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The Gospel of John. Part 2 Major Theological Themes.

By Paula Gooder

Paula Gooder discusses the major theological themes in John's gospel. We apologise that this video has its presentation impaired by a visual subscription notice. The sound is not affected. We have decided to leave the video on as we seek to rectify the problem. In the meantime, sorry for any inconvenience. 

Karl Barth and Contemporary Theology

By Tom Greggs

Tom Greggs discusses the contemporary relevance of Karl Barth's theology.

Karl Barth was a Swiss reformed theologian who stressed the 'wholly otherness of God'. Best remembered for his Church Dogmatics and Commentary on the Epistle to the Romans, he argued that the essence of the Christian message is the overwhelming love of a transcendent God who is completely free from domestication yet nevertheless offers revelation, freedom and grace.

Luce Irigaray

By Isabelle Hamley

Isabelle Hamley discusses the philosopher Luce Irigaray and her importance for feminist theology.

Luce Irigaray is a Belgian-born French philosopher, linguist, psychoanalyst and feminist who analyses the uses and misuses of language in relation to women. She explores the exclusion of women from culture, the relegation of the feminine to physical matter, and the assimilation of women to male subjectivity. Her works include Speculum of the Other Woman and This Sex Which is Not One. Her later thinking considers the possible construction of a female subject and the context necessary for equal relationship between the two sexes.

Alvin Plantinga. Part 1.

By Daniel Hill

Daniel Hill discusses the influential Christian philosopher Alvin Plantinga.

Enlightenment—Its Origins and Implications

By Tim Hull

Tim Hull discusses the origins and implications of the Enlightenment.

Exploration of the Faith verses Reason argument

By Tim Hull

Tim Hull explores the Faith verses Reason argument by discussing the argument from early philosophers to present day thinking by principally referring to Plato's image of someone emerging from a cave.

Miracles and Human Misconceptions

By Tim Hull

Tim Hull discusses the relevance of miracles and the human misconceptions that surround their existence.

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