Theology - Topics

The Thoughts and Works of John Locke

By John Perry

John Perry discusses the thoughts and works of John Locke trough the three questions that Locke endeavours to address: What should I believe? (Epistemology) What should I do? (Ethics) and How should we live together? (Politics).

John Locke was an English philosopher who also wrote widely on education, economics, theology and medicine. He is best known for his Two Treatises of Government and Essay Concerning Human Understanding. His work is characterised by opposition to authoritarianism and an approach to the collection and classification of knowledge, which has come to be known as empiricism.

Post Modern Philosophy and Theology

By Marcus Pound

Marcus Pound discusses Postmodern Philosophy and Theology, the problem with meta- narrative and its importance for theology.

Theological Aesthetics and Art

By Ben Quash

Ben Quash unpacks Theological Aesthetics by exploring its roots, its time in the wilderness, its resurgence as a relevant theological study in the 20th century and its depiction through art.

Paul Tillich. Part 1.

By Russell Re Manning

Russell Re Manning discusses Paul Tillich and the influence of German idealism particularly Schelling and his theology of correlation.

Paul Tillich was a German-American philosopher and theologian. He rejected inadequate concepts of God in pursuit of a grander vision, which he came to call 'the ground of being' and 'ultimate concern', and through which he confronted the existentialist threat of non-being. He emphasised the role of 'true' revelatory symbols (he included Christ among these) as a reasonable expressions of the infinite through the finite.

Paul Tillich. Part 2.

By Russell Re Manning

Russell Re Manning discusses Paul Tillich.

Paul Tillich was a German-American philosopher and theologian. He rejected inadequate concepts of God in pursuit of a grander vision, which he came to call 'the ground of being' and 'ultimate concern', and through which he confronted the existentialist threat of non-being. He emphasised the role of 'true' revelatory symbols (he included Christ among these) as a reasonable expressions of the infinite through the finite.

Liberation Theology and Radical Christianity

By Christopher Rowland

Christopher Rowland discusses Latin American liberation theology, radical Christianity and politics.

Catholic Social Teaching

By Anna Rowlands

Anna Rowlands discusses Catholic social teaching.

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