introduce Lewis' poetic corpus.

Wilderness Wanderings
God is on the Move

Wilderness Wanderings

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 6:10


"May God arise, may his enemies be scattered; may his foes flee before him... Summon your power, God; show us your strength, our God, as you have done before" (Psalm 68:1,28). In the Narnia Chronicles, C.S. Lewis uses the phrase, "Aslan is on the move". It instills hope in those who still believe in him. It is a tonic whispered among those outnumbered few who fight against those determined to crush the goodness out of Narnia. I think Lewis may have been riffing on Psalm 68 which can be summed up with the phrase, "God is on the move." The entire biblical story could also be summed up with this phrase. He speaks creation into existence. He walks in the Garden with Adam and Eve. He puts all of life into an ark and sends the floods in judgment. He calls Abraham by name and rains plagues in Egypt. At His command the Red Sea splits and Sinai thunders with the majesty of His presence. He leads His armies in battle and shatters His enemies. He gives His people a land and carts them away from it in chains when they persist in crushing all goodness. In centuries past, theologians sought to tame God into logical constructs. It was believed that we could predict how God would behave. Some thought that God could be known in such a way that he would no longer surprise us. But now in our chaotic age we are less sure of ourselves. Our universe is dynamic: light is both particle and wave and the nature and movement of subatomic particles is not fully understood. In such a cosmos, the exploding energy of the God of the Bible is more acceptable. Moreover, despite the revelation of the church's deep sinfulness, God continues to uphold and even renew his church. In this, we see the dynamic power of the Holy Spirit made visible, and God looks more and more like the living God of Psalm 68. Like Aslan, He may not be safe, but he is good, and he is on the move. In our psalm, God is remembered for guiding Israel through the wilderness and defeating opposing kings. He shakes Sinai and has an army of chariots who do His bidding. He also speaks oracles, wounds His enemies, and orders a procession into His temple. He "rides on the heaven of heavens” (33) and is "more awesome than His holy places (35)." It's a psalm that portrays God on the move, conquering his enemies and delivering His people. It's a source of encouragement for all of us who get weary in the battle of the Christian life. The battle belongs to the Lord. It anticipates Easter. It's a riotous collage of images depicting God crushing all evil and lifting all that is good. But it is also a prayer; a powerful plea that God will arise. That He will do what He has done in the past. It's a prayer taking us back to creation and to the empty tomb, as it also anticipates Christ's final victory as depicted in Revelation 19:10-14, “I saw heaven standing open and there before me was a white horse, whose rider is called Faithful and True. With justice he judges and wages war. His eyes are like blazing fire, and on his head are many crowns. He has a name written on him that no one knows but he himself. He is dressed in a robe dipped in blood, and his name is the Word of God. The armies of heaven were following him, riding on white horses and dressed in fine linen, white and clean.” No matter what struggles you may encounter, remember, God is on the move. This psalm offers us a way to pray with hope amid the evil chaos of this world. We don't pray to a small god easily understood, but to a strong God, who will and can do the unexpected. We pray to the one who will make all things new.

Tis the Podcast
Always Winter, Never Christmas. (The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe)

Tis the Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 109:53


Happy Monday, Christmas Fanatics!  Kick off your week the right way and journey with Julia, Thom, Anthony, and first time guest, the incredible Natalie Bickel - author of "The Christmas Clue" - to the magical land beyond the Wardrobe to discuss the 2005 adaptation of C.S. Lewis' classic, "The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe"!  While in the story the White Witch may have cursed Narnia to experience an eternal winter where it's never Christmas, the four hosts bring plenty of holiday cheer to this episode as they gush over this classic tale that all four of them are in love with. Filled with plenty of background information on the author, plenty of behind-the-scenes trivia regarding the movie, and quotes galore, this is a laugh-out-loud festive time you want to be sure not to miss- especially since they also discuss recent pop-culture news, including David Krumholtz's long awaited return to the North Pole as Santa's head elf, Bernard, in the upcoming Disney + series, "The Santa Clauses"!  So blast that air conditioning to simulate those fast approaching Ber Months, relax with your favorite drink, and enjoy! As always, thanks for your love and support, y'all!

Church Life Today
The Atmosphere of Narnia, with Michael Ward

Church Life Today

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 31:01


Fr. Michael Ward is a member of the Faculty of Theology and Religion at the University of Oxford. He is the author or editor of several books, including Heresies and How to Avoid Them, The Cambridge Companion to C. S. Lewis, and After Humanity: A Guide to C. S. Lewis' ‘Abolition of Man'. But it was another one of his books that Walter Hooper, the esteemed literary advisor to the Estate of C. S. Lewis, lauded as “unsurpassed in showing a comprehensive knowledge of and depth of insight into C. S. Lewis' works.” That book is the groundbreaking and persuasive Planet Narnia: The Seven Heavens in the Imagination of C. S. Lewis. Fr. Ward brought his world-class expertise on the works of C. S. Lewis to a new volume recently released from Ignatius Press, for which I myself happened to serve as editor. This book is The Chronicles of Transformation: A Spiritual Journey with C. S. Lewis. In the book we take Narnia seriously as a place where the choices and actions, the desires and dispositions of children affect their own destinies and the fate of the world. It is a place where children learn what it means to grow in maturity, to become responsible and develop character. But it is also a place where adults can always start over in relearning what is all too quickly forgotten, for the sake of their own moral and spiritual transformation. For his part, Fr. Ward authored the chapter on Lewis's Prince Caspian. In his chapter, Fr. Ward helps us to get acquainted with and be delighted by what it feels like to live inside a chivalric tradition. We first recorded this episode a few years ago when Fr. Ward visited Notre Dame to give a lecture on Prince Caspian. Our conversation moves broadly across and deeply into the imagination of C. S. Lewis. As for me, I'm Leonard DeLorenzo, this is Church Life Today, a production of the McGrath Institute for Church Life. I'm glad you're here.

Mates Talking About Stuff
Some Airports Really Are Like Getting Lost In Narnia

Mates Talking About Stuff

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 20:30


Kia Ora and Halò, we've gone fully international today! Nikki Britton has made it to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival while Mr Breen is filming in New Zealand... but they didn't get there without hiccups. Like the fact that an international airport is basically like getting lost in Narnia, Harley having to declare his special shampoo, and both of their bags getting searched due to having suspicious looking microphones! We also reminisce about Edinburgh Festivals of the past, where Harley got shoulder charged by a Scottish kid and Nikki had a fire alarm scare!  LINKS Harley Breen @harley.breen Nikki Britton @thenikkibritton Nova Podcasts Instagram @novapodcastsofficial For tickets to Nikki's upcoming shows head to https://comedy.com.au/tour/nikki-britton-2022/  For tickets to Harley's upcoming shows head to harleybreen.com.au  CREDITSHosts: Harley Breen & Nikki Britton  Executive Producer: Rachael Hart Managing Producer: Elle Beattie  Editor: Adrian Walton Find more great podcasts like this at novapodcasts.com.au Nova Entertainment acknowledges the traditional custodians of the land on which we recorded this podcast, the Gadigal People of the Eora Nation.We pay our respect to Elders past and present. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Nerd Party - Master Feed
Episode 95 - The Silver Chair

The Nerd Party - Master Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 54:24


We're beginning the end of the Chronicles of Narnia as we cover book 6, The Silver Chair. This book might be Charles' favorite while it definitely does not impress Asia. Eustace is back, with a new companion, Jill, as they quest for Caspian's long lost son. They travel out of Narnia, and it turns out they're both frequently stupid. We all know how Asia responds to stupid characters. Luckily, they are able to find and rescue the prince, and surprisingly enough they do it without Aslan swooping in to save the day. We can definitely feel the ending of the series coming. Next week we will be reading a new book in one week, The Last Battle, book 7 of The Chronicles of Narnia. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/throwback-paperback/support

DESTINY CHURCH TEES VALLEY
At The Movies 2 - Finding God In Narnia || Pastor Jonathan Harris

DESTINY CHURCH TEES VALLEY

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 43:16


Welcome to Destiny Church. Today's message is the 2nd in the series At the Movies. Pastor Jonathan Harris has titled the message - Finding God In Narnia. Check our Youtube Channel for the rest of the Series - Destiny Church Tees Valley. Join us every  Sunday at 11am GMT╼╼╼╼╼╼╼╼╼╼╼╼╼╼╼╼╼╼╼╼╼╼╼╼╼╼╼╼╼╼╼╼╼╼╼╼Links:https://bit.ly/myonlinechurch  -  ONLINE SERVICEhttp://bit.ly/destinyonlinewebsite  -  OUR WEBSITEhttp://bit.ly/destinychurchonline  -  OUR CHANNELhttp://bit.ly/DestinyteesConnect -  CONNECT INFOhttp://bit.ly/DestinyGive  -  GIVING/OFFERING╼╼╼╼╼╼╼╼╼╼╼╼╼╼╼╼╼╼╼╼╼╼╼╼╼╼╼╼╼╼╼╼╼╼╼╼Tags:Destiny Church, Online Church╼╼╼╼╼╼╼╼╼╼╼╼╼╼╼╼╼╼╼╼╼╼╼╼╼╼╼╼╼╼╼╼╼╼╼╼COPYRIGHT INFO:Creative Commons Attribution license (reuse allowed) means you can use this for your ministries (auto-generated by YouTube)#500554 SongSelect#721955Support the show

View from the Pew
Chronicles of Spirituality: Episode 66

View from the Pew

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 28:08


On this week's episode find out who is more spontaneous, Deacon Scott or Brenda. Plus, author Leonard DeLorenzo shares the adult spirituality found in the Chronicles of Narnia. You can find a copy of Leonard's book at https://ignatius.com/chronicles-of-transformation-cotp/ (Ignatius Press). https://view-from-the-pew.captivate.fm/listen (Subscribe to View from the Pew) on your favorite podcast platform. Find this show on the free https://materdeiradio.com/hail-mary-media-app/ (Hail Mary Media App), along with a radio live-stream, prayers, news, and more. Look through https://materdeiradio.com/category/view-from-the-pew/ (past episodes) or https://forms.ministryforms.net/viewForm.aspx?formId=f861df13-50f6-4182-8712-b794ec287dfb (support this podcast). View from the Pew is a production of https://materdeiradio.com/ (Mater Dei Radio) in Portland, Oregon.

LAS VOCES DEL LIBRO
Colombia. Un viaje fotográfico: las colecciones de Stübel y Reiss (siglo XIX)

LAS VOCES DEL LIBRO

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 59:36


En esta nueva emisión de #LasVocesDelLibroUR estuvimos hablando con Sven Schuster y Jessica A. Neva Oviedo, historiadores y autores del libro: “Colombia. Un viaje fotográfico. Las colecciones de Stübel y Reiss (siglo XIX)”. Un texto que presenta las colecciones fotográficas, provenientes de Colombia, de los alemanes y vulcanólogos Alphons Stübel y Wilhelm Reiss. Para nuestra sección de recomendados, sobre literatura y territorios fantásticos, contamos con la participación de Sara Parra, estudiante de Licenciatura en Ciencias Sociales de la Universidad del Rosario, quien, en compañía de nuestros panelistas, hablaron de los libros: “Veinte mil leguas de viaje submarino” de Julio Verne; “Las Crónicas de Narnia” de C. S. Lewis; la trilogía “Las memorias del Águila y el Jaguar” de Isabel Allende; y “Bestiario” de Julio Cortázar. Conduce: Alexander González.Panelistas: María Camila Núñez y Laura Ballesteros Chitiva.Produce: Diego A Garzon-Forero, Juan Carlos Ruíz Hurtado y Laura Ballesteros Chitiva.Editorial Universidad del Rosario.

Credo Podcast
Why the Medieval Mind of C.S. Lewis Can Save Us From Modernity: Matthew Barrett and Jason Baxter

Credo Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022


C.S. Lewis has become a household name in contemporary culture. While many appreciate Lewis for The Chronicles of Narnia or Mere Christianity, most don’t realize the reason these works are so magnetic. C.S. Lewis was a medieval man with a medieval mind who spent his entire life teaching students the medieval world. Throughout his life, Lewis… Download Audio

Pints with Jack
S5E59 – “The Poetic Spirit” – After Hours with Rev. Dr. Malcolm Guite

Pints with Jack

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022


This month we begin "Poetry Month" with popular poet and Inkling scholar, Rev. Dr. Malcolm Guite!

Church Life Today
Arriving at Narnia, with David Fagerberg

Church Life Today

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 30:25


C. S. Lewis published the first of the Chronicles of Narnia in 1950, followed by six others. Over the decades since, parents have read these books to their children as bedtime stories, and children have read them for themselves when they got a little older. That is a very profitable way to explore Narnia. But can grown-ups return to Narnia, finding meaning and wonder there for themselves? To this I say, emphatically: YES. That emphatic YES motivates a new book we just released with Ignatius Press called The Chronicles of Transformation: A Spiritual Journey with C. S. Lewis. I am actually the editor of the volume, in which we challenge adult readers to contemplate Lewis' chronicles as profound, meaningful, and delightful immersions into a pilgrimage toward moral and spiritual growth. In the volume you will find one essay for each of the seven chronicles, with each one written by a different scholar of theology, literature, and the arts. There are also seven original illustrations in the volume––again, one for each chronicle––that present stunning glimpses into the narratives through rich symbolism. These illustrations are accompanied by a sevenfold poem cycle, completely new and original to this book, that draws us toward wondering at the majestic Lion Aslan whom we come to know for a little while in the vast land of Narnia. And before all of that, there is an introductory chapter on “Arriving at Narnia” which helps us prepare to re-engage these chronicles and the journey they beckon us toward, while also teaching us about what Lewis set out to do with his chronicles. The author of that introductory chapter is the guest on today's episode, which was originally recorded a few years ago for a lecture series we hosted that first explored this whole topic. David Fagerberg is professor of theology at the University of Notre Dame. For years and years, he has taught a hugely popular course on the theme of deification in the literature of C. S. Lewis, in addition another courses on G. K. Chesterton and a whole host of courses in his field of specialization, which is liturgical theology. Among his book publications are On Liturgical Theology, Liturgical Mysticism, and Liturgical Dogmatics.  You can find his essay on “Arriving at Narnia” at the beginning of The Chronicles of Transformation: A Spiritual Journey with C. S. Lewis, edited by Leonard DeLorenzo (that's me) and published by Ignatius Press.

The Nerd Party - Master Feed
Episode 94 - The Voyage of the Dawn Treader

The Nerd Party - Master Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 47:09


It's time for an adventure as we cover book 5, The Voyage of the Dawn Treader. This book is an undisputed fan favorite, and possibly Asia's favorite book in the series. Shocking! We meet Eustace who is a pain, and we see the return of two Pevensie children, Caspian, and the indisputable best character, Reepicheep. The gang are traveling east to find Aslan's country, and boy does Asia have something to say about that. Aslan makes frequent appearances as they move east and find more islands and trials. This book definitely feels like a highlight of the series for both co hosts. Next week we will be reading a new book in one week, The Silver Chair, book 6 of The Chronicles of Narnia. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/throwback-paperback/support

Throwback Paperback: A Young Adult Novel Podcast
Episode 94 - The Voyage of the Dawn Treader

Throwback Paperback: A Young Adult Novel Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 47:08


It's time for an adventure as we cover book 5, The Voyage of the Dawn Treader. This book is an undisputed fan favorite, and possibly Asia's favorite book in the series. Shocking! We meet Eustace who is a pain, and we see the return of two Pevensie children, Caspian, and the indisputable best character, Reepicheep. The gang are traveling east to find Aslan's country, and boy does Asia have something to say about that. Aslan makes frequent appearances as they move east and find more islands and trials. This book definitely feels like a highlight of the series for both co hosts. Next week we will be reading a new book in one week, The Silver Chair, book 6 of The Chronicles of Narnia. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/throwback-paperback/support

Luisterrijk luisterboeken
De zilveren zetel

Luisterrijk luisterboeken

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 3:00


Lees de Kronieken van Narnia, sprankelend vertaald door Imme Dros!Uitgegeven door KokBoekencentrum JeugdSpreker(s): Sander de Heer

Reading Into It
Ep.19:The Chronicles of Narnia: The Horse and His Boy

Reading Into It

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 59:47


In this episode, we take on book three in the Chronicles of Narnia: The Horse and His Boy. Parables, what makes a character recognizable, and more questions about the mysteries of Narnia are discussed, and I give my honest opinion on how this book plays a role so far in this epic tale.

My Creative Life by Nancy Miller
127 Annalise Kristensen, Motion Media Designer

My Creative Life by Nancy Miller

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 28:55


Today my guest is Annalise Kristensen, a motion media designer that I had to opportunity to meet in my MOME class at SCAD. Annalise is a delightful person to chat with. Here is a little more about her. Hello! I'm Annalise Kristensen and I'm a visual designer with a passion for motion, UX/UI and branding. When I'm not working, I'm exploring the woods of New Jersey with my dog to find the perfect spot for a secret base or the next entrance to Narnia. Right now, the next item that I want to cross off my bucket list is to buy an old bus and turn it into a tiny house and travel the States. Hopefully, I'll make it to Alaska. To see her work visit IG @nannalis3

Pints with Jack
S5E58 – “O Love How Deep” – After Hours with Diana Maryon

Pints with Jack

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022


Today's guest is someone whom David saw posting regularly on an online C.S. Lewis forum. He enjoyed her posts discovered that she had met Lewis, so he invited her onto the show for a chat, both about her life and her book, "O Love How Deep"…

Unbelievable?
Classic Replay: The Young Atheist's Handbook: Alom Shaha vs Tom Price

Unbelievable?

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 57:51


From the archives: Alom Shaha grew up in a Muslim background in London but became an atheist in his teens. Now a science teacher he has written about that journey in his book "The Young Atheist's Handbook". He chatted with Tom Price of the Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics about Love, God, Narnia, Hope and much more... • More shows from Unbelievable? https://pod.link/267142101 • More shows, free eBook & newsletter: https://premierunbelievable.com • For live events: http://www.unbelievable.live • For online learning: https://www.premierunbelievable.com/training-and-events • Support us in the USA: http://www.premierinsight.org/unbelievableshow • Support us in the rest of the world: https://www.premierunbelievable.com/donate

That Pretentious Book Club
The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe (The Chronicles of Narnia, #1)

That Pretentious Book Club

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 115:23


Welcome to Season #4 Episode #7 of That Pretentious Book Club! In this episode, the club covers listener recommendation and all-time favorite, The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe by C.S. Lewis. This first book in The Chronicles of Narnia series remains one of the most beloved  stories for children and adults alike, from magical fantasy lands to surprising allies, complex sibling relationships and more, this story offers layers and layers of meaning - as well as plenty to laugh about (at least if you're the hosts). Join the hosts as they step through the wardrobe into a book it would be a dream to live.Skippers jump to 21:05Pour yourself a cup of tea, raise a pinky, and join the club for this discussion of The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe.Find this episode's book and more by shopping at https://bookshop.org/shop/storysirensstudio to support the club AND local bookstores!Visit us at storysirensstudio.com or find us on social media @thatpretentiousbookclub.Looking for exclusive TPBC content? Support us on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/storysirensstudioCheck out sister podcast The Scripturient Society for writers!Find Space Aliens, Southerners, and Saving the World  by Ash Leigh O'Rourke on Amazon.Smells Like HumansLike spending time with funny friends talking about curious human behavior. Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify School Reading ListThe School Reading List Podcast - presented by Tom Tolkien.Listen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifySupport the show

Throwback Paperback: A Young Adult Novel Podcast

Back to the famous Chronicles this week, we are covering Prince Caspian. We're turning over a new leaf because Asia actually enjoys this book. We are finally starting to get some series connective tissue for her and more fun characters. She continues her journey of disliking a main character, and we start to see the infamous decline of Susan in the reader's view. We applaud the construction of this plot full of callbacks and laying the groundwork for future books. Of course, we do have hot takes, so it's worth listening to hear them. Next week we will be reading a new book in one week, The Voyage of the Dawn Treader, book 5 of The Chronicles of Narnia. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/throwback-paperback/support

The Nerd Party - Master Feed
Episode 93 - Prince Caspian

The Nerd Party - Master Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 54:49


Back to the famous Chronicles this week, we are covering Prince Caspian. We're turning over a new leaf because Asia actually enjoys this book. We are finally starting to get some series connective tissue for her and more fun characters. She continues her journey of disliking a main character, and we start to see the infamous decline of Susan in the reader's view. We applaud the construction of this plot full of callbacks and laying the groundwork for future books. Of course, we do have hot takes, so it's worth listening to hear them. Next week we will be reading a new book in one week, The Voyage of the Dawn Treader, book 5 of The Chronicles of Narnia. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/throwback-paperback/support

Shadows in the Limelight
#40 - Shane Stanley (Multi-Emmy Award Winning Filmmaker)

Shadows in the Limelight

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2022 26:43


Shane Stanley is the guest on the podcast today. Shane is the living example of a person that loves what they do and never has to 'work' a day in life. We discuss Shane's upbringing, how he got into film, his relationship with Bret Michaels, and so much more. Here is Shane's biography:SHANE STANLEYFull BioShane Stanley is a multi-Emmy® Award-winning filmmaker and author who grew up in/around “the biz” in Hollywood. As a childhood actor he had appeared on-screen in over 100 projects, including with Hollywood legends June Lockhart, Lloyd Haynes, and David Arkin. By age ten, he was comfortably running an Arri 16mm camera, a flatbed-editor, and Moviola.Along with his father, Lee Stanley, Shane produced The Desperate Passage Series. The docu-drama series ran on KTLA with world-wide syndication from 1988 to 1994, was nominated for 33 individual Emmy® Awards and won 13 statues. Two episodes of the series went on to become successful feature films, Gridiron Gang was acquired by Sony Pictures and became the #1 box office hit starring Dwayne ‘The Rock' Johnson.Shane served as Vice President of Sheen/Michaels Entertainment where he produced several motion pictures starring Marlon Brando, Mira Sorvino, Thomas Hayden Church, Donald Sutherland, Marisa Tomei, Sean Penn, John Travolta and of course, Charlie and Martin Sheen. During that time, he also began writing and penned several episodes of Zalman King's Red Shoe Diaries, edited motion pictures, and created an original television series for Jeff Sagansky, former Head of CBS, before producing Dream Chasers for Discovery Channel - a television adventure program filmed in several different countries in the aftermath of 9/11.In 2004, Shane made his directorial debut with his own screenplay, A Sight For Sore Eyes. The film was honored with the Special Jury Award at WorldFest Houston, won two Telly Awards for Outstanding Achievement in Film & Television, as well as winning top honors at the International Family Film Festival along with Walden Media's The Chronicles of Narnia. It went on to win dozens of prestigious awards and was invited to screen at Cannes in 2005.Shane has also directed countless music videos, many which have aired on VH1's Top 20 Video Countdown, including two that went #1 and another that made the network's list of Best 100 Music Videos including “Go That Far” with Bret Michaels. The Michaels' video was used for the television series Rock of Love, where Shane also served as a consulting producer.Stanley has also produced and directed national television commercials including campaigns for Morongo Resorts, San Manuel, Westgate Las Vegas, Kimberly Clark, Snapple, Virgin Airways, Sony PlayStation, and mega-hit gaming franchise “Call of Duty.”Other directing credits to his name include The Untold Story, Mistrust, starring two-time Golden Globe® and Emmy® Award winner Jane Seymour, Break Even with Tasya Teles, Steve Guttenberg, James Callis and Golden Globe® nominee, Joanna Pacula which he also produced with Adam Kane (Prodigal Son, 24: Live Another Day, UnREAL). Recently, Shane completed Double Threat, an action-comedy he produced and directed starring Danielle C. Ryan, Matthew Lawrence, and Dawn Olivieri. The film was conceptualized and successfully executed during the height of the pandemic; positioning Stanley as the go-to resource on COVID safety and protocol on film sets. Recently The NewContent JefeA podcast that helps online business owners make better content and more money.Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify

Pints with Jack
S5E57 – “Surprised By Myth”, After Hours with Justin Wiggins

Pints with Jack

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022


Former guest of the show, Justin Wiggins, returns to talk about his latest book, "Surprised By Myth".

BaseCamp Live
Writing Future Great Books

BaseCamp Live

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 45:02


His book review says it all – “In a world of 280-character social media posts, we desperately need to cultivate again our holy imaginations through good reading, especially with our children.” In The Sanctus Chronicles: The Plague of Tradium, author Dustin Leimgruber writes a new inspirational work of fiction in the tradition of Lewis' Chronicles of Narnia. Dustin joins me in this episode for a conversation on his new book and a discussion on the essential need for reading and writing new works to captivate and form us as adults and the next generation by offering an appealing, soul-forming alternative to the digital distractions in our midst.

Pints with Jack
S5E56 – “The Medical Inkling: R.E. Havard”, After Hours with Sarah O'Dell

Pints with Jack

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022


Jack's doctor was Dr. R.E. Havard. In today's episode, David interviews Sarah O'Dell, a scholar who is writing a book on this lesser-known Inkling.

Raconteur Collection
Chapters: A book report podcast - Voyage of the Dawn Treader

Raconteur Collection

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 107:20


Hello and welcome back to Chapters! This week Jack and Charlie sail to the ends of the earth and beyond as they discuss the fantastic book Voyage of the Dawn Treader by C.S Lewis. The boys are blown away by the fantastic tales of adventure, strange islands, and mysterious solved and unsolved by this book. This episode marks out third in as we slowly make our way through the Chronicles of Narnia. Chapters is a podcast designed to bring back the joy of reading and discussion. By no means are we experts, but I firmly believe that exploration despite the lack of academia has a place in our world and can serve as a way to bring us together, rather than divide. Chapters is hosted by the Raconteur Collection. What is the Raconteur Collection, well... its a show about everything and nothing. A variety show that covers a menagerie of topics and ideas. Next week we will be talking all about Never Ending Story, we hope to see you there. Support us at patreon.com/raconteurcollection

The Garrett Ashley Mullet Show
J.R.R. Tolkien and C.S. Lewis on Walt Disney and Fairy Tales

The Garrett Ashley Mullet Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 42:31


What if I told you that the creators of the beloved fantasy worlds found in The Chronicles of Narnia and The Lord of the Rings once went to see Walt Disney's Snow White in theaters, and came away hating not only the picture but also utterly loathing and despising the broader approach to the work by that man Disney himself? --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/garrett-ashley-mullet/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/garrett-ashley-mullet/support

All Things Narrative
Why We Love Lord of the Rings & Narnia

All Things Narrative

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 82:01


Welcome to the lands of Middle Earth & Narnia! This week, fellow story enthusiast Ryan Mating joins Derrick to explore two of the greatest fantasy franchises of all time. We compare and contrast Tolkien's and Lewis' approaches to storytelling, dive deep into the mythology of Middle Earth & Narnia, and share our favorite moments from these fantasy epics that help us live a meaningful story.  Introductions (0:00) A "Brief" Bio of J.R.R. Tolkien & C.S. Lewis (3:31) Our Personal Introductions to LOTR & Narnia (13:36) The Mythos of Middle Earth (18:40) The Mythos of Narnia (41:53) Our Favorite LOTR & Narnia Moments (1:04:12) How Fantasy Inspires Us to Live a Meaningful Story (1:12:13) All Things Narrative offers group workshops and 1-on-1 coaching that can empower you to live a meaningful story. Learn more and get your FREE consultation at: allthingsnarrative.com Like us on Facebook Follow us on Instagram Read my Film Diary (including reviews and rankings) on Letterboxd

Pints with Jack
S5E55 – “The Medieval Mind of C.S. Lewis” – After Hours with Dr. Jason Baxter

Pints with Jack

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022


Many people know Lewis as a fiction writer and as an apologist, but fewer know him as a medievalist. Dr. Jason Baxter unpacks what that means and why it's important.

Throwback Paperback: A Young Adult Novel Podcast
Episode 92 - The Horse and His Boy

Throwback Paperback: A Young Adult Novel Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 48:53


This week it's time to return to the golden age of Narnia, but our story takes place in the neighboring countries of Calormen and Archenland. Shasta, Aravis, Hwin, and Bree travel through Calormen to the free North in an adventure that Charles enjoys and Asia tolerates. This book we get into a longer conversation about the stereotypes and accusations of racism levied against the series. Do you agree with our takes? Asia is starting to develop a least favorite character in the series that is frankly unexpected, so definitely listen to hear whom she's not vibing with. Next week we will be reading a new book in one week, Prince Caspian, book 4 of The Chronicles of Narnia. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/throwback-paperback/support

The Nerd Party - Master Feed
Episode 92 - The Horse and His Boy

The Nerd Party - Master Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 48:54


This week it's time to return to the golden age of Narnia, but our story takes place in the neighboring countries of Calormen and Archenland. Shasta, Aravis, Hwin, and Bree travel through Calormen to the free North in an adventure that Charles enjoys and Asia tolerates. This book we get into a longer conversation about the stereotypes and accusations of racism levied against the series. Do you agree with our takes? Asia is starting to develop a least favorite character in the series that is frankly unexpected, so definitely listen to hear whom she's not vibing with. Next week we will be reading a new book in one week, Prince Caspian, book 4 of The Chronicles of Narnia. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/throwback-paperback/support

Why Do We Own This DVD?
189. The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian (2008)

Why Do We Own This DVD?

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 17, 2022 77:03


Diane and Sean discuss the very long...oh so very long Narnian sequel, Prince Caspian. Episode music is, "The Call", by Regina Spektor from the OST.-  Our theme song is by Brushy One String-  Artwork by Marlaine LePage-  Why Do We Own This DVD?  Merch available at Teepublic-  Follow the show on social media:-  IG: @whydoweownthisdvd-  Twitter: @whydoweownthis1-  Follow Sean's Plants on IG: @lookitmahplantsSupport the show

Lead. Learn. Change.
Selections from the book: pages 1 to 18

Lead. Learn. Change.

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 16, 2022 11:56


SHOW NOTES1:25 - Dedication page2:05 - Table of Contents samples2:40 -  Preface5:05 - Acknowledgments8:00 - One (quote)8:10 - One (Dr. Magill)Lead. Learn. Change.  the bookMusic for Lead. Learn. Change. is Sweet Adrenaline by Delicate BeatsPodcast cover art is a view from Brunnkogel (mountaintop) over the mountains of the Salzkammergut in Austria, courtesy of photographer Simon Berger, published on www.unsplash.com.Professional Association of Georgia EducatorsDavid's LinkedIn page

The Berean Manifesto
S3EP86 All doggos go to ...

The Berean Manifesto

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 45:46


S3Ep86 All Doggos Go To ... , Pastor Newms [0:00] Hello and welcome, to season 3 episode 86 of the Berean Manifesto faith hope and love for the modern Christian. This is pastor newms and I'm here to deliver an interesting thought process. Interesting. Topic tonight last week's was pretty heavy and so I decided to go a little bit lighter with this week's for a question that is you know. Plagues us all sooner or later in time and my personal thoughts on it but so first thing. You're my week is good we got a lot of stuff done around the house getting ready for the next school year. And such starting to get that process going so that way we can be ready to home school the girls next year and just a lot of a lot of stuff going on in my house. Played some games not a lot of streaming games just because it was you know, kind of boring stuff I was doing and random times I didn't stream it all this week hopefully this next week I will but. Overall my work week was good and the week itself was good just real busy.  [1:30] I hope you guys all had a great week as well.  [1:35] But that's just kind of how my week went was kind of boring I didn't do anything Fantastical or anything.  [1:46] I don't think I can't remember anything I don't know alright see you, now onto the part of the show that I still don't like even though I'm continuing to do it every week because it's part of the show which is getting another pastor's the question tonight. Is what is one item you own that you really should throw away. But probably never will. So here's the problem with this question what is something that I should throw away but I probably won't. And the answer is everything. I keep way too much stuff. I collect things I treasure things very easily and I. End up.  [2:54] Having just boxes of stuff yes as Phoenix said it is a family trait she does a similar thing, I Won't Say I'm quite at hoarder status. Because I don't keep.  [3:17] Like newspapers boxes cans I've used you know things like that in piles but like.  [3:27] Anything that might be collectible I keep in the Box typically I keep.  [3:36] Things like that has Zaydiee says she's not like, me and Phoenix and we need to clean out a bunch of junk we never use which the reason we haven't is she knows if we were to start that process it would be nothing but a never-ending fight until we were done and, that'll be an interesting, time when she decides it's time to throw away a bunch of stuff because every time she does it gets to be pretty heated, nrm marriage during times when she wants to purge and I want to hoard. It was really really bad when we got married I came to the marriage with like 20 something. 24 totes of Collections and.  [4:36] Just stuff like I have two totes of t-shirts from high school never some of them are band shirts that's why and we are down to like five totes because I eliminated over time and certain things are just real important and so they're out and about if I could once I get everything set up, you know as we build out the house more and more over time some of that stuff will become.  [5:11] Integrated into the house I've got a lot of. Legos and lots of other things like that that are in boxes comic books things that are all plastic totes nothing's in boxes boxes, but hopefully soon we'll get all that put places I'll be rearranging my office soon, and when I do that it'll be time to it'll give me some time to be able to do some of that, purging an unboxing and figuring out OK is this box actually important is this thing in Port you know blah blah blah but I have a lot of stuff just stuff so yeah stuff. I think that's it for getting another pastors I think I think I think I think.  [6:16] Which then leads us to. The message for the night the conversation we want to have whatever you want to call it the part of the time of talking so. I wanted to talk about do doggos go.  [6:39] Blank now the term dog oh might be like the taco dogs are doggos dog. So it's play on that do all dogs go to heaven aspect because doggos is a is a thing and it's interesting because this is one of those situations where. Everyone has. Lots of people have opinions across all of history on what happens to pets every religion you know it gets asked because people love pets. So I thought we'd start with looking at what some religions outside of Christianity belief starting with Islam, um now this this synopsis I found so I don't know. I kind of grabbed a couple different sources and kind of pushed it all together as we all do with internet research so it's not like one place but, a bunch of stuff that I could find as I was researching so Islam doesn't and doesn't offer a clear answer in the Quran.  [7:59] But in order to go to, Heaven their version of Heaven beings must be judged by God on Judgment Day and so then there's a dissent among, Scholars on whether animals would or would not be judged but, the Quran does say that people that go people who enter Paradise can have whatever they want and then logically some people would argue that than it is. The pets. Because if you've had lots of pets over time you love all of them they've passed at some point or another of course that's what you want once you are in Paradise so that is the, Buddhism and Hinduism they both have a thought process of reincarnation in them and so over time you your, they do believe animals have a soul in are sentient and that it is part of The Reincarnation cycle and so in that they would not because.  [9:14] We are all animals are. Just part of our cycle of reincarnation so their thought processes is once you get to Nirvana you would be at a point of above that thought process, Judaism is similar to, Islam and what we're going to get to here in a few minutes with Christianity on whether it's kind of fuzzy.  [9:45] And you know there are some people who go so far as to. You know whether there is a true heaven or hell as other religions Define it other than just paradise and she'll which we've talked about in past. Broadcast and and so there's that aspect but some rabbis say that you know. Animals can go to those places some people say some Rabbi say animals can't but in Judaism there is the belief that animals do have, Souls from what I can understand and that's part of the whole kosher. In the blood because that's where the souls are you know held kind of and same with us you know life is in the blood those aspects and so in Judaism there is.  [10:45] The thought process that animals do have souls but it's unknown whether they can go to the paradise or the next phase. And then we get to Christianity where again, it's fuzzy because there are Scholars who believe yes there are scholarship believe know there are Scholars who believe no they don't have souls animals don't have souls but they do have.  [11:17] Similar to the Islamic belief of well but once you get to heaven it is Paradise and what would Paradise be without our pets and so there are all those types of, conversations so what I kind of wanted to look at quickly and this is going to be a shorter one because let's be honest this is kind of a funny. A funny topic that I just kind of want to talk about because it's a question that children ask a lot it's a question that other people ask a lot and so I just wanted to give people a thought of you know let's think about it. And there's a couple places in scripture where animals are talked about a lot. They of course were created before man. In Genesis and then I'm going to use very interesting story which. Is an odd one to use for this but.  [12:39] Thought process and balaam's donkey and so then when we look at. In 23 the story of Numbers 22 23 the story of Balaam, it said that the Lord opened the donkey's mouth so the exact thought is when the donkey saw the angel of the Lord standing in the path of the Dawn, with a drawn sword in his hand she turned off the path and went to the field so Balaam hit her the angel of the Lord stood.  [13:15] The narrow passage between The Vineyards in the stone wall on either side of the donkey saw the angel of the Lord and pressed him herself against the wall squeezing balaam's foot against it so he hit her, once again the angel of the Lord went ahead and sit in the narrow place so there's no room to turn right or left when the donkey saw the angel of the Lord she crouched down under Balaam so he became Furious and beat the donkey with his stick, the Lord then the Lord opened the donkey's mouth, and she asked Balaam what have I done to you that you have beaten me these three times and Balaam answered which this part of the find interesting Balaam answered the donkey and wasn't freaked out about the fact that there isn't donkey, talking to him you made me look like a fool if I had my sword in my hand I'd kill you and the donkey said I'm, am I not the donkey you've written all your life have I ever treated you this way before no he replied and the Lord opened balaam's eyes and he saw the angel of the Lord standing in the path with a drawn sword in his hand so. You know the reason I'm looking at this story of Balaam is this is one of the the times that. Animals have a direct Forefront.  [14:36] Part of the story where they are actually. So what are the only times they have a speaking role in the scriptures other than the serpent in the.  [14:55] In Genesis that was possessed and then the there's the. The, the prophetic aspect of the Dragon in Revelation which might or might not actually be, a physical creature or just the spiritual thought process of it which is another interesting discourse all in its own. So in that where it says the Lord opened the donkey's mouth the term for open that's used is I'm going to. I'm going to butcher this because I barely speak English properly but it's.  [15:51] Pause fuck its primary route to open literally and figuratively specifically to loosen. To plow to carve to Break Forth to draw out to let go free it's use about 143 times in the KJV. Version where Strong's has talked about so go with me on this thought process so the Lord opened the donkey's mouth so. My thought process here is if you open the mouth. That means it had to be closed it doesn't say gave the ability to speak it says open which implies that animals have that sentient aspect.  [16:50] And so replies it was closed now.  [16:55] We don't we don't have in the Bible listed a definite time that the miles were closed but. We know that it's talking about here and the serpent the serpent the only other time. And one of the main things that separates us for Animals is the stability of you know speech it's not the only thing but it's one of those big things of understanding and languages and, fought over whether or not animals have souls or if they have reasoning or if they run sheerly off of instinct more than thought, but to me this story shows the attitude of the ass and the fact that she strove to serve her master well and so in that to me, um that rejects that thought process that animals only run on, now those of us that have pets and do more of treating our pets like they are part of the family as opposed to actual pets. Like my family does this is not something that is.  [18:24] I surprised because we treat our animals like they have full attitudes all the time and so, you know we we often joke about things like that and you do notice in animals a distinct. Attitude often and so because of that I've always had that thought process of that animals had. The ability of speech and have their own personalities and have their own. Aspects of their personality just like their human counterparts which then leads us to. That thought process that day. Might have mental reasoning above.  [19:20] That of just logic now as humans we are three parts we are Body Spirit and soul, and so one could argue well maybe they have the spirit but not the soul or one could argue they have just the soul and not the spirit depending on which usage of each word that you use whether one is the connection to your your mind will and emotion and then the other is your connection to, God and you know the spirit, and so there's the always that thought process when you start to talk about souls and those types of things and we've kind of talked about Soul versus spirit before in past broadcasts, and so you have to kind of look at you know is there a true, difference which we know there is between the spirit and the Soul so is it possible that the animals just have, the mind will and emotions but do not have an actual connection to the higher power that humans have. So we're going to talk about the soul specifically now to kind of.  [20:39] Go into that the word that she translated into Soul most of the time is nephesh. And it's properly a breathing creature that is an animal, used very widely in literally mental and physical or an appetite it's used in the kjv 753.  [21:08] Examples of this is TLeviticusis 26:11 so we'll look at that real quick as one of the aspects that we have Leviticus, 26:11 no that can't be right that's going to be a typo.  [21:34] Is it how did you jump over to my parallel here sorry. 26  [21:47] Hmm.  [21:59] I'm looking for where I was actually I miss type something so let's find. Where it might be it's not into is it in six.  [22:44] We looking for.  [23:15] Okay. So here we have it is it's 26:11 sorry and I will set my Tabernacle among you and my soul, shall not a poor you and that Soul let's listed there is the 2315. Which is interesting because that is.  [23:42] You know the Lord talking to us so his soul he uses that word of a breathing creature. Then when we look at Deuteronomy 6:5 would help fight look at the right, versions so that's the video Kiss 26/11 we go to Deuteronomy 6.  [24:13] Five. We have love the Lord thy God with all thy heart with all your soul and with all their strength and that word soul is the same that connection of the breathing. The breath that is in us and then if we look at Leviticus we jump back to Leviticus and we look at 27. 1:33 and say to them I have messed up my notes something terrible guys I'm very sorry.  [25:40] Do do do do do do do do do.  [26:00] There is a place where it is used for creature in Leviticus and that's what I'm trying to find and I am sorry that I have messed this up so royally.  [27:01] 5314 I'm looking at it would help if I was looking at the correct.  [27:13] Leviticus 26 11 let's go back there yeah using concordances incorrectly.  [27:44] So let's look at Genesis 1:20 so the verdict is 26 and then we had Deuteronomy I forgot to type these references and then we're going to jump to Genesis 1. And there it says. And God said let the waters bring forth abundantly and moving creatures that hath life and fowl that may fly above the Earth in the open firmament of heaven and that creatures that have life is again that, that's that aspect of the Soul, it's the same word that's translated for soul for humans as well as used for man in certain places and used for animals, creatures that liveth so what's that. Implying that that Soul or spirit that it is speaking of at that point is what defines life and so when we look at that that's what.  [29:10] That's where that conversation lies so we don't have to me we don't have biblical proof that animals don't. Have a soul in that so because of that there's no. Proof that they don't have the ability to move into the spiritual realm upon death so this is one of those situations where.  [29:49] We don't know. And that's okay some of these aspects are things that we have to have beliefs about and we have to have faith in what we have and what we believe but this is one of those situations where we don't have definitive. Proof we know humans will go through a judgment we know. Aspects like that but we don't know whether or not animals will just you know it's that, you know old school movie all All Dogs Go to Heaven well all dogs are good dogs so they go to heaven you know, there's that thought process and so this is one of those that's of course not a Salvation aspect so this is one of those just thought experiments more than anything else of what do you believe why do you believe it, situations like that and the question was posed to me one time and that's why I had even looked any of this up in the past and, have then kind of used it to to look at that but personally for me I feel that animals will. Because we know there are animals in heaven. That is talked about in scripture and I closed my.  [31:19] Bible program so I'm sorry technical difficulties just all over the place today we know that there is a time in.  [31:35] Scripture where if we look at the end.  [31:51] And that comes from I'm trying to find it again because I. Closed it after I opened it and this was not part of my.  [32:15] To do to do.  [32:18] Do do do do this wasn't part of my notes it just came to me while I was talking.  [32:36] And it is found in.  [33:00] 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2.  [33:27] So  [33:48] 52 do okay the one place I decided not to look quickly is of course where it's talked about this is that whole thing about doing church together. It looks like I'm just wrong.  [34:43] So this is one of those weird. Aspects of Christianity where we talk about something over and over again but it is not accurate. In fun learning things together right guys so when Isaiah 11:6. The the passage talks about this is talking about the Thousand-Year Kingdom of Christ on Earth so this is before the final Heaven before the Ascension the final Ascension. But in Isaiah 11:6 it actually says not the lion but the wolf. The wolf it's actually talked about in a couple places Isaiah 6 11 and Isaiah 65 25 both of them say. The wolf and the lamb shall graze together which.  [35:58] Is interesting because we always hear line in the lamb the thought process.  [36:08] Possibly is when you look at you know it's just one of those things we're taught that's not actually document anywhere.  [36:24] Some people say the reason why it's gotten messed up is.  [36:32] In Revelation 5 and 6 when it's talking about the Scrolls being opened and it says and then one of the elders said to me do not weep, look the lion of the tribe of Judah the root of David has conquered so that he might be able to open the scroll and it's Seven Seals and then I saw one like a slaughtered lamb standing in the midst of the throne and four living creatures and among the elders he had seven horns and seven eyes which are the seven spirits of God sent into all the Earth um and then they open the scroll and so it's it's that aspect of combining, you know the Lord is talked about as The Lion and the lamb and then the wolf and the lamb slain down with each other, either that or it's yet another Mandela effect of I've jumped time streams and. You know they did turn the hydrogen the height of the.  [37:26] The collider in CERN is back on so who knows but it's actually not talked about in scripture about the line in the lamps that's one of those things that unless I cannot find it and Google has failed us all while I'm doing research on the Fly which is. Interesting. So it's supposed to be a wolf I guess it doesn't make for his good of pictures maybe of a wolf in Lamb's but. I think that's also kind of better, so we know for a fact in the Thousand Years when God recreates Earth there will be animals but actual end time Heaven you know eternity that is up in the air. But we can hope and that's that's what we do, you know we have faith we hope and we love I hope all my animals are there waiting on me because I want them all just a house full of animals from my whole life.  [38:35] So that is my. Discussion for tonight does anyone did anyone else that's listening all several of you guys know that it was wolf and not lamb am I the only one who thought lamb. I mean thought lion and lamb. I know Phoenix is out there and I know zadie is did both of you guys feel that.  [39:11] It was lying instead of wolf am I the only one has everyone left me.  [39:25] Phoenix says she knows it was wolf what what.  [39:36] What can I guess it was me. Lady says she agrees she remembers it being lying always taught lying in the lamb what zaidi why do you feel that wolf makes more sense. The verse we're talking about so well both Phoenix we are talking about you know.  [40:02] I was trying to find the scripture where it talks about the lion and the lamb which doesn't exist. And I thought the saying came from a verse. Because of what it implies but it does not.  [40:26] And so that's interesting because I always remember being taught it was lion and lamb in Revelation. It appears zaidi says wait what did you find 80 what does it imply.  [40:47] What does the verse imply well let's look at it again if we look at that was Isaiah 11. Six we can reread it 11:6. The wolf will dwell with the lamb the leopard will lie down with the goat the calf the lung Young Lion and the fatted calf will be together. And a child will lead them the cow and the bear will graze their young ones will lie together the line, eat straw like cattle an infant will play by the cobras pit and a toddler will put his hand into the snakes then they will not harm or destroy each other. On my entire Holy Mountain for the land will be as full of the knowledge of the Lord as the sea is full of water, and the root of Jesse will stand as a banner and the Nations will look to him.  [41:59] Extend his hand to the remnant of people who survived this is all talk about the Thousand Years Isaiah prophesy sometimes. Interesting and and I agree Phoenix it does make sense when you think about it from the stack standpoint of the wolf is who usually fights against. Lambs other than a couple of times where it is a mountain lion.  [42:37] No no it's not a version aspect but I do agree he's 80 it has. More sense along the line of the other stories of Wolfson Lambs it does make a lot more sense and maybe it's just that whole thing about the lion is talked about later with the calf which makes more sense because let's be honest lions. Fight calf's more than sheep.  [43:06] And and yes Sadie in Narnia it is definitely a lamb and a sheep. And not a mountain lion but an actual I can't find. A verse with the line of the lamb but. Feel free to reach out to me you can find out how to contact us on EKK.House and. If I cannot find it and that would be good I'm sure someone out there would messages if possibly. You're the one who said Narnia and you're going to tell me I'm going to make you I'm sorry okay so we record this podcast every Sunday night at 6:30. And we. The live stream goes out on Twitch Facebook and YouTube and we welcome the chat.  [44:19] I'm confused someone said Narnia we welcome the chat to allow for. The fact of having the conversation doing church together this isn't just one person or two people when Pastor Bill is with us and back from sabbatical to to do this this is all of us together. And so we record it 6:30 you can go to EKK.House as I was saying earlier and there you can find out which twitch which Facebook in which YouTube, but we would love for you guys to join us in this live recording so we can, interact and have fun and hang out while we study these things together often times while we're studying and Googling and, and reading scriptures and such on the Fly sometimes because of something I have my fidget in my hand, and I'm Still rocking I'm sorry Phoenix says I'm making her dizzy because I'm rocking back and forth for those of you who want to watch live you can come join and see how much I do not sit still when I'm recording this. So please come and join us and we hope to talk as we go and I hope to see you again next week and we love you guys and be safe.

Pints with Jack
S5E53 – Narnia Month: “The Horse and His Boy” (Part II)

Pints with Jack

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022


In this episode, Christin and the boys conclude their reading of The Horse and His Boy.

Throwback Paperback: A Young Adult Novel Podcast
Episode 91 - The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe

Throwback Paperback: A Young Adult Novel Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 47:13


It's time for the most famous of the Chronicles of Narnia. This week we read the iconic The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. We meet the Pevensie children and discuss the things that Asia remembered from the Disney movie, as well as much of the heavy Christian imagery within the story. Charles continues to enjoy the nostalgia, while Asia remains unconvinced. These books are definitely for a younger audience, so while we can breeze through the short and simple readings, there is definitely a heft and complexity that we are missing. Next week we will be reading a new book in one week, The Horse and his Boy, book 3 of The Chronicles of Narnia. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/throwback-paperback/support

The Nerd Party - Master Feed
Episode 91 - The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe

The Nerd Party - Master Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 47:14


It's time for the most famous of the Chronicles of Narnia. This week we read the iconic The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. We meet the Pevensie children and discuss the things that Asia remembered from the Disney movie, as well as much of the heavy Christian imagery within the story. Charles continues to enjoy the nostalgia, while Asia remains unconvinced. These books are definitely for a younger audience, so while we can breeze through the short and simple readings, there is definitely a heft and complexity that we are missing. Next week we will be reading a new book in one week, The Horse and his Boy, book 3 of The Chronicles of Narnia. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/throwback-paperback/support

The Tiny Bookcase
S4 E27: Write-Like C.S. Lewis (Voyage)

The Tiny Bookcase

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 47:36


In this episode, Ben and Nico push their way through the fur coats and explore the writing style of C.S. Lewis, the mind behind the world of Narnia, Tolkien's pub companion, and possibly one of the toughest challenges they've come up against so far.Support the show

Pints with Jack
S5E52 – Narnia Month: “The Horse and His Boy” (Part I)

Pints with Jack

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022


In today's episode we begin to read the Narnian Chronicle for this season, The Horse and His Boy. The boys are joined by Andrew's better half, Dr. Christin Ditchfield-Lazo.

Pints with Jack
S5E51 – Severe Mercy Month: “The Man who received A Severe Mercy” – After Hours with Will Vaus

Pints with Jack

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022


This month Andrew and Matt have been discussing Sheldon Vanauken's book, "A Severe Mercy". In this episode, Andrew interviews Will Vaus, who wrote a biography about the author.

Pints with Jack
S5E50 – Severe Mercy Month (Part III): “Merciful Love”

Pints with Jack

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022


Matt and Andrew wrap up their discussion of "A Severe Mercy".