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  1. Episode 03 – Why Thoughtful People Should Read Comic Books

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    May 10, 2016 by Bookworm

    Comic-Books

    That’s kid’s stuff – or for those locked in adolescence- right?

    That’s a point with which these Bookworms beg to differ!

    Like books?  Here’s an argument for why you should like comic books too!  Give it a listen and find out if you’ve been missing something good over in the four color world.

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  2. The Diet of Bookworms 02 – The Voyage of the Dawn Treader

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    October 21, 2015 by Bookworm

    Finally, the Diet of Bookworms has come back with the long awaited (sorry!) look at C.S. Lewis’ Voyage of the Dawn Treader – this time with two guest bookworms!

    Take a listen and then let us know what you think about the book and the episode!

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  3. The Diet of Bookworms 01 – Christmas with C.S. Lewis

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    December 23, 2014 by Bookworm

    The first full episode of The Diet of Bookworms is here!

    In this edition we take a hard look at Christmas – the religious festival, the cultural event, and the shopkeeper’s racket – with everyone’s favorite Oxford don, C.S. Lewis.

    Show Notes:

    Meet Herodotus, the great historian of ancient Greece: The Landmark Herodotus: The Histories

    The Christian Post: Why the Orthodox Church Celebrates Christmas on Jan. 7

    For Next Time:

    Our next episode will cover Lewis’ The Voyage of the Dawn Treader – a book about a great voyage, a chivalrous mouse, talking stars, and a young man who learns the consequence of laying down thinking dragonish thoughts.  Please join us!

    We would love to hear your feedback!  You can send us a message on our CONNECT page, our Facebook Page (click Like while you are there?), or Twitter feed (perhaps give us a Follow?), or leave a comment below.

    You can find our episodes in iTunes HERE or with your favorite podcasting service HERE.  Please subscribe and, if you are feeling really generous, leave us a review on iTunes.  You can also stream the episode in the player below.


  4. The Diet of Bookworms 00 – Introduction and Invitation to Join Us

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    December 3, 2014 by Bookworm

    Welcome!  Please allow us to introduce you to The Diet of Bookworms!

    We kept this one short and sweet – in five minutes or so you’ll find out a bit more about the Bookworms, what we’re doing with this podcast and how, if you like good books too,  you can join us!

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    For Next Time:

    We’re reading two essays from a collection of C.S. Lewis’ writings titled God in the Dock.  If you aren’t interested in picking up a copy you can find both essays for free online at the following links:

    1.) “Xmas and Christmas: A Lost Chapter from Herodotus
    2.) “What CHRISTMAS means to me…” (PDF; you can download a free PDF viewer HERE)

    Thanks:
    To Tim Challies for the use of the domain and title of our podcast.  Check out his work at Challies.com
    To our friend Daniel Lowhorn for the intro and exit music from his song “The Hopeless” found on his album Dawn.

    We would love to hear your feedback!  You can send us a message on our CONNECT page, our Facebook Page (click Like while you are there?), or Twitter feed (perhaps give us a Follow?), or leave a comment below.

    You can find our episodes in iTunes HERE or with your favorite podcasting service HERE.  Please subscribe and, if you are feeling really generous, leave us a review on iTunes.  You can also stream the episode in the player below.