Moral Figures: Jesus vs. Hitler
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Moral Figures: Jesus vs. Hitler

Before the mid 20th century Jesus Christ was the most potent moral figure in the Western imagination. We decided collectively what goodness was with reference to him. Whether or not you were a believer, his moral authority was pretty much unimpeachable. Since 1945 the most potent moral figure in Western …

Theologians in Conversation: Henri Gagey and Tom O’Loughlin discuss the Second Vatican Council
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Theologians in Conversation: Henri Gagey and Tom O’Loughlin discuss the Second Vatican Council

[Music] Hello and welcome to the University of Nottingham and the Department of Theology and Religious Studies. Theology is very much a science of conversations. It’s conversations between theologians and conversations between theologians and faithful. And here today, I have a French theologian, Dr. Henri Gagey who is the Professor …

A Society Without Belief - Jonathan Bowden
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A Society Without Belief – Jonathan Bowden

you cannot have a society where death has no meaning it is like a family and you cannot have a society which places itself upon the absence of the religious urge however you define that urge and whatever system you use because you will end up with a society which …

Understanding Religions
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Understanding Religions

what is the nature of reality what is the meaning of our existence what is our ultimate fate what is the nature of morality it is in the context of religion that human beings have engaged with what seemed to be the most fundamental questions impinging on human life one …

Aleksandr Dugin on Millennials, Modernity and Religion
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Aleksandr Dugin on Millennials, Modernity and Religion

so mr. dookey what would you say are the most important questions or challenges that are facing the millennial generation today particularly within the Western world I think that's one of the bank and the most important time of for Humanity so that is the chance privilege but understand there …

Bishop Barron on Modernity and Morality
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Bishop Barron on Modernity and Morality

one of the most significant fault lines in cultural history opened up in the 16th and 17th centuries with the emergence of a characteristically modern way of approaching life thinkers such as Descartes and Leibniz in Spinoza and Conte and Jefferson and many others really affected a sea change in …