Heartbrokenness and the Problem of Suffering: The Story of Mary of Bethany - Eleonore Stump
Mary of Bethany is an exemplar of a person who suffers heartbreak, if the New Testament story of the raising of Lazarus—in which she and her sister Martha figure largely—is understood in a certain way. This lecture focuses on the problem of suffering in connection with the desires of the heart and heartbreak. It shows the way in which, in the narrative, suffering is redeemed in second-personal relationship.
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Can Art Engage Philosophy of Religion?
Can art inform topics in philosophy of religion? Can the existence and varieties of art address or affect theological questions about God, faith, belief, worship? Featuring interviews with Christopher Stewart, Nicholas Wolterstorff, E. Thomas Lawson, Nathan A. Jacobs, Stephan van Erp, and David Brown.