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Join Fr. Bryan and Fr. Jonathan for a 7-week podcast journey through two classic books by C.S. Lewis.
The Gospel According to Moses: Journey through the first five books of the Bible in this sweeping exposition of the ancient foundation of theology.
What difference does being Christian make in a time of crisis? Why should we "count it all joy," as St. James says, when we face trials of various kinds? Join the Christ Church clergy for this five-week podcast as they consider how to respond to our present crisis with faith, love, and hope.
Study includes Live Q&A with Clergy. In addition to the podcast, we are hosting four online meetings to interact with listeners. Register below and we will send you a meeting link.
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C.S. Lewis Summer, Session 3
Leslie Housman joins the conversation this week as we discuss Screwtape Letters, 17-23, in our 2020's summer book study on C.S. Lewis.
C.S. Lewis Summer, Session 2
Fr. Bryan Biba and Fr. Jonathan Bailes discuss Screwtape Letters, 9-16, in our 2020's summer book study on C.S. Lewis.
C.S. Lewis Summer, Session 1
Fr. Bryan Biba and Fr. Jonathan Bailes discuss Screwtape Letters, 1-8, in our inaugural podcast for 2020's summer book study on C.S. Lewis.
Deuteronomy, Session 3
Deuteronomy 27-34. Fr. Jonathan Bailes concludes our study of The Gospel According to Moses.
Deuteronomy, Session 2
Deuteronomy 12-26. Fr. Jonathan Bailes continues our study of The Gospel According to Moses.