How can an understanding of what prudence is aid us in our goal of achieving the greater good on divisive moral issues? Listen as Pastor Paul seeks the answer in a conversation with Clarke Forsythe (J. D. Valparaiso University; M.A., bioethics, Trinity International University), the author of Politics for the Greater Good: The Case for Prudence in the Public Square. He serves as senior counsel for Americans United for Life, a national pro-life public policy organization.
February 24, 2017
Paul speaks with Clarke Forsythe
February 24, 2019 • Pastor Paul Edwards
February 10, 2019
Paul Speaks with Dr. David VanDrunen • February 10, 2019 • Pastor Paul Edwards
Just about everyone will face a difficult bioethics decision at some point. In this book a theologian, ethicist, and lawyer equips Christians to make such decisions based on biblical truth, wisdom, and virtue. David VanDrunen (PhD, Loyola University Chicago) is the Robert B. Strimple Professor of Systematic Theology and Christian Ethics at Westminster Seminary California in Escondido, California. He is the author of Bioethics and the Christian Life: A Guide to Making Difficult Decisions.
February 3, 2019
Paul Speaks with Dr. Mark Durie • February 3, 2019 • Pastor Paul Edwards
Dr. Mark Durie is the author of The Third Choice: Islam, Dhimmitude and Freedom which addresses the status of non-Muslims under Islamic rule in the light of history, theology and global patterns of religious discrimination. It includes a compelling overview of Islam itself, and critical reflections on the 'dhimmitude of the West'. Dr. Durie is an academic, human rights activist, Anglican pastor, a Shillman-Ginsburg Writing Fellow at the Middle East Forum, and Adjunct Research Fellow of the Arthur Jeffery Centre for the Study of Islam at Melbourne School of Theology in Australia.
January 27, 2019
Paul Speaks with Dr. Jacob Needleman • January 27, 2019 • Pastor Paul Edwards
Paul speaks with Dr. Jacob Needleman about his book "What is God?" Needleman is a polar opposite of Paul theologically and philosophically, yet the two were able to engage in a fascinating conversation about their individual experiences in knowing God. Jacob Needleman is Professor of Philosophy at San Francisco State University, former Visiting Professor at Duxx Graduate School of Business Leadership in Monterrey, Mexico, and former Director of the Center for the study of New Religions at The Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley, California. He was educated in philosophy at Harvard, Yale and the University of Freiburg, Germany. He has also served as Research Associate at the Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research, as a Research Fellow at Union Theological Seminary, as Adjunct Professor of Medical Ethics at the University of California Medical School and as guest Professor of Religious Studies at the Sorbonne, Paris (1992).