Religion & Spirituality:Religion
In this second talk for Breakfast with Jesus Tony summarises the devastating critique by Michael Sandel on the way that Calvinism has laid the groundwork for inequality and a ‘winner/loser’ society in modern America.
Tony connects this idea to the prophet Jeremiah – strangely enough – and to the previous talk on the ‘first fruits’ model as an alternative to the included/excluded model implicit in Calvinism.
What is the worst translation in the bible?
Breakfast with Jesus - #5 - What God Really Wants
Breakfast with Jesus - #4 - Jeremiah and Homer; a Surprising contrast
Breakfast with Jesus - #3 - Jeremiah and the Angry God?
Habbakkuk: Exodus as an alternative paradigm on redemption
Habakkuk and Redemption: An Alternative Paradigm
Breakfast with Jesus - #1 - First Fruits in Jeremiah
Habakkuk- Hope in Dark Times
David Bentley Hart in conversation with Tony Golsby-Smith - Part 3, Why did the wrong guy win?
David Bentley Hart in conversation with Tony Golsby-Smith - Part 2, on Gregory & his Sister Macrina
David Bentley Hart in Conversation with Tony Golsby-Smith - Part 1, on Gregory of Nyssa
Talk 4. Knowledge at Work: Practical stories of Faith, Hope and Love from the world of work and big change.
Knowledge is not facts, it’s a Person: Faith, hope and love in 1 Corinthians
Faith, Hope and Love as ‘ways of knowing’.
Mark Strom: Knowledge as Faith, Hope and Love – not data & information
The modern battleground for the soul: Mark Ridgeway on ai - talk 2
Modern battleground for the soul: Mark Ridgeway - ai talk 1
My quest for reality- a dialogue with Esther Meek
John Walton: Order not sin - part 2
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