Learning in Wartime

In 1938, C.S. Lewis addressed Oxford University and argued that though a world war loomed ahead, we must still pursue learning. War only aggravates the human predicament. Taking Lewis's lead, Dane Bundy and the Providence Academy faculty continue discussing the great ideas in theology, literature, and culture for a people on the frontline.

In 1938, C.S. Lewis addressed Oxford University and argued that though a world war loomed ahead, we must still pursue learning. War only aggravates the human predicament. Taking Lewis's lead, Dane Bundy and the Providence Academy faculty continue discussing the great ideas in theology, literature, and culture for a people on the frontline.

Episodes: 10

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Wrestling with Humility

Duration: 32 min

Wrestling with Technology

Duration: 40 min

Wrestling with Augustine and The City of God

Duration: 58 min

The Call to Read

Duration: 35 min

The Call to Contentment

Duration: 41 min

The Call to Creativity

Duration: 43 min

The Crisis of the Wilderness

Duration: 38 min

The Crisis of the Ordinary and Mundane

Duration: 48 min

The Crisis of Uncertainty

Duration: 36 min

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