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.
A new thing that I am really excited about for 2020 is the Pilgrim Faith podcast. Hosted by Joseph Minich over on the Davenant Institute YouTube channel, it will be reflecting upon difficult questions for contemporary Christians, through in-depth conversations and explorations of a variety of issues.
Joseph Minich is a good friend of mine, a thinker I admire, and someone with a peculiar gift for addressing issues of doubt and theological struggle. I heartily commend his podcast and hope that you join me in following it.
Joseph invited me on the podcast to discuss issues of gender and God’s two books. Watch our conversation here!
Any thoughts on the recent research on decreased rates of sex among under 30s, especially men? I would particularly be interested in any thoughts you might have on what it suggests about relations between men and women in society today.
I was recently invited onto the Via Media podcast by Gerald McDermott, to discuss aspects of a theology of the sexes. You can listen to the episode here.
I was invited to speak on the Generations podcast a few weeks ago. They have just posted the episode, in which Kevin Swanson and I discuss issues related to gender dysphoria, intersex, and transgender identities.
The following video is an answer to a Curious Cat question, an over-ambitious attempt to answer a huge question that deserves detailed analysis off the top of my head. Continue to leave your questions in the comments on this blog, over on Curious Cat, or you can email me if you have my address.
The second installment in my daily answers to questions… Continue reading “Why is it the Man rather than the Woman who Leaves Father and Mother in Genesis 2:24?”