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)
Ep. 108 - Dr. David Bentley Hart "That All Shall Be Saved"
Guest Info/BIo:This week I have a fascinating conversation with Dr. David Bentley Hart on his new book That All Shall Be Saved: Heaven, Hell, and Universal Salvation. Dr. Hart has held positions at numerous universities including St. Louis University, University of Virginia, Duke University, and Providence College. His specialities are philosophical theology, systematics, patristics, classical and continental philosophy, and Asian religion. Dr. Hart has published numerous books and over 450 articles in such scholarly journals as Modern Theology, The Scottish Journal of Theology, and Pro Ecclesia, as well as in such trade publications as The Times Literary Supplement, The Wall Street Journal, First Things, and Commonweal. In 2011 he was awarded the Michael Ramsey Prize of the Church of England. (Select) Guest Publications: Atheist Delusions: The Christian Revolution and Its Fashionable Enemies; The Hidden and the Manifest: Essays in Theology and Metaphysics; The Story of Christianity: A History of 2000 Years of The Christian Faith; The Experience of God: Being, Consciousness, Bliss; The New Testament: A Translation; and That All Shall Be Saved: Heaven, Hell, and Universal Salvation. Guest Links:https://www.amazon.com/David-Bentley-Hart/e/B001JRTRC0%3Fref=dbs_a_mng_rwt_scns_shareSpecial Music By: Dead Horses www.deadhorses.net Instagram: @deadhorseswiTwitter: @deadhorseswiFacebook: https://m.facebook.com/deadhorseswiEnjoy the music?Songs heard on this episode were: “Turntable” from the album My Mother the Moon; “Lay me Down” from the album Space and Time; and “All I Ever Wanted” & “Mighty Storm” from the EP Birds. You can find Dead Horses music on iTunes, Apple Music, Spotify, YouTube, or anywhere good music is sold!This episode of the Deconstructionists Podcast was edited by John Williamson and mixed and produced by Nicholas Rowe at National Audio Preservation Society: A full service recording studio and creative habitat, located in Heath, Ohio. Find them on Facebook and Twitter or visit their website for more information: www.nationalaudiopreservationsociety.weebly.com Stay on top of all of the latest at www.thedeconstructionists.com Go there to check out our blog, snag a t-shirt, or follow us on social mediaJoin our Patreon family here: www.patreon.com/deconstructionists Website by Ryan BattlesAll photos by Jared HevronLogos designed by Joseph Ernst & Stephen PfluigT-shirt designs by Joseph Ernst, Chad Flannigan, Colin Rigsby, and Jason Turner. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/the-deconstructionists/donationsAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
David Bentley Hart – That All Shall Be Saved Will all be saved? What is the teaching of the 5th ecumenical council on apokatastasis? Does the Bible condemn universalism? These questions, and many others, will be answered by Dr. David Bentley Hart.
Episode 40-A Word About Universalism Part 2: David Bentley Hart and "That All Shall Be Saved"
A Word About God
David Bentley Hart is one of the leading voices in the recent resurgence of universalism. Compared to his extreme intelligence and brilliant writing, Nate is a dum-dum. However, no matter how smart Hart may be, anyone armed with half a brain and (most importantly) the Word of God, you can start to see that when it comes to his belief that all people will be saved and hell is simply some sort of personal experience we go through on earth, welp...even this dum-dum can see that he's flat-out wrong. In this episode, Nate reviews Hart's book, That All Shall Be Saved: Heaven, Hell and Universal Salvation. What we see is that Hart's attempt to support universalism relies on taking Bible verses out of context (or ignoring other ones altogether), pretending that universalism was a valid belief in the historical church, and, mostly, on making people who disagree with him look dumb. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/a-word-about-god/support
Episode 267 - David Bentley Hart : We Are The Worst Of All
Crackers and Grape Juice
The one, the only David Bentley Hart joins Jason and Dr. Johanna Hartelius to talk about his latest book, Theological Territories: A David Bentley Hart Digest. In particular, we talk about an essay included in the Digest that's timely for our current cultural moment of historical re-examination, "The Story of the Nameless: The Use and Abuse of History for Theology."
#2010 - The Merciful-Hearted God: David Bentley Hart
Things Not Seen Podcast
Our guest David Bentley Hart believes that Christians have made a centuries-long error around the question of Hell. His recent book, That All Shall Be Saved, offers a hope-filled correction. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices