Interviews

Adam Adamson, Director of the film, The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (December 1, 2005)

Ian G. Barbour, Bean Professor of Science, Technology and Society, Carleton College; author of Religion and Science, Ethics in an Age of Technology, When Science Meets Religion, Religion in an Age of Science, and other books (May 28, 1999)

Francis S. Collins, M.D., Ph.D., Director, Human Genome Research Institute; author of The Language of God: A Scientist Presents Evidence for Belief and other books (2004)

James T. Como, Professor of Rhetoric and Public Communication, York College, City University of New York; author of Branches to Heaven: The Geniuses of C.S. Lewis; editor of C.S. Lewis at the Breakfast Table, and Other Reminiscences and Remembering C.S. Lewis: Recollections of Those Who Knew Him (December 1, 2005)

Colin Duriez, author of numerous books on C.S. Lewis, including The Inklings Handbook, Tolkien and C. S. Lewis: The Gift of Friendship, A Field Guide to Narnia, The C.S. Lewis Chronicles (August 25, 2005)

Michael Flaherty, President, Walden Media; Producer of the film, The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe

Douglas Gresham, Co-producer of the film, The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe; stepson of C.S. Lewis; author of the books, Jack’s Life: A Memoir of C. S. Lewis and Lenten Lands: My Childhood with Joy Davidman and C.S. Lewis (April 13, 2005)

Thomas Howard, Professor of English Emeritus, St. John’s Seminary; author of The Achievement of C. S. Lewis: A Reading of His Fiction, C.S. Lewis: Man of Letters, Narnia and Beyond: A Guide to the Fiction of C.S. Lewis, and The Novels of Charles Williams (November 16, 2005)

C. S. Lewis (the last interview of him: May 7, 1963)

Leonard P. Liggio, Executive Vice President of the Atlas Economic Research Foundation, Distinguished Senior Scholar at the Institute for Humane Studies, and Research Professor of Law, George Mason University (September-October 1996)

Armand Nicholi, Jr., M.D., Professor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School; author of the book, The Question of God: C.S. Lewis and Sigmund Freud Debate God, Love, Sex and the Meaning of Life, which was the basis for the 4-part PBS series in 2004, The Question of God: Sigmund Freud and C.S. Lewis (2004)

J. I. Packer, Board of Governors' Professor of Theology, Regent College; author of Knowing God, Knowing Christianity, God Has Spoken, Concise Theology, Keeping in Step with the Spirit, and other books (Spring 1994)

Alvin Plantinga, John A. O'Brien Professor of Philosophy, University of Notre Dame; among his many books are The Nature of Necessity, God and Other Minds: A Study of the Rational Justification of Belief in God, Warrant: The Current Debate, Warrant and Proper Function, Warranted Christian Belief, God, Freedom and Evil, and the forthcoming Science and Religion: Conflict or Concord (July 14, 2002)

Sir John C. Polkinghorne, President of Queens' College and former Professor of Mathematical Physics, Cambridge University; author of Exploring Reality: The Intertwining of Science and Religion, Quarks Chaos & Christianity: Questions to Science and Religion, The God of Hope and the End of the World, Faith, Science and Understanding, Science and the Trinity: The Christian Encounter with Reality, Science & Theology: An Introduction and other books (Spring 1997)

Richard Purtill, Professor Emeritus of Philosophy, Western Washington University; author of J.R.R. Tolkien: Myth, Morality, and Religion and C.S. Lewis’ Case for the Christian Faith (2005)

Victor E. Reppert, Professor of Philosophy and Religious Studies, Glendale Community College; author of C.S. Lewis’s Dangerous Idea: In Defense of the Argument from Reason (2003)

Rodney Stark ("A Double Take on Early Christianity"), University Professor of Social Sciences, Baylor University; author of The Victory of Reason: How Christianity Led to Freedom, Capitalism, and Western Success, The Rise of Christianity: How the Obscure, Marginal, Jesus Movement Became the Dominant Religious Force in a Few Centuries, For the Glory of God: How Monotheism Led to Reformations, Science, Witch-Hunts, and the End of Slavery, One True God: Historical Consequences of Monotheism, Acts of Faith: Explaining the Human Side of Religion, The Rise of Christianity: A Sociologist Reconsiders History, and other books (2000)

Rodney Stark ("Faith and Reason: Was Christianity the Engine of Western Progress?") (December 25, 2005)

Dallas Willard, Professor of Philosophy, University of Southern California; author of numerous books, including The Divine Conspiracy, Logic and the Objectivity of Knowledge, The Spirit of the Disciplines and Renovation of the Heart

Ralph Winter, film producer (X-Men; Fantastic Four; Star Trek III, IV, V, and VI; Planet of the Apes; etc.) (August 2005)

N. T. Wright, Bishop, Diocese of Durham, former Canon of Westminster; author, The New Testament and the People of God: Christian Origins and the Question of God, Jesus and the Victory of God: Christian Origins and the Question of God, The Resurrection of the Son of God, The Challenge of Jesus: Rediscovering Who Jesus Was and Is, Simply Christian: Why Christianity Makes Sense, Evil and the Justice of God, Paul: In Fresh Perspective, and The Climax of the Covenant: Christ and the Law in Pauline Theology (January 2007)


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