1. Aquinas would craft a systematic theology that did with the matter of faith what Aristotle had done with the natural world.
  2. Dr. Paulson begins to introduce Thomas Aquinas and how he crafts a story of the Law. Dr. Paulson then talks about how myth, story, and life revolve around law.
  3. In his last novel, Islands in the Stream, Hemingway shows us what we get when we look to nature for ultimate truth: death.
  4. Caleb and Scott Keith answer a handful of listener-submitted questions. The questions range from requirements and prohibitions concerning fasting to finding a better podcasting app. Sit back, relax, grab a drink, and enjoy the show.
  5. This week, The Fellows are Joined by Dr. Russell Dawn to talk about natural law.
  6. The Fellows hand over the reigns to Dr. Franscico to teach us about Hugo Grotius.
  7. All our little laws reveal that we are, by nature, trying to justify ourselves before others, and before God, based on what we do and who we are.
  8. Barth's ideas resulted in a movement known as neo-orthodoxy, sometimes called dialectical theology, theology of crisis, or simply Barthianism.
  9. In the public square, concerning public law, policy, and moral norms, debate is best carried out not with reference to that special revelation unique to a particular religion, but by appeal to that natural knowledge of the law possessed by all (even while recognizing human attempts, often successful, to suppress it).