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Wade Center

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Wade Center

Wade Center at Wheaton College (IL)

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The Wade Center Podcast features interviews and discussions with scholars and figures related to Wade Center and our authors: C.S. Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkien, Dorothy L. Sayers, George MacDonald, G.K. Chesterton, Owen Barfield, and Charles Williams.
 
On a dreary Tuesday morning in 1939, C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien wandered into the Eagle & Child on St. Giles' Street in Oxford, England. The Eagle & Child was where these 'Inklings' gathered regularly to discuss their latest literary ideas, some of which would impact Christians worldwide for generations to come. The Eagle & Child Podcast is devoted to discussing the history and inspiring stories of influential Christian thinkers & their thoughts. 'A tip of the hat to the Inklings & Christ ...
 
Hey Guys, for all my listeners, I have now introduced a support button on my soundcloud page. Cancelled Shows and Events are a big problem for every Artist at the moment. So i decided to use the support button. I personally think it is a good soundcloud feature regarding the current covid 19 situation, where fans can instantly and directly support their artists. THANKS Eric Hallo Leute, für alle meine Zuhörer habe ich nun einen Support Button/Link (oben Rechts in blau) eingerichtet. Gestrich ...
 
Hosted by Larry Linenschmidt, Hill Country Institute Live is an ongoing conversation about issues of concern and interest to the Church today. We visit the life and works of giants of another day, such as C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien and also spend time with people and ministries doing creative work to fight human trafficking, feed the poor, create quality art, be good stewards of the environment, and much more, all with the heart and mind of Christ. For more information about the events an ...
 
This is a podcast about one woman's mission to help entrepreneurs and business owners write and self-publish better business books. Each week, we tackle your writing excuses (because they're our excuses too) – and help you beat the Blank Page Of Doom so you can write a book that makes a real difference. Also contains adulting fails, the adventures of the TinySheeps, and a bundle of fantastic interviews with people far smarter than us. Find us at moxiebooks.co.uk.
 
These are the audio versions of our Small Talk & Back Chat series. We're Amy & Maggie aka ThinkerThemer. We're an Australian couple with two very different perspectives of what makes a great board game - Amy (Thinker) is all about the mechanics and enjoys tight, competitive board games, and Maggie (Themer) is all about the storytelling and the theme of the game, and the 'world' that the designer is trying to create. Visit our Youtube channel to comment and join the discussion.
 
Welcome to the Wise Women Podcast, designed to inspire by introducing you to creative women living abundantly. In this weekly podcast, we cover topics from entrepreneurship, to creativity, leadership, mindfulness, goal-crushing and everything in between. Most importantly we always share seeds of wisdom and thoughts on living abundantly in hopes that you'll recognize the wisdom within yourself.
 
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Rob&Dolli: Life to Life

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Rob&Dolli: Life to Life

Doris Gerlach & Christijan Robert Broerse

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Still looking for a publisher? What have you? Rob&Dolli: Life to Life - we are East and West, Canadian and East German, philosopher and analytical woman, editor and author, wine consultant and psychotherapist. We couldn‘t be more apart and yet feel a sense of alike. We need to get our words out on life, traveling, wine, psychology, famous places and Kierkegaard. Get to know us, let us become friends! Listen and come back to our show!
 
The podcast for gamers and developers alike! Currently the only podcast specifically geared towards the latest adventure games. You can find the all the latest interviews, news and reviews here. In every two episodes we have interviews with adventure game developers as we get to know the people who make these games. We find out what they’re favourite games are, what inspired them to make adventure games and then we go behind the scenes on how they make their games, what advice they give anyo ...
 
Trinity Forum Conversations is a podcast exploring the big questions in life by looking to the best of the Christian intellectual tradition and elevating the voices, both ancient and modern, who grapple with these questions and direct our hearts to the Author of the answers. We invite you to join us in one of the great joys of life: a conversation among friends on the things that matter most.
 
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The injunction against quarreling is fascinating to find among the commands, not because it comes as a surprise, but because of how completely accepted it is in the body of Christ. Is there any more commonplace relational dynamic in the church than this? From The Commands of the Apostles by Michael Phillips. Read by Michael Kimball. More informatio…
 
Do you get nervous about investing in yourself or following your spiritual inklings? Today on the podcast Alisha is talking to author, and coach Kate Darnell about making investments in ourselves, following our spiritual inklings or collaboration and stepping into the fullness of ourselves. This week’s Sponsor is Fike + Co. Connecting People and Cu…
 
IN THIS REPEAT: An interview about the upcoming (September 2022) Inkling-Plus event in Montreat, NC. NOTE - the dates are revised! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ PLEASE NOTE - The dates for this event are REVISED!The Presbyterian Heritage Center (PHC) is hosting another great event related to C.S. Lewis. Their Inkling-Plus Premiere Global Confere…
 
This is the 4th episode of "Weekly Dose of C.S. Lewis Quotes" - for the week of January 22nd - 28yh. Each week seven quotes by Lewis are shared that relate to the week or month being considered. There is a VIDEO version of this on my YouTube channel, Knowing and Understanding C.S. Lewis. Here's a direct link to THIS episode. THE MISQUOTABLE C.S. LE…
 
If you’re listening to this podcast chances are you’re a fan of adventure and Choose your Own adventure games. But what if there was CYOA driven by AI that was continuously evolving? This episode’s guest, Liam Lawless, is making one such game. Indeed he is currently developing a collaborative, AI-written text adventure called UnendingStory. In this…
 
IN THIS REPEAT: For the seventh essay chat I had Dr. Michael Ward discussing "Myth Become Fact." "Myth Became Fact" was the seventh essay chat I produced back in 2012. Although not directly related to Easter, it does touch on some aspects of it. I had the pleasure of catching up with Dr. Michael Ward, author of The Narnia Code and other books for t…
 
Join Vicky and Joe as they talk ludicrously expensive oak doors, poo disasters, and why shoes in the house are UNACCEPTABLE. Then marvel at the smooth link to this week’s topic—the power of What If? What if you tried this thing? What if... you wrote your book? Tune in and get the pep talk you’ve been waiting for. Key Takeaways: [6:10] Casa Dingle u…
 
Control of others to benefit a "leader" or church organization is a spiritual disease characteristic of many modern, Western "Christian" churches making them cults rather than houses of worship. Sarabeth Kapusta from the "Reconstructing Your Faith" Podcast joins this edition to discuss controlling churches, controlling church leaders, and spiritual…
 
“We can ignore even pleasure. But pain insists upon being attended to." Dr. Jerry Root, scholar and close friend of the podcast, is back again for our second installment of "Love, Pain, and Grief." This week hosts Drs. Crystal and David C. Downing, along with Dr. Root and and Producer Aaron Hill explore The Problem of Pain by C.S. Lewis. Because al…
 
We can't always be up, so what does it mean for us to be down, to be melancholic? Today we discuss the moody spell along with the sometimes joyful aspects of melancholy and ask certain questions: if we're introverted and shy by nature, do extroverts experience melancholy like us? Is melancholy just a result of feeling tired from experiencing too mu…
 
The words the mouth speaks are one of the most accurate measures of what lies deep inside. Careless speech reveals careless character. From The Commands of the Apostles by Michael Phillips. Read by Michael Kimball. More information on this and similar writings may be found at Father of the Inklings. Visit Amazon to purchase The Commands of the Apos…
 
IN THIS REPEAT: An essay chat on "Screwtape Proposes a Toast" ****************************** “Screwtape Proposes a Toast” is an essay that is indirectly a follow-up to the successful book The Screwtape Letters. Brenton Dickieson joins William O’Flaherty for an essay chat on this insightful piece that Wormwood never got to hear. It was first publish…
 
The first command Jesus issued specifically to his disciples is found in a simple but life-altering challenge: Follow Me. From The Commands by Michael Phillips. Read by Michael Kimball. More information on this and similar writings may be found at Father of the Inklings. Visit Amazon to purchase The Commands and other books by Michael Phillips.…
 
Most of us reading this command will not automatically think of ourselves in connection with such clear violations of integrity as these words indicate. From The Commands of the Apostles by Michael Phillips. Read by Michael Kimball. More information on this and similar writings may be found at Father of the Inklings. Visit Amazon to purchase The Co…
 
Thanks for stopping by to hear our FAQ and our thoughts on these filler games! We're Amy & Maggie aka ThinkerThemer. We're an Australian couple with two very different perspectives of what makes a great board game - Amy (Thinker) is all about the mechanics and enjoys tight, competitive games, and Maggie (Themer) is all about the storytelling and th…
 
Consider the fascinating word grumble. At first glance it seems like such a minor violation of gracious speech. What's the big deal? Why does Paul command us not to grumble? Because it is a seed-sin. It acts like a mustard seed. From it, bigger things grow. Grumbling yields fruit. Its fruits lead to more serious sins. From The Commands of the Apost…
 
This is the 3rd episode of "Weekly Dose of C.S. Lewis Quotes" - for the week of January 15th - 21st. Each week seven quotes by Lewis are shared that relate to the week or month being considered. There is a VIDEO version of this on my YouTube channel, Knowing and Understanding C.S. Lewis. Here's a direct link to THIS episode. THE MISQUOTABLE C.S. LE…
 
At the Big Adventure Event organised by Hitcents from January 20 to 24 2022 there will be over 100 demos to try out with developer livestreams, Q & A’s and plenty more. The Adventure Games Podcast is also participating. We will (hopefully) be doing some live interviews and we are also hoping to do our first ever live Roundtable discussion with mult…
 
Join Vicky and Joe as they talk about worldviews, tiny stories, and the enormous cost of bathrooms. If you’ve ever thought “who am I to write a book, I have nothing interesting to say” this episode is for YOU friend! Our hosts talk about why a 1,000 year old diary is still relevant today, why we’re addicted to soap operas, and how we can change the…
 
We all have our favorite passages of Scripture. These two are among mine. Matthew 5:37: Let your "Yes" be "Yes." and your "No," "No." (NIV) Later James quotes his brother almost word for word. James 5:12: Let your yes be yes and your no be no. (RSV) From The Commands of the Apostles by Michael Phillips. Read by Michael Kimball. More information on …
 
2021 might have been a difficult and challenging year for us all. Thanks to Covid our lives have changed dramatically over the last couple of years. Thankfully one thing has remained the same: a huge number of fantastic adventure games were released last year! And so Seoirse, Tomas and Laura look on a truly memorable year and reveal their top 5 fav…
 
The two brothers, Jesus and James, left the church with many of the same messages, exhortations, and commands. One signature tune they share is this: Listen. From The Commands of the Apostles by Michael Phillips. Read by Michael Kimball. More information on this and similar writings may be found at Father of the Inklings. Visit Amazon to purchase T…
 
Most are familiar with the tradition behind Jesus' words in the above passage. Many sermon illustrations have explained the right of Roman soldiers in Palestine to compel any citizen to carry their equipment for a mile. To enforce the practicality of the life he would have his hearers lead, Jesus said to carry the burden two miles instead. From The…
 
IN THIS REPEAT: A chat with Drs. Don King and Hal Poe on writing. What can a person learn about how to improve one's writing from C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien? That was the subject Dr. Don King and Dr. Hal Poe addressed in a session I moderated to kick off a Creative Writing Festival held for high school students at Montreat College on March 31, 2…
 
Speaking and listening are intrinsically linked. Not only are the tongue and the ears physically located in close proximity--the back of the tongue and the two inner ears all function within a couple inches of each other--their seemingly opposite function is not opposite at all. They represent the two sides of the same coin. From The Commands of th…
 
Ever wonder if you’re holding yourself back? Today on the podcast Alisha is talking about why New Year New You is Bullshit and giving you a book review of the book The Big Leap by Gay Hendricks. She’s covering the 4 hidden barriers that are holding you back and what to do about it. This week’s Sponsor is Fike + Co. Connecting People and Culture! Do…
 
❤ Happy New Year!! We are SO excited to be back for another big year of chatting campaigns... but we're kicking off our 2022 spending with a bit of a smaller list this week. Think of this as a light stretch before we run a marathon! ❤ Our merch store: thinkerthemer-merch.creator-spring.com TIMESTAMPS 00:00 Easing In 01:25 Some Resolutions 05:58 Num…
 
It may seem to some as if we have been talking about gracious speech all along. Now we come to a series of ten commands all focused on Christian speech. What more is there to be said? Is the manner in which we talk and use our tongue really of such importance? Yes. From The Commands of the Apostles by Michael Phillips. Read by Michael Kimball. More…
 
This is the 2nd episode of "Weekly Dose of C.S. Lewis Quotes" - for the week of January 8th - 14th. Each week seven quotes by Lewis are shared that relate to the week being considered. There is a VIDEO version of this on my YouTube channel, Knowing and Understanding C.S. Lewis. Here's a direct link to THIS episode. THE MISQUOTABLE C.S. LEWIS. https…
 
IN THIS REPEAT: The DVD/Blu-Ray of Tolkien is OUT! Here are some reflections on just the movie release with Diana Glyer and Brenton Dickieson. In May 2019 a biopic on J.R.R. Tolkien, simply entitled Tolkien was released. While there has been no shortage of opinions on the film, I wanted to add some thoughts on it for those who follow this podcast. …
 
In time for the New Year, today, Rob and I thought to discuss the power and wonder of forgiveness. We take an inquisitive and self-reflective dive into what forgiveness means to us personally and how forgiveness can raise our consciousness. Forgiveness is about mindfulness and compassion and releasing of anger. We chat and share anecdotes, and I re…
 
Some of the commands are more difficult to write about, and personally for me to feel that I have laid hold of in a helpful way, than others. This is one of those. From The Commands of the Apostles by Michael Phillips. Read by Michael Kimball. More information on this and similar writings may be found at Father of the Inklings. Visit Amazon to purc…
 
Over the course of his life, C.S. Lewis wrote several books addressing the most complex and universal human experiences—love, pain, and grief. In this week’s episode, Drs. Crystal and David C. Downing sit down with scholar and close friend of the podcast, Dr. Jerry Root, to discuss The Four Loves (1960) by C.S. Lewis. How does Lewis define philia, …
 
Giving comes in many forms. The least important may be financial giving. That is not to say that financial generosity is unimportant, only that it may be far down the list of virtues emphasized in the New Testament. From The Commands of the Apostles by Michael Phillips. Read by Michael Kimball. More information on this and similar writings may be f…
 
IN THIS REPEAT: Learn about Holly Ordway's 2021 book Tolkien's Modern Reading with co-host Lisa Coutras. - - - - C.S. Lewis had many friends...the most famous was J.R.R. Tolkien, whom he worked with for many years at Oxford University. Just as with Lewis, there are many misconceptions about Tolkien. One is that he "read very little modern fiction, …
 
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