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Volume 156

Guests on Volume 156

• KIMBELL KORNU on how and why theological concerns should not be prohibited within the practice of medicine
• PAUL TYSON on how the conventional definition of “science” makes metaphysical claims in the name of excluding metaphysical claims
• MARK NOLL on how the Bible shaped American history, and how American ideologies shaped the reading of the Bible
• DAVID NEY on how reading the Bible “figurally” opens us to its layers of meaning and to the transforming work it effects
• WILLIAM C. HACKETT on the relationships between philosophy and theology, and of both to the meaning embedded in myth
• MARIAN SCHWARTZ on the challenges and rewards of translating Eugene Vodolazkin, Leo Tolstoy, Alexsandr Solzshentsiyn, and others

Click here to download a pdf file with the contents listing and bibliographic information about this Volume. 

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Human Nature, Human Dignity

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60 minutes.

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Paul Tyson: Escaping the Silver Chair
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One Word of Truth: A Portrait of Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn

(a Trinity Forum Reading, 1997)

In 1989, David Aikman, then a journalist with Time magazine, was granted the first major interview Solzhenitsyn had given an American news organization for years. In this essay, Aikman offers an engaging and lively account of the dramatic and sobering events of Solzhenitsyn's life: from his early years as a Communist, to the beginnings of his literary efforts and his subsequent imprisonment, to his exile and life in the West, to his return to Russia in the 1990s. A portrait emerges of a courageous man devoted to the battle for truth in the context of the distinctive disorders of modern, post-Christian culture. This Reprint is read by the author, and includes a foreword written and read by Os Guinness on the contemporary crisis of truth in the West. 107 minutes.

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