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AAJ Podcast: The Narnia Code Series 02 (Shows 4-5)

December 12, 2015

The C.S. Lewis Minute blog began back in late 2011 as a way for me to share my renewed interest in reading books by C.S. Lewis. This eventual lead to interviewing a variety of book authors and another place online to combine everything. now supersedes this blog, but because a lot of people are still following it, I occasionally post here to remind those of what’s available there. 

Narnia Code 02 (4-5)From my All About Jack Podcast – This is the second episode in the re-packaged series on The Narnia Code. It combines what was previously the fourth and fifth episodes. Back in 2012 I had the privilege to interview Dr. Michael Ward for a series of thirteen episodes to discuss his book The Narnia Code. With me to help co-host the show was Dr. Holly Ordway. Due to the series being in so many parts I was reluctant to re-post it, but this year is not only the 65th anniversary of the publication of the first Narnia story, but also the 10th anniversary of the first Hollywood version of the Narnia movies. But, as noted, I decided to combine two or more show for this posting. The podcast today, as noted is the second in the new series, and it covers the fourth and fifth chapters from The Narnia Code; they deal with the first two published Narnia books and reveal the specific “code” that Dr. Ward discovered. If you haven’t listened to the last episode that lays the background information about his approach, then be sure to follow the link below to give it a listen.


Listen to The Narnia Code 02 (Shows 4-5)


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