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The Antithesis exists to clarify the difference Christianity and every system, worldview, and religion. Armed with a big vision of God and a passion for divine grace, we help listeners to understand sound biblical doctrine and to distinguish it from ideologies that seek to take us captive (Colossians 2:8). Our burden is defensive but also offensive: we seek the destruction of intellectual and behavioral strongholds in order that we would taste the joy of a mind set free by Christ (2 Corinthi ...
 
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Faith Angle brings together top scholars and leading journalists for smart conversations around some of the most profound questions in the public square. Rather than a current-events debrief, our goal is a substantive conversation one notch beneath the surface, drawing out how religious convictions manifest themselves in American culture and public life.
 
Hosted by Dr. Aaron Rothstein and featuring expert guests, Searching for Medicine’s Soul explores medicine’s purpose: Why do physicians do what they do? How does the practice of medicine relate to scientific progress and human flourishing? The result is an in-depth analysis of the history and aim of medicine, and its collision with a thrilling and sometimes tragic age of discovery.
 
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Lively conversations with professors, fellows, scholars, and friends of the University of Notre Dame's de Nicola Center for Ethics and Culture. The Center is committed to sharing the richness of the Catholic moral and intellectual tradition through teaching, research, and public engagement, at the highest level and across a range of disciplines. For more information visit http://ethicscenter.nd.edu
 
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The Wabash Center for Teaching and Learning in Theology and Religion

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Dialogue on Teaching, hosted by Nancy Lynne Westfield, Ph.D., is the monthly podcast of The Wabash Center for Teaching and Learning in Theology and Religion. Amplifying the Wabash Center’s mission, the podcast focuses upon issues of teaching and learning in theology and religion within colleges, universities and seminaries. The podcast series will feature dialogues with faculty teaching in a wide range of institutional contexts. The conversation will illumine the teaching life.Webinar Produc ...
 
Conversations with journalists, pastoral leaders, activists, theologians, and scholars from across the globe who are working on the forefront of issues affecting the Catholic Church in the southern hemisphere—Asia, Africa, and Latin America. Based at DePaul University, the Center for World Catholicism & Intercultural Theology (CWCIT) is a leading center of research and reflection on the Church in the global South; it hosts visiting scholars each year, publishes the Studies in World Catholici ...
 
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Welcome to The Antithesis with Dr. Owen Strachan. Social Justice is one of the major topics of our times. With the recent verdict in the Rittenhouse case, Dr. Strachan revisits the topic of Biblical Justice over and against Social Justice, calling on Christians to seek the things that are above. Order “Christianity and Wokeness” here! Follow Dr. St…
 
Welcome to The Antithesis with Owen Strachan. In this episode, Dr. Strachan discusses the biblical view of womanhood...a subject that is much-discussed and often misunderstood in out current social climate. Order “Christianity and Wokeness” here! Follow Dr. Strachan and The Antithesis on Twitter. If you like what you hear on The Antithesis, be sure…
 
Christopher Beha is the author of a memoir, The Whole Five Feet, and the novels Arts & Entertainments and What Happened to Sophie Wilder. His latest novel, The Index of Self-Destructive Acts, was nominated for the 2020 National Book Award. He is the editor of Harper’s Magazine. Special Guest: Christopher Beha. Links: Author's Homepage: Christopher …
 
CWCIT director Bill Cavanaugh speaks with Paul Gifford, emeritus professor of the study of religions at the School of Oriental & African Studies (SOAS), University of London, about contemporary Catholicism on the African continent. Among the topics they cover are the Catholic Church in Africa's huge involvement with development, its relative lack o…
 
Too often the work of those who create, compose, build, or choreograph are not supported by our academic institutions. Many scholars pursuit their artistic passions in their “spare time” leaving their teaching and institutional life unfulfilled. Burn out is common. Narrowly defined, legitimacy of scholarship is strangling possibility and new vision…
 
Welcome to the Antithesis. On this episode, Dr. Strachan discusses the crucial topic of the Trinity. Order “Christianity and Wokeness” here! Follow Dr. Strachan and The Antithesis on Twitter. If you like what you hear on The Antithesis, be sure to subscribe on your favorite podcasting platform! Check out the B.A.R. Network for more amazing, theolog…
 
At a time when theological educational institutions are struggling, the mainline church is floundering, and we are still disoriented by the racial pandemic, the viral pandemic, and afraid of the near future, what is flourishing? How would we teach differently if theological education was seen as a critical enterprise for creating a better world dur…
 
Learner based pedagogies must constantly ask the question - “who is our learner?” Answering this question brings the startling realization that first career, entering students do not know classrooms without the internet. Unlike the teacher, those learners do not know a world other than the current age. Their cultural formation is drastically differ…
 
In this episode of the Faith Angle podcast, Edward Luce of Financial Times sits down with Bernard-Henri Levy to discuss Bernard's newest book, The Will to See: Dispatches from a World of Misery and Hope. Guests Bernard-Henri Levy Edward Luce Additional Reading The Will to See by Bernard-Henri Levy The Retreat of Western Liberalism by Edward Luce…
 
A chat with Alex Jones, co-founder and CEO of Hallow, the #1 Catholic app for prayer, meditation, music, and sleep. From the introduction to Hallow: "This is the idea behind Hallow: provide a simple, easy-to-use mobile app that helps us foster a relationship with God and the peace of prayer through guided prayer and meditation. Hallow is a simple w…
 
Writing is part of the scholarly teaching life yet few of us have been trained to write well. Many of us have published articles and books without benefit of reflection upon our writing identities and our writing voices. It takes time to embrace the genuine writing voices and courage to write for resistance, liberation, and incarnation. What does i…
 
Dr. Farr Curlin and Professor Christopher Tollefsen join Aaron to discuss their new book: The Way of Medicine: Ethics and the Healing Profession. They address the purpose of medicine, physician burnout, patient and physician autonomy, conscientious objection, and the future of the profession. The Way of Medicine: Ethics and the Healing Profession P…
 
Welcome to the Antithesis. On this episode, Dr. Strachan talks about God's love and care for His people. Christians are always held tightly in God's sovereign hands. Order “Christianity and Wokeness” here! Follow Dr. Strachan and The Antithesis on Twitter. If you like what you hear on The Antithesis, be sure to subscribe on your favorite podcasting…
 
Who do we want our students to become, what do we want them to build, and how do our classrooms form them for these tasks? Are we willing to relate to our students as co-knowers, co-producers of knowledge, equal partners in the quest of learning? What kind of trust is needed for students to bring the wisdom and knowledges of their communities to be…
 
Petra Farrell joined the de Nicola Center in October 2017 as the Culture of Life Programs Manager, overseeing the Vita Institute, the Notre Dame Evangelium Vitae Medal, and serving as the advisor to the Right to Life student club. Having previously served for several years as a volunteer with St. Joseph County (now Michiana) Right to Life, she perf…
 
On this episode of the Faith Angle podcast, Ross Douthat of the New York Times sits down with Ryan T. Anderson of the Ethics and Public Policy Center to discuss Ross's newest book, The Deep Places: A Memoir of Illness and Discovery. Ross recounts this deeply personal story of loss, wrestling, and overcoming in the midst of a chronic disease, reflec…
 
We are tasked with teaching while being under siege. We are teaching persons who are living under siege. This inspirational conversation frames the need for teachers to learn communal strategies of survival which may have been previously abandoned or never learned. Learning to leap away from conformity might require teaching as the act of dreamers,…
 
On this inaugural episode of Searching for Medicine's Soul, Dr. Aaron Rothstein is joined by Dr. Aaron Kheriaty to discuss his journey as a physician, his work as a bioethicist, and his ongoing lawsuit over the University of California's vaccine mandate. Dr. Kheriaty is a fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center, where he directs EPPC’s progra…
 
Welcome to The Antithesis with Owen Strachan. In this episode, Dr. Strachan discusses a recent dangerous online post by Steven Furtick that reveals an unorthodox view of the transformative power of the Gospel. Order “Christianity and Wokeness” here! Follow Dr. Strachan and The Antithesis on Twitter. If you like what you hear on The Antithesis, be s…
 
Hosted by Dr. Aaron Rothstein and featuring expert guests, Searching for Medicine’s Soul explores medicine’s purpose: Why do physicians do what they do? How does the practice of medicine relate to scientific progress and human flourishing? The result is an in-depth analysis of the history and aim of medicine, and its collision with a thrilling and …
 
On this episode of The Antithesis, Dr. Strachan considers the price of citizenship with Paul as an example. [22] Up to this word they listened to him. Then they raised their voices and said, “Away with such a fellow from the earth! For he should not be allowed to live.” [23] And as they were shouting and throwing off their cloaks and flinging dust …
 
This conversation, dappled with Dr. Jennings’ readings of original poetry and prose, examines the destitution of faculty when the only legitimate expression of scholarship is to perform the values of being a white, self-sufficient, and male. Individualism, competition, and arcane merit standards have fundamentally distorted theological education. J…
 
This week on the Faith Angle podcast, we are joined by Jonathan Tran of Baylor University and Tina Nguyen of Puck News, who explore themes of Asian American identity, political engagement, and religious formation in the United States. They discuss the development and distortions of the "model minority" myth, the impact of racial binaries on Asian A…
 
On this episode of The Antithesis, Dr. Strachan offers up some more considerations on Christ and Caesar issues. We hope it proves a profitable time of thinking for all listeners. How do we conduct ourselves as citizens of earthly countries while still being members of the Kingdom? 1. We recall that we are in implacable conflict with the world. 2. W…
 
Teaching can be a profound act of power. So then, teaching with an ethic of love, care, compassion, and kindness is paramount, especially during the viral and racial pandemics. What if academic rigor is not compromised in generous classrooms, but enhanced when we shift what counts as knowledge? The discussion lingers over teacher-burnout and knowin…
 
In this podcast with CWCIT's Stan Chu Ilo, Dr. Kochurani Abraham discusses her advocacy for gender equality in India and her ecumenical leadership in holding churches to account in India in the fight against rape, and other forms of gender violence against women. She also speaks of where she sees signs of hope for women and her prophetic witnessing…
 
Sr. Joan Mumaw, IHM, joins CWCIT's Stan Chu Ilo to talk about her advocacy work for South Sudan, especially through the nonprofit that she directs, Friends in Solidarity. They discuss the nonprofit's many accomplishments, the various violent situations and challenges that women religious face in South Sudan, and how the Church can aid in the comple…
 
Learning to listen to, attend to, and care for your body strengthens our ability to cope with stress, anxiety, and trauma. In this moment of pandemics when something has happened to every-body, regularly checking-in with your body can inform if professional help is needed.By The Wabash Center for Teaching and Learning in Theology and Religion
 
Kirk Doran is the Henkels Family Collegiate Chair and Associate Professor of Economics at the University of Notre Dame. Doran received his B.A. in Physics from Harvard University in 2002, his S.M. in Applied Mathematics from Harvard University in 2002, and his Ph.D. in Economics from Princeton University in 2008, where his dissertation won Princeto…
 
Dialogue about these questions: How can we teach better during COVID? What does it mean to be mindful of our students’ burdens, aware of the trauma our students are carrying - so that their trouble does not impede their learning? What approaches and practices of teaching might lower student anxieties so that they might learn? What assignments can w…
 
What did the Reformers mean when they pursued the Glory of God as the end of all things? Dr. Strachan considers this important concept in this episode. Order “Christianity and Wokeness” here! Follow Dr. Strachan and The Antithesis on Twitter. If you like what you hear on The Antithesis, be sure to subscribe on your favorite podcasting platform! Che…
 
Given the continued effects of the viral pandemic, compounded by weather disasters, world news of crisis and devastation, rising incidents of racism, plus any troubles unique to your own family, etc. – THIS IS A COMMUNAL MOMENT OF LONG-TERM STRESS. Teachers must ask, in the midst, how are we showing up? We know everyone is not equally affected by t…
 
William Lane Craig recently wrote a piece at First Things about theories regarding the historicity of Adam and "mytho-history." Dr. Strachan makes a full response to his piece in this episode of The Antithesis. Order “Christianity and Wokeness” here! Follow Dr. Strachan and The Antithesis on Twitter. If you like what you hear on The Antithesis, be …
 
Christina Bambrick is Assistant Professor of Political Science specializing in constitutional theory and development. Her research and teaching interests range from American and comparative constitutionalism to republican theory and the history of political thought. Her publications include the articles, "Horizontal Rights: A Republican Vein in Lib…
 
This week on the Faith Angle podcast, we are joined by Paul D. Miller of Georgetown University and Nadine Maenza of the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom. On August 30, the United States' armed forces completed their withdrawal from Afghanistan, marking the end of a twenty-year war. We can all recall the sickening images and storie…
 
In this episode, Dr. Strachan examines the fear of death and through this text: Hebrews 2:14–18. Naturally we fear death. In Christ, death has lost its sting and Christians should no longer fear death and plan our lives accordingly. First, know this: we naturally do fear death. Second, we are freed from the fear of death. Third, we are not allowed …
 
CWCIT’s Bill Cavanaugh talks to David Cayley about Ivan Illich, the brilliant, idiosyncratic, and revolutionary Catholic priest and cultural critic. Cayley is an award-winning journalist and author who became good friends with Illich and has written several important books with and about him. In this interview, David and Bill concentrate on Illich'…
 
Alexandre Martins is a young theologian and bioethicist from Brazil who teaches at Marquette University. In this interview, Alex and CWCIT's Bill Cavanaugh discuss his work bringing together liberation theology and health care ethics, examining the way that medicine for profit distorts the true care of the body and soul. Among other topics, they di…
 
Dr. Brian Mulholland is an Assistant Professor of the Practice in the Mathematics Department at Notre Dame and the Director of the ASCEND program, which is the summer online program for the incoming first years. He works primarily in digital resource development and mathematical pedagogy. In the past few years, he helped create both the Summer Onli…
 
Welcome to The Antithesis with Owen Strachan. In this episode, Dr. Strachan considers God’s absolute reign over the world and how Christians should behave knowing that we are exiles in the world. The prophecy of Jeremiah is helpful with this consideration in many ways. Order “Christianity and Wokeness” here! Follow Dr. Strachan and The Antithesis o…
 
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