Episode 322: Stanley Hauerwas and Will Willimon: The Day that Changed the World
Crackers and Grape Juice
Reflecting on the 20th anniversary of 9/11 with the godfathers of the podcast, Dr. Stanley Hauerwas and Reverend Dr. Will Willimon. Before you listen, do us a solid and help out the podcast.Head over to http://www.crackersandgrapejuice.com.Click on “Support the Show.”Become a patronSubscribe to CGJ+For peanuts, you can help us out….we appreciate it more than you can imagine.Follow us on the three-majors of social media:https://www.facebook.com/crackersnjuicehttps://twitter.com/crackersnjuicehttps://www.instagram.com/crackersandgrapejuice
More Christ Episode Thirty Two: Stanley Hauerwas: Christian Virtue and Character
Welcome to More Christ, where we seek to bring some of the world's most interesting and insightful guests to discuss life's central and abiding questions. In this thirty second episode in a series of discussions, I'm joined by Stanley Hauerwas. Stanley Martin Hauerwas is an American theologian, ethicist, and public intellectual. Hauerwas was a long time professor at Duke University, serving as the Gilbert T. Rowe Professor of Theological Ethics at Duke Divinity School with a joint appointment at the Duke University School of Law. In the fall of 2014, he also assumed a chair in theological ethics at the University of Aberdeen. Before moving to Duke and the University of Aberdeen, Hauerwas taught at the University of Notre Dame. Hauerwas is considered by many to be one of the world's most influential living theologians and was named "America's Best Theologian" by Time magazine in 2001. He was also the first American theologian to deliver the prestigious Gifford Lectures at the University of St. Andrews in Scotland in over forty years. His work is frequently read and debated by scholars in fields outside of religion or ethics, such as political philosophy, sociology, history, and literary theory. Hauerwas has achieved notability outside of academia as a public intellectual, even appearing on The Oprah Winfrey Show. Though Hauerwas is most well known for his work related to ethics and political theology, he has written widely on a range of subjects, including philosophical theology, political philosophy, the philosophy of social science, law, education, bioethics, and medical ethics. Hauerwas is known for his fierce criticism of liberal democracy, consumerism, and militarism. He is also a critic of both Christian fundamentalism and liberal Christianity. Hauerwas's work draws from a number of theological perspectives, including Methodism, Anabaptism, Anglicanism, and Catholicism. Among his most important contributions to modern theology are his advocacy of and work related to virtue ethics and postliberal theology. Hauerwas's book, A Community of Character: Toward a Constructive Christian Social Ethic, was named as one of the one hundred most important books on religion in the 20th century by Christianity Today. His most widely known book, however, is likely Resident Aliens: Life in the Christian Colony, which was co-written with William Willimon.
S2E5: “What Could Possibly Produce Someone with a Soul That Shallow?”: Stanley Hauerwas
Tokens with Lee C. Camp
Stanley Hauerwas was once dubbed by Time Magazine with the moniker, “America’s Greatest Theologian.” This is ironic because he’s spent much of his life criticizing American Christianity. Join us for our evening with Stanley, a beloved, profane, beautifully grumpy theologian, as he shares about non-violence, the story of Billy Dick, and a brief commentary on Christians and Donald Trump. PLUS: Stanley Hauerwas makes his acting debut with a stand-up comedy with the Tokens Radio Players.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode of Teaching Peace, Addie Banks and Jason Storbakken talk with Stanley Hauerwas about the ethics and theology of peacebuilding. Hauerwas is the Gilbert T. Rowe Professor Emeritus of Divinity and Law at Duke University. He is considered to be one of the world's most influential living theologians and was named "America's Best Theologian" by Time magazine in 2001. www.brooklynpeace.center
10. Stanley Hauerwas and the Truthfulness of Peace
Burt's Books 30x30
In his 1983 work on Christian ethics "The Peaceable Kingdom," theologian Stanley Hauerwas gives a scathing critique of modernity and proposes that an ethic based in narrative is the only way to develop a people with the virtues necessary to live peaceably.
Chris Breslin speaks w/ Dr. Stanley Hauerwas’ on the recent passing of his friend, Jean Vanier, the life of the church in the era of Trump, and what it means to become people of virtue & character. Dave Fitch shares the ways that Dr. Hauerwas has shaped his life & work and also shares his most recent book project, The Church of Us vs. Them. Dr. Hauerwas also reads a chapter on the virtue of Justice from his recent book of letters to his Godson. Featured music by Deeper Well Music Collective’s Volume III.
Episode 2 -- Without Apology (with Stanley Hauerwas)
For Episode #2 of You Are Not Accepted, Stan the Man joins Johanna, Jason, and Teer to discuss the theology of preaching— and why dumbing things down for people just makes for dumb people— from his book Without Apology.On each episode of 'You're Not Accepted,' we will discuss a different essay from the one and only Stanley Hauerwas. That’s right, the Hauerwas Mafia is going full Hauerwas! Stan the man will join us periodically and we will do our best to contain Jason the fanboy. So, that is what you need to know about today’s episode. Enjoy. https://crackersandgrapejuice.com/show/youre-not-accepted/ https://www.facebook.com/crackersnjuice https://twitter.com/crackersnjuice https://www.instagram.com/crackersandgrapejuice/
Episode 243: Stanley Hauerwas— You Are Not Accepted
Crackers and Grape Juice
You're Not Accepted.That is a hard truth to swallow. Today’s episode is a preview for you, a tasting if you will, of our latest project; 'You’re Not Accepted.' The podcast formerly known as Hermeneutics has received a makeover since we finished our examination of the theological alphabet. For our first episode of 'You're Not Accepted,' we talked with Stanley about his essay in Minding the Web entitled “Preaching in the Ruins.”On each episode of 'You're Not Accepted,' we will discuss a different essay from the one and only Stanley Hauerwas. That’s right, the Hauerwas Mafia is going full Hauerwas! Stan the man will join us periodically and we will do our best to contain Jason the fanboy. So, that is what you need to know about today’s episode. Enjoy.https://crackersandgrapejuice.com/show/youre-not-accepted/https://www.facebook.com/crackersnjuicehttps://twitter.com/crackersnjuicehttps://www.instagram.com/crackersandgrapejuice/