We’re getting hermeneutical with Dan Stiver and Paul Ricoeur.
Dan Stiver is an accomplished Ricoeur scholar and a Baptist theologian. This rare combination means that we have a treat of an episode! He is also the Cook-Derrick Professor of Theology in the Logsdon School of Theology. In this episode Tripp and Dan will tackle the relationship between philosophy and theology in the free church tradition and what it means to be a Christian theologian after Ricoeur.
Plus a discussion on how Ricouer understands:
- the nature of truth
- how narrative functions in meaning making
- the idea of self
- the problem of evil
There are quite a lot of books mentioned in this episode, so here is a list for your enjoyment:
- Theology After Ricoeur by Dan Stiver
- The Conflict of Interpretations by Paul Ricoeur
- Thinking Biblically by Paul Ricoeur
- Essays of Biblical Interpretation by Paul Ricoeur
- Lectures on Ideology and Utopia by Paul Ricoeur
- Freedom and Nature by Paul Ricoeur
- Phenomenology of Perception by Maurice Merleau-Ponty
- Carnal Hermeneutics by Richard Kearney
- Theology in the Flesh by John Sanders
Speaking of a lot of books, we are giving away 21 books for the 21st century theologian, worth over $400 of theological goodness. What better way to build your library? Click here to find out more!