May 1, 2018

In this interview at the Yale Center for Faith and Culture, Father John Behr discusses the implications of a theology of joy for our living today. Indeed, joy, for Behr, is ultimately joy of life, the joy of being alive, a comprehensive intellectual, physical, psychical, and spiritual mode of being. As such, joy is much more than a matter of acquisition; it requires a work of cultivation. Read more

April 24, 2018

In these two short conversations, Celia Deane-Drummond takes up the question of life: of our living now and our living to come. Concepts that pose mysteries to traditional science are for Deane-Drummond fruitful ground for inquiry, meeting places for faith, reason, and observation. Read more

April 12, 2018

With a background in the applied health sciences and as a theologian in bioethics and the medical humanities, Dr. Ashley John Moyse approaches the topic of his lecture, the art of living for the technological age, from the perspective of our incarnated human being. For Moyse, it is vital that we approach our being as more than dead flesh waiting to be animated, but as soul spoken in bodily form. Read more

February 20, 2018

In this conversation with the BioLogos Foundation, Michael Burdett discusses the interplay of human being, technology, and biology, questioning the effects of technology upon our lives from top to bottom. Read more




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