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This episode welcomes the remarks of longtime Villanova Philosopher and Theologian Dr. John Caputo as he describes his approach to what he calls Radical, or Weak Theology. Based on the work of German philosopher Schelling, Dr. Caputo posits whether existence can make itself worthy of the Name of God.

In this episode, Eric Kindler sits down with Massimo Faggioli, Professor of Theology at Villanova University, and young adult fiction author and New York Times Op-ed contributor Patricia McCormick to discuss the effects of the sexual abuse crisis in the catholic church from a academic and personal perspective.

This episode contains the second part of Dr. Delio's lecture, "Doing Theology in an Unfinished Universe," so if you haven't already, be sure to listen to part 1!

The first part of a lecture from Sr. Ilia Delio, Villanova University's Connely Chair Professor of Systematic Theology, on the significance of modern science and cosmology for theological reflection today.

Elisha Chi talks with Carey Walsh, Hebrew Bible professor at Villanova University, about the Old Testament, chaos, tragedy, and ostriches!

Jacob talks with Eric Aldieri about a classic text in the Christian Anarchist tradition: "The Kingdom of God is Within You" (1894) by the Russian novelist and thinker Leo Tolstoy.

Jacob talks with Eric Aldieri about a classic text in the Christian Anarchist tradition: "The Kingdom of God is Within You" (1894) by the Russian novelist and thinker Leo Tolstoy.

Brandon Ambrosino interviews James Martin, SJ on his new book, Building a Bridge! The conversation focuses on dialogue between the Catholic Church and the LGBT community.

Brandon Ambrosino interviews James Martin, SJ on his new book, Building a Bridge! The conversation focuses on dialogue between the Catholic Church and the LGBT community.

This episode features a 2016 roundtable on race, theology, and religion with Katie Grimes and Vincent Lloyd.