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Paul Axton explains how the two premier thinkers of East and West (Heidegger and Nishida) converge on a singular idea which gets at the root of philosophical evil in the 20th century.

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The premiere historian of the Restoration Movement, Richard Hughes, discusses his research with Paul Axton, tracing the core myth of white supremacy which stands behind the myth of America as a Christian Nation.

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Paul Axton and Jason Rodenbeck continue their conversation on living in the tension of postliberalism which requires people to entrust themselves to God.

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Paul Axton and Jason Rodenbeck differentiate postliberalism and liberalism.

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Paul Axton begins a new series answering basic theological questions, beginning with original sin.

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Hayden Hagerman and Paul Axton discuss how Postliberalism intercedes into modern thought- as a disruption on the order of idolatry undone and absorbed by the strange new world of the Bible.

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Paul Axton and Hayden Hagerman discuss how postliberalism goes beyond the liberal/fundamentalist controversy as well as beyond postmodernism and such thinkers as Quine and Davidson.

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In this lecture, Paul Axton poses the possibility that nothingness, absence, negation, - is itself demonic. The recognition that the idol is nothing is not to disarm the demonic but to recognize the strength the idol exercises.

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Hayden Hagerman and Paul Axton discuss the key figures in postliberalism and the development of this alternative to modernist liberal and conservative theology.

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Hayden Hagerman and Paul Axton continue to lay out the significance of Wittgenstein and show how this correlates with part of an Augustinian understanding which correlates with Karl Barth and serves as the basis for Post-Liberalism.

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