Theopolis Podcast: Q&A Session (COVID-19 Thoughts, Writing Books, and Biblical Numbers)

Peter Leithart and I answer questions from listeners on COVID-19 and book-writing, and discuss the issue of numerology.

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‘Healing the Schism,’ with Dr Jennifer Rosner

This week Matt Anderson and I are joined by Dr Jennifer Rosner, to discuss her recent book about Jewish-Christian mutual understanding, Healing the Schism: Karl Barth, Franz Rosenzweig, and the New Jewish-Christian Encounter.

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The Complementarity of Men and Women (with Dr Paul Vitz)

Paul Vitz is the Professor Emeritus of Psychology at New York University. He is a Catholic scholar, whose work explores the relationship between psychology and Christian faith. He has recently edited a book, The Complementarity of Women and Men: Philosophy, Theology, Psychology & Art, with contributions from some leading Catholic voices in the conversation: J Budziszewski, Sr Prudence Allen, Deborah Savage, and Elizabeth Lev. He joins me to discuss the book and the differences and relation between the sexes more generally.

‘Ministers of Reconciliation,’ with Dr Matthew Kim

Mere FidelityAndrew Wilson and I were joined by Dr Matthew Kim to discuss a new book to which he is a contributor: Ministers of Reconciliation: Preaching on Race and the Gospel.

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