1. If I Had Lunch with C.S. Lewis

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    What if you could ask C. S. Lewis his thoughts on some of the most difficult questions of life? If you could, the result would be Dr. Alister McGrath’s provocative and perceptive book, If I Had Lunch with C. S. Lewis. Best-selling author, prominent academic, and sought-after speaker, Dr. McGrath sees C. S. Lewis as the perfect conversation companion for the persistent meaning-of-life questions everyone asks. What makes Lewis a good dialogue partner is that his mind traveled through a wide and varied terrain: from atheism of his early life to his conversion later in life; from his rational skepticism to his appreciation of value of human desires and imagination; from his role as a Christian apologist during World War II to his growth as a celebrated author of classic children’s literature. The questions Lewis pondered persist today: Does life have meaning? Does God exist? Can reason and imagination be reconciled? Why does God allow suffering? Let McGrath be your insightful guide to an intriguing conversation with Lewis about the ultimate questions.

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    • Differences that make a difference

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      Renowned Social critic and Author Dr. Os Guinness shares his spiritual journey and his influences. About Os Guinnness Dr. Os Guinness is the great-great-great grandson of Arthur Guinness, the renowned Dublin brewer. He witnessed the climax of the Chinese revolution of 1949 and returned to England in 1951, where he went to school and college. He is the lead drafter of the Williamsburg Charter and is one of the most respected social critics of our times. More about Dr. Os Guinness en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Os_Guinness About the Q&A Series There is no doubt that India is one of the most culturally diverse places on earth if not the most! India is also spiritually diverse as it is culturally diverse. It is home to many religions and also the birthplace of some of the world's major religions such as Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism and Sikhism. Christianity is India's third largest religion according the census of 2001 and according to Historical accounts it was introduced to India by the Apostle Thomas in 52 A.D. However, though the origins of Christianity in India remain unclear, there is a scholarly consensus that Christianity was rooted in India as early as 6th Century A.D. and could possibly even date as far back as the 1st Century. Christianity was as such established in India even before some nations of Europe had been Christianized. (Wikipedia) Over the years there has been much controversy over conversions and the proselytizing of the masses in India. According to the constitution of India, every Indian citizen has the right to practice and promote their respective religion peacefully. However, there have been several instances of religious intolerance leading to riots, violence, rapes and even death. Such incidents have been condemned and criticized by national and international governments, judicial systems and the media. One way of bridging the great spiritual divide and also developing tolerance towards others is to have healthy discussion that will lead to an understanding at least if not necessarily an agreement. 'In Conversation' features the thoughts and opinions of well-known social critics, businessmen, theologians and other professionals towards understanding Christianity and some of the perceptions, assumptions and deductions of the world at large. © CVC NETWORK PVT. LTD 2013

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      • Weekly news and current issues: Record InFocus - 29.11.13

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        Join Kent Kingston and Dannielle Synot for the week's Christian news, political commentary and tips for better living. Your comments? letters@infocus.org.au

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        • Record InFocus Christian news - 29.11.13

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          Help after Typhoon Haiyan, Anglican regrets at the child abuse Inquiry, and faith leaders call for the closure of Guantanamo Bay. These stories and more in this week's news bulletin with Dannielle Synot. Your news tips and reactions? letters@infocus.org.au

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          • NEWS 20th November 2013

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            • Destiny of Christ-like Non-Christians

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              In this Q&A Session, Dr. Ravi Zacharias sheds light on the destiny of Christ-like Non-Christians. About Dr. Ravi Zacharias Dr. Ravi Zacharias is a world-renowned prolific speaker who has been giving inspiring messages across the globe for the past forty years. He has had the privilege of speaking at the most respected of arenas including some of the world's most distinguished universities such as Harvard, Princeton and Oxford. More about Dr. Zacharias http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ravi_Zacharias About the Q&A Series There is no doubt that India is one of the most culturally diverse places on earth if not the most! India is also spiritually diverse as it is culturally diverse. It is home to many religions and also the birthplace of some of the world's major religions such as Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism and Sikhism. Christianity is India's third largest religion according the census of 2001 and according to Historical accounts it was introduced to India by the Apostle Thomas in 52 A.D. However, though the origins of Christianity in India remain unclear, there is a scholarly consensus that Christianity was rooted in India as early as 6th Century A.D. and could possibly even date as far back as the 1st Century. Christianity was as such established in India even before some nations of Europe had been Christianized. (Wikipedia) Over the years there has been much controversy over conversions and the proselytizing of the masses in India. According to the constitution of India, every Indian citizen has the right to practice and promote their respective religion peacefully. However, there have been several instances of religious intolerance leading to riots, violence, rapes and even death. Such incidents have been condemned and criticized by national and international governments, judicial systems and the media. One way of bridging the great spiritual divide and also developing tolerance towards others is to have healthy discussion that will lead to an understanding at least if not necessarily an agreement. 'In Conversation' features the thoughts and opinions of well-known social critics, businessmen, theologians and other professionals towards understanding Christianity and some of the perceptions, assumptions and deductions of the world at large. © CVC NETWORK PVT. LTD 2013

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              • Jim Belcher on C.S. Lewis

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                Jim Belcher, author of In Search of Deep Faith, describes his family's visit to C.S. Lewis' home and local haunts and how they discovered the roots of the stories that permeate through Lewis' writing and life including the need for a savior, coming of age and great imaginations. For more info, see www.ivpress.com/deepfaith.

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                • Pain [Partial] [10.13.13]

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                  If God is good... then why is there pain and suffering in this world? This is a question that Christians have been asking for centuries and there is no easy answer - but we attempt today during our BT KIDS! "Pain" lesson to address it from a Biblical perspective. Unfortunately, this lesson is cut off midway through due to some technical glitches.

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                  • In This Myth of Vengeance - Teaser

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                    A loose adaption of "The Problem of Pain" by C.S Lewis. Transformed by grief and anger, a husband hires a hardened young criminal to kill the man who has murdered his wife. View film here: https://vimeo.com/106616161

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                    • In Search of Deep Faith by Jim Belcher

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                      Grappling with his own questions, Jim Belcher set out on a quest to see how the Christian faith faces the challenges of the modern world and answers the cries of the human soul. Seeking renewal after a draining season of life, he and his family spent a year traveling through Europe, exploring the faith that has shaped civilizations throughout the centuries. They rediscovered key figures, places and events in the history of Christianity, from C. S. Lewis's life at Oxford to Dietrich Bonhoeffer's death in a concentration camp. Through the experiences of William Wilberforce, Vincent Van Gogh, Corrie ten Boom and others, Belcher saw glimpses of insight, beauty and courage that transcended human limitations. He found himself surprised by joy and compelled by faith. For more info, see www.ivpress.com/deepfaith.

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