Along the way, Paul also makes quite a telling statement about his and probably these early communities’ views of conjugal rights – that they are mutual! Marriage partners have authority over one another’s bodies. An Interview with Dr. Susan (Elli) Elliott.
Understanding Augustine’s teaching about human sexuality more accurately uncovers his capability of genuinely interrogating our modern cultural assumptions. As we reassess the criticisms, we can understand his cultural assumptions better too. Presenters: Dr. Sarah Morice-Brubaker and Dr. Shirley Paulson
From then on, illness is associated with heresy, mostly because of the way it spreads. Diseases spread [when] you talk to somebody, and the ancients were aware of that type of dissemination. An interview with Dr. Jennifer Barry.
His thoughts are not private. God sees into his mind. His mind has become a stage for the performance of his virtue. God is the audience for the performance on the stage of his mind.
This discussion concentrates on Thecla's freedom and leadership, especially the ways her gender and sexuality is far more than what has often been considered “virginity” and/or “celibacy.” Presenter: Dr. Hal Taussig (with host Dr. Shirley Paulson) Includes transcript!