David Bentley Hart in conversation with Tony Golsby-Smith - Part 3, Why did the wrong guy win?
Why did the wrong guy win? The Disastrous results of the rivalry between two visions of God Gospel Conversations welcomes you to the third talk on Gregory of Nyssa between Tony Golsby-Smith and David Bentley Hart. The towering genius of Augustine casts a long and too often dark shadow over western Christianity. What would Christianity have looked like if the equal genius of Gregory had achieved such dominance? Why did the wrong guy win? Tony and David rove over these questions in a riveting conversation. Don't forget to engage with us through our website or with our new social media platforms Website - www.gospel.conversations.com Twitter - https://twitter.com/gospelconv Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/gospelconversations/
The Relationship Between Christianity and Other Religions with David Bentley Hart
Discussion on perennialism, inclusivism and the nonsense of exclusivism with a special focus on relationship between Christianity and Chaitainya Vaishnavism (aka Hare Krishna Theology). "David Bentley Hart (born 1965) is an American philosopher and theologian whose work encompasses a wide range of subjects and genres. A prolific essayist, he has written on topics as diverse as art, literature, religion, philosophy, film, baseball, and politics. He is also an author of fiction. As a religious scholar, his work engages heavily with classical, medieval and continental European philosophy, philosophical and systematic theology, patristic texts, and South and East Asian culture, religion, and metaphysics. His translation of the New Testament was published in 2017." - Wikipedia Follow us on YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/c/TheologyUnleashed Discord - https://discord.gg/QGdhbRwn FaceBook - https://www.facebook.com/Theology.Unl... https://www.patreon.com/theologyunlea... Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/theologyunleashed --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/theologyunleashed/message
David Bentley Hart in conversation with Tony Golsby-Smith - Part 2, on Gregory & his Sister Macrina
Welcome to the second conversation between David and Tony on Gregory of Nyssa. ‘Gregory and his Sister on the Resurrection of all Humanity’ How a woman’s mind framed the gospel around the resurrection. In a sense that is the topic of David and Tony’s second conversation on Gregory of Nyssa. In this chat they discuss Gregory’s epic “On the Soul and the Resurrection’ which is structured as a dialogue between Gregory and his influential sister Macrina. In this dialogue Macrina is the teacher and Gregory is the dull and doubting learner. The context is poignant and personal as it is set in the immediate shadows of the death of their brother Basil, and in the imminent death of Macrina herself. Gregory is despondent in the face of this shadow of death. But Macrina leads him on a grand sweep from the beginning of all things in the mind of God to the end of all things in the ‘feast of the tabernacles’ when all mankind will be welcomed into the holy of holies. David explains why this is his favourite work on Gregory’s and how it builds an eschatological framework around the gospel unlike any others have since achieved.
David Bentley Hart in Conversation with Tony Golsby-Smith - Part 1, on Gregory of Nyssa
People all over the world are rediscovering the great 4th century theologian, Gregory of Nyssa. David Bentley Hart is an unabashed admirer of the great Cappadocian Father calling him the most innovative theologian of the early church. In this first of three interviews on Gregory’s thought and influence, David introduces us to Gregory and explains why he was the so-called ‘pillar of orthodoxy’ and yet was also a thinker who took the gospel into the widest realm of any of the church fathers. Along the way, Tony and David compare Gregory with Coleridge, and explore the poetic eloquence which distinguished Gregory. They dive in some detail into Gregory’s masterpiece, “On the Making of Humanity” and David explains just how Gregory did nothing more profound than invent a new Christ centred anthropology – and cosmology – that rocked the ancient world.
Philosophy without God (David Bentley Hart and Caner Dagli)
Renovatio: The Podcast
How should religious philosophers understand the methods and goals of modern philosophy? In this episode, Caner Dagli interviews David Bentley Hart on the state of philosophy and whether the believer can be hopeful about its future. They take on the fragmentation of science, philosophy, and art and discuss the consequences of the humanities being crowded out from intellectual life in pursuit of nearsighted economic ends. Caner K. Dagli is an associate professor of religious studies at College of the Holy Cross.David Bentley Hart is an Orthodox Christian philosophical theologian and cultural commentator.
#2043: The Merciful-Hearted God: David Bentley Hart [Rebroadcast]
Things Not Seen Podcast
This conversation with David Bentley Hart was our most-downloaded episode of 2020, and we are glad to return to its vital message of hope as the year draws to a close. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Episode 3: Gnosticism... It's Good (feat. David Bentley Hart)
Actually, It's Good
The boys talk to David Bentley Hart about Gnosticism and why it's actually good. Recommended Reading: David Bentley Hart, Theological Territories: A David Bentley Hart Digest (University of Notre Dame Press, 2020). Music: 1. Richard Hell & the Voidoids, "Blank Generation" 2. Juss James, "Sweet Jesus" Production: A.S. Wilson (aswilson.bandcamp.com)