Tag: Paul Tillich

The Christian Humanist Podcast, Episode #175: Listener Feedback

The Christian Humanists answer listener emails. [02:07-05:50] Speaking about things Greek [05:50-13:30] The Christian Humanist Journal [13:30-16:48] A Defense of a Sequel [16:49-22:25] Christian Existentialism [22:27-26:03] Greetings from Trinity Western [26:05-32:04] Hobbits and Tolkien [32:05-34:34] Tillich and Laches [34:34-37:50] Faustus [37:50-41:16] Silence

Christian Humanist Profiles 12: Structuralism, Modern Literature, and Christianity

Anyone who’s spent any time at all with the New Testament is familiar with the opening sentences of the Gospel of John: “In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. He was in the beginning with God. All things came into being through Him, and apart…

The Christian Humanist Podcast, Episode #120: God Is Dead?

General Introduction – A bunch of listener feedback – Nathan defends the dark ages – Is country music rural? – More on metamodernism – Signifying rappers with David Foster Wallace – Episodes on spiritual disciples? – David Godot The Gay Science – Translating fröliche – Shattering boundaries – Nietzsche and homosexuality – The dismal science…

The Christian Humanist, Episode #28.1: Heidegger

General Introduction – Where’s David Grubbs? – A change in plans – Listener feedback – Forgive our pink noise (it goes away quickly, I promise) Reading Being and Time – The heady days of spring 2009 – Why we’re both incompetent Heidegger’s Position in Philosophical History – Gilgamesh and death – Finitude as definition of…

A Primer on Religious Existentialism, Pt. 7: The Draw

Thus far in this series, I haven’t really discussed any theologian who might be rightly considered an existentialist, as opposed to an influence or proto-existentialist. (The exception is Karl Barth, whom I’ve brought up several times and who is existentialist to the core.) Having, I think, demonstrated the importance of religious sources for early formulations…