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Paul Axton and Jonathan Totty have a conversation about Balthasar's explanation of the analogia entis, Barth's misunderstanding, and why this esoteric matter would make a difference to a theologian like James Cone.

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Paul Axton and Jonathan Totty have a conversation about Divine simplicity, which done wrongly gives us ontotheology but correctly understood it forecloses any notion which would reduce God - including penal substitution.

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In this podcast, Paul Axton and Jonathan Totty discuss the need for humility in reading scripture: Coming to the scripture with the attitude of desiring to be shaped by it as a part of the community of Christ.

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Paul Axton and Jonathan Totty have a conversation about Karl Barth's doctrine of election. Barth recovers a profound NT insight which puts a very different emphasis on predestination and election.

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Paul Axton and Jonathan Totty talk about how evil is not a problem for Aquinas and becomes a problem only with the shift taking place in in his lifetime.

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Jonathan Totty interviews Paul Axton on his experience in Japan. Paul describes why and how he ended up doing an analysis of psychoanalytic readings of Paul as a result of his experience.

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Thomas Evans, Jonathan Totty, Matt Welch, & Paul Axton discuss the essence of Christianity. Did Gandhi have it better than Calvin? In this wide-ranging discussion, we touch upon the work of Tolstoy, King, Girard, and others.

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Paul Axton and Jonathan Totty discuss gender.

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Paul Axton and Jonathan Totty discuss the potential resolution to the modernist divide between faith and reason to be found in Radical Orthodoxy, Postliberalism, Barthianism, and the the thought of Ludwig Wittgenstein.

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