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Is Theology Dead? - A GCAS Series


Course
Creston Davis

Modules

Here is the course outline:

Lecture 1 - William Desmond

In this lecture William Desmond frames an approach to theology and philosophy that addresses the question: Is Theology Dead?

Lecture 1 - William Desmond

Lecture 2 - Catherine Keller

In this lecture Catherine Keller approaches the question from the perspective of her academic scholarship and from her life experience.

Lecture 2 - Catherine Keller

Lecture 3 - John D. Caputo

In this lecture John D. Caputo addresses the question: Is Theology Dead? from the perspective of his philosophical and theological work.

Lecture 3 - John D. Caputo

Lecture 4 - Jeffrey W. Robbins

In this lecture Jeffrey W. Robbins approaches the question "Is Theology Dead?" from a Radical Theological perspective.

Lecture 4 - Jeffrey W. Robbins

Lecture 5 - Agata Bielik-Robson

A leading professor in religion and philosophy, Agata Bielik-Robson approaches the question: Is Theology Dead? from the perspective of feminism and literature.

Lecture 5 Agata Bielik-Robson

Lecture 6 - Clayton Crockett

In this lecture Clayton Crockett addresses the question: Is Theology Dead? from the perspective of Continental Philosophy of Religion.

Lecture 6 - Clayton Crockett

Lecture 7 - Richard Kearney

Prof. Kearney approaches the question: Is Theology Dead? from the perspective of his recent book, Anatheism.

Lecture 7 - Richard Kearney

Lecture 8 - Creston Davis

In this lecture, Creston Davis turns the question around: Why isn't Theology Dead?

Lecture 8 Creston Davis
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