Interview with Jonathan Totty about Gregory Palamas

Gregory Palamas was a monk of Mount Athos in Greece and later the archbishop of Thessaloniki, known as a preeminent theologian of Hesychasm.  Paul and Jonathan discuss the significance of Palamas as a point of departure from the Latin tradition.

Music: Bensound

Discussion with Jonathan Totty about C.S. Lewis’ Perelandra

Paul and Jonathan Totty have a conversation about C.S. Lewis’ Perelandra. The nature of evil, the atonement, God’s creative purposes, are all part of this discussion about the second book in Lewis’ Space Trilogy.

Music: Bensound

Conversation with Jonathan Totty about Sarah Coakley’s “God, Sexuality and the Self”

Paul and Jonathan Totty have a conversation about Sarah Coakley’s God, Sexuality and the Self.

Music: Bensound

Interview with the Author of “On the Edges of Elfland”, David Mosley – Part 2

David Mosley has written and published on the intersection between art and theology. In this conversation he compares and contrasts Tolkien and Lewis and describes their particular strengths. He also locates their work in a particular theological understanding.

Part 2 of 2

Music: Bensound

Interview with the Author of “On the Edges of Elfland”, David Mosley

David Mosley has written and published on the intersection between art and theology. In this conversation he compares and contrasts Tolkien and Lewis and describes their particular strengths. He also locates their work in a particular theological understanding.

Part 1 of 2

Music: Bensound

Conversation with Jonathan Totty on Kierkegaard’s Philosophical Fragments

Paul and Jonathan Totty talk about Kierkegaard’s pseudonym Johannes Climacus, and how he travels a road very similar to Zizek and Lacan. The difference of course is that Kierkegaard moves beyond Climacus to a full blown Christianity. The question is if his criticism of Hegelian Christians as falling short applies to the contemporary scence.

Music: Bensound