Ep. 1 – There is good and there is evil and most times we don’t know how to cope with evil. Charles Morris is joined by producer Paul McCusker to discuss the famous C.S. Lewis book, “The Screwtape Letters.”
Ep. 2 – C.S. Lewis wrote “The Screwtape Letters” as a sort of satire against Satan. Today’s episode looks at how this satire from Lewis, as well as the prophet Isaiah, can teach us profound truths about our world and about our faith.
Ep. 3 – What do we do when we face persecution? Do we take matters into our own hands?
Ep. 4 – We know that Satan is our enemy, but where did he come from? Tune in to remember how Satan fell, and how he will be defeated.
Ep. 5 – There is a fight that goes on within us. Darkness vs. Light. Who will win the day?
Ep. 6 – Put on the whole armor of God. Sounds burdensome but join Charles Morris on today’s program to see how Christ has done it all and the truth of the gospel strengthens us day by day.
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