In these monthly episodes, Tony and Scott talk about the ideas, movements, and publications populating the current theological world, and also interview some of the first names in theology. You can subscribe to our feed through iTunes--just search for us at the iTunes Store.
Scott and Tony talk with Dave Scheider about moral injury, narratives of meaning, warfare, modified Barthianism, the homunculus, and practicing theology without a license.
Scott and Tony talk Moltmann and Barth, Augustine and phenomenology. They notice something interesting about two current theology journals, and then offer some commentary on their recent interview with Loyola University's Stephen Fowl.
What options do theology grads have when job searches at colleges and seminaries yield no fruit? In this podcast Tony interviews Tim Furry about his journey from the University of Dayton to Cranbrook Kingswood Upper School in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan.
The tables have turned: night turns to day, cats are barking at dogs, and Tony becomes the interviewee! In the October podcast, Scott and Tony discuss Tony's book Diagonal Advance: Perfection in Christian Theology. They talk over why theology needs metaphysics, why theosis needs perfection, and how Peter and Plato are different people, even though their names both begin with the same letter. Heady stuff this month...
In this interview Graham Ward, newly-appointed Regius Professor of Divinity at Oxford University, talks with Pete about the roles of priest and theologian, why Schleiermacher wasn't a liberal, and situatedness and the incarnation. And feeding cats.
Dr. Jeffrey Bishop, MD, PhD, is the Director of the Albert Gnaegi Center for Health Care Ethics as well as the Tenet Chair of Health Care Ethics at Saint Louis University. His new book _The Anticipatory Corpse: Medicine, Power, and Care of the Dying_, is changing the conversation about bodies in medicine. Scott and Tony interview him about this work, and along the way discuss the problem of autonomy, the causality of the clinic, the grip of capitalism on the transplant industry, and the trouble with clinical pastoral education.
Tony interviews Sarah Coakley about her recent Gifford Lectures as well as her forthcoming Systematic Theology, volume one. Hear us discuss post-doc opportunities, the dogmatic slumber from which she recently awoke, and hate-mailing Girardian Jesuits. Oh yeah, it's all here.
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