Thu, 31 August 2006
This edition of Audition includes excerpts from five MARS HILL AUDIO interviews:
--- Russell Hittinger, on ways in which modern democracies exclude public discussion about the view of human nature and human personhood on which democracy is founded
--- Michael Aeschliman, on how C. S. Lewis opposed both subjectivism and scientism in arguing for the nature of the rationality of Creation
--- Sir John Polkinghorne, on how science and theology are both best pursued "from the bottom up," taking the reality of Creation and our experience of it seriously
--- Richard Gelwick and Thomas Torrance, on how Michael Polanyi's insights into the nature of scientific discovery provide a rich resource for theology
--- Vigen Guroian, reading from his book, Inheriting Paradise: Meditations on Gardening
Each of these interviews is part of much longer MARS HILL AUDIO programs which are now available as MP3 downloads.
Thanks for listening!