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The Logos Institute for Analytic and Exegetical Theology at the University of St Andrews aims to bring together conversations between philosophy, biblical studies, and theology in the academy. See more content at our blog - http://blogos.wp.st-andrews.ac.uk

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The Logos Institute for Analytic and Exegetical Theology at the University of St Andrews aims to bring together conversations between philosophy, biblical studies, and theology in the academy. See more content at our blog - http://blogos.wp.st-andrews.ac.uk

    Thomas Williams on Anselm and Atonement, Episode III

    Thomas Williams on Anselm and Atonement, Episode III

    In this episode of the Logos institute Podcast, we (Jason Stigall and Parker Haratine) complete our interview with Thomas Williams (Professor of Philosophy at University of South Florida) on Anselm of Canterbury’s doctrine of atonement. If you are interested in looking ahead, here are several time stamps:

    Beginning - 8:43 — Background and motivation for Anselm’s work atonement.
    843-15:23 — Anselm’s doctrine of atonement in a nutshell.
    15:23- 25:10 — Christ’s self offering of infinite worth and the infinite demerit sin causes.
    25:10 -29:30 — Honouring God.
    29:30 - End — Life in the mean time and human purpose.


    To learn more about the Logos Institute, visit our webpage at logos.wp.st-andrews.ac.uk. And don't forget to follow us on our blog where we post content from friends of the Institute at blogos.wp.st-andrews.ac.uk. You can also find us on Twitter (@TheologyStAs) and Facebook: www.facebook.com/TheologyStAs/?fb…Oc4Pz4P0qkCrfO_w

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    • 39 min
    Thomas Williams on Anselm Part II

    Thomas Williams on Anselm Part II

    In this episode, Parker Haratine and Jason Stigall continue their chat with Dr Thomas Williams, Professor of Philosophy at the University of South Florida, about St Anselm of Canterbury and his ontological argument for the existence of God.

    To learn more about the Logos Institute, visit our webpage at logos.wp.st-andrews.ac.uk. And don't forget to follow us on our blog where we post content from friends of the Institute at blogos.wp.st-andrews.ac.uk. You can also find us on Twitter (@TheologyStAs) and Facebook: www.facebook.com/TheologyStAs/?fb…Oc4Pz4P0qkCrfO_w

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    • 31 min
    Thomas Williams on Anselm Part I

    Thomas Williams on Anselm Part I

    In this episode, Parker Haratine and Jason Stigall chat with Dr Thomas Williams, Professor of Philosophy at the University of South Florida, about St Anselm of Canterbury and his ontological argument for the existence of God.

    If you are interested in looking ahead, here are a few timestamps to help:

    0-4:10 - Introduction and Thomas’s background
    4:10 - Context for ontological argument
    8:40 - The reason of faith, ratio fidei
    19:15 - Standard construal of the ontological argument
    23:35 - Prof. Williams’ reading of the ontological argument
    32:10 - Our concept and knowledge of God

    To learn more about the Logos Institute, visit our webpage at logos.wp.st-andrews.ac.uk. And don't forget to follow us on our blog where we post content from friends of the Institute at blogos.wp.st-andrews.ac.uk. You can also find us on Twitter (@TheologyStAs) and Facebook: www.facebook.com/TheologyStAs/?fb…Oc4Pz4P0qkCrfO_w

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    • 39 min
    Jonathan Rutledge on Forgiveness and Atonement - Part 2

    Jonathan Rutledge on Forgiveness and Atonement - Part 2

    In this episode of the Logos Institute Podcast, we (Joanna Leidenhag & Parker Haratine) continue our interview with Jonathan Rutledge about his forthcoming book on Forgiveness and Atonement. We pick up our conversation on forgiveness, Jonathan’s own account of forgiveness, and various theories of atonement. We conclude our interview with an overview and discussion of Jonathan's model of atonement. If you're interested in looking ahead, here are a few time stamps to help:

    1:17 - Various definitions of forgiveness

    4:10 - A review of Jonathan’s account of forgiveness

    6:25 - Question about the scope of Jonathan’s account of forgiveness & the role of axiology (considerations about value) in his account 

    10:10 - What does a model of atonement need to address?

    12:00 - What aspects of disunion or relationship fracture are accounts of atonement trying to address?

    16:43 - The relationship between various notions of justice and accounts of atonement
    19:45 - Restorative justice
    22:15 - Restorative justice vs. Retributive justice
    27:30 - ‘Exemplarist’ models of atonement
    30:01 - Jonathan’s model of atonement

    To learn more about the Logos Institute, visit our webpage at logos.wp.st-andrews.ac.uk. And don't forget to follow us on our blog where we post content from friends of the Institute at blogos.wp.st-andrews.ac.uk. You can also find us on Twitter (@TheologyStAs) and Facebook: www.facebook.com/TheologyStAs/?fb…Oc4Pz4P0qkCrfO_w

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    • 42 min
    Jonathan Rutledge on Forgiveness - Part 1

    Jonathan Rutledge on Forgiveness - Part 1

    In this episode of the Logos Institute Podcast, we (Joanna Leidenhag & Parker Haratine) interview Jonathan Rutledge and discuss his forthcoming book on Atonement and Forgiveness. We focus on forgiveness and discuss what makes a good account of forgiveness, whether forgiveness requires that one loves her enemies, perceived wrongs, and the relationship of anger and forgiveness. This is only part 1 of the interview, so we have much more to come. If you're interested in looking ahead, here are a few time stamps to help:

    6:35 - General account of forgiveness and atonement
    10:00 - Value-driven account
    19:45 - Theological intuitions and reflective equilibrium
    25:20 - Love and forgiveness
    29:20 - Actual and perceived wrongs
    33:50 - Anger, resentment, and forgiveness


    To learn more about the Logos Institute, visit our webpage at logos.wp.st-andrews.ac.uk. And don't forget to follow us on our blog where we post content from friends of the Institute at blogos.wp.st-andrews.ac.uk. You can also find us on Twitter (@TheologyStAs) and Facebook: www.facebook.com/TheologyStAs/?fb…Oc4Pz4P0qkCrfO_w


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    • 39 min
    Jc Beall on The Contradictory Christ - part 2

    Jc Beall on The Contradictory Christ - part 2

    In this episode of the Logos Institute Podcast, we (Jonathan Rutledge & Joanna Leidenhag) continue with the second and final part of our interview with Prof Jc Beall about his recent book, The Contradictory Christ (Oxford University Press). We pick up our discussion regarding the contrast between the relative identity account and his own contradictory account of christology. If you're interested in looking ahead, here are a few time stamps to help:

    1:00 - Relative Identity accounts of christology
    6:52 – Jc Beall’s own account of christology
    10:10 – What are reasons in favour of Beall’s christological account?
    10:58 - The virtue of simplicity for Beall’s account
    15:00 – The virtue of avoiding ad hoc changes in meaning
    16:07 – The virtue of metaphysical neutrality
    18:50 – Follow up question about metaphysical neutrality
    23:40 – Virtue of balancing out christology ‘from above and below’
    27:49 – ‘Takeaways’ from this account of the Contradictory Christ
    30:25 – Points of further application and research for this work


    To learn more about the Logos Institute, visit our webpage at logos.wp.st-andrews.ac.uk. And don't forget to follow us on our blog where we post content from friends of the Institute at blogos.wp.st-andrews.ac.uk. You can also find us on Twitter (@TheologyStAs) and Facebook: www.facebook.com/TheologyStAs/?fb…Oc4Pz4P0qkCrfO_w


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    • 36 min

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18 Ratings

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Theologically Rich

Some important conversations with today’s leading theologians, Biblical exegetes, and philosophers. Enjoyable listen and easy to follow while still being theologically rich.

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Great new podcast with a lot of promise

The mire of Christian podcasts is extensive and ever-growing, and it is uncommon for one emerging from the academy to adequately reach the questions & concerns facing both people in the church pews and university students. This podcast has refreshingly succeeded in doing this, and it does so with a unique ability to engage with biblical scholarship, theology, and contemporary philosophy. Indeed, no other podcast boasts (aside from maybe Dale Tuggy's Trinities Podcast) such a wide range of analytic theologian involvement, especially when it comes to including and engaging with exegetes. Not only is it wide-ranging in this way, but its line-up of scholars includes guests from a range of Christian traditions and methodological starting points. Despite the technical sound issues in the early episodes, it is well worth heeding, and I look forward to what they do in the future.

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