C.S. Lewis' stepson, Douglas Gresham, and writer Paul McCusker discuss the historical origins and generational impact of the Mere Christianity radio lecture series, which later became a classic Christian book.
Douglas Howard Gresham is an American-born British/Australian actor, writer, broadcaster and film producer, resident of the island of Malta, and one of the two stepsons of C. S. Lewis. Douglas and his wife, Merrie, have three sons and two daughters.
Paul McCusker is the Peabody Award-winning writer and director of Focus On The Family Radio Theatre’s Bonhoeffer: The Cost of Freedom, along with the multiple award-winning audio dramatizations of The Chronicles of Narnia, The Screwtape Letters and others. Paul is also a writer and director for the long-running children’s audio program Adventures in Odyssey, and serves as an author and consulting editor on The Imagination Station series. Paul has written novels and non-fiction for adults, and his plays and musicals have been performed in community theaters across the country, including the Dove Award nominee A Time for Christmas. Learn more about Paul at his website, paulmccusker.com.