Video Bundle: Fully Human: Understanding Christian Anthropology + An Introduction to the Philosophy of Religion - 11 Discs Total

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Video Bundle: Fully Human: Understanding Christian Anthropology + An Introduction to the Philosophy of Religion - 11 Discs Total

  • Barry University
  • Professor; Hogan Chair in Philosophy,
  • St. Joseph's University
2 Course Bundle: 27 Lectures (11 Discs) Including Electronic Study Guides
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This is a special discounted price for a bundle of two video program:

Fully Human: Understanding Christian Anthropology by Sr. Sara Fairbanks, O.P., Ph.D.

An Introduction to the Philosophy of Religion by Fr. Joseph J. Godfrey, S.J., Ph.D.

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Topic Titles
Topic Titles
An Introduction to the Philosophy of Religion
  • Introduction: Philosophy and Religion
  • Knowing, Believing, Opining, and Evidence
  • God: The Idea
  • God: From Idea to Conclusion
  • God: Explaining a Fact by Cause
  • God: Explaining Order or Pattern
  • Miracles
  • Experience, Perhaps Religious
  • Evil and Human Responsibility
  • Evil and Divine Responsibility
  • Faith and Faith-ing
  • Faith, Reason, and Catholic Concerns
  • Language, Meaning, and Analogy
  • Some Isms: Atheisms, Humanisms, Postmodernisms
  • Hope

Fully Human: Understanding Christian Anthropology
  • The Dynamics of Revelation and Faith:
           Sources of Christian Anthropology
  • Christian Understanding of the Human Being
           within an Evolutionary View of the World
  • Genesis 1-2: A Biblical Vision of Humanity
  • Are Women Created Equally in the Image of God?
  • Adult Development and Christian Imaging of God
  • God and Suffering in the Hebrew Scriptures
  • Why Do We Suffer? From a Christian Perspective
  • Developments in the Christian Understanding of Sin
  • Bernard Lonergan: Original Sin as Sustained Unauthenticity
  • Grace as Conversion
  • Rahner on Graced Humanity Saved by Christ
  • Eschatology
About Your Presenter

Your presenter is Fr. Joseph Godfrey, S.J., Ph.D., Professor of Philosophy at Saint Joseph’s University in Philadelphia, where he holds the Joseph S. Hogan S.J. Chair in Philosophy. At Saint Joseph’s, he has won teaching awards and has regularly taught courses on the philosophy of religion, atheism, ethics, logic, and the history of Greek and of medieval philosophy. A Jesuit priest, he has taught at Santa Clara University, Marquette University, Loyola University Chicago, and the Jesuit Scholasticate in Ho Chi Minh City. He has lectured internationally at such institutions as Georgetown University, Stony Brook University, La Salle University, Australian Catholic University, the United Faculty of Theology in Melbourne, and Heythrop College in London.


Fr. Godfrey holds a doctorate from the University of Toronto. He is the author of A Philosophy of Human Hope [Studies in Philosophy and Religion] (Martinus Nijhoff, 1987) and Trust of People, Words, and God: A Route for Philosophy of Religion (University of Notre Dame Press, 2012). He has also written articles on Gabriel Marcel and on Josef Pieper, as well as entries for the 2012–2013 Supplement to the New Catholic Encyclopedia and for the En...

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Sr. Sara Fairbanks, O.P., Ph.D., has served as Associate Professor of Systematic Theology at Barry University in Miami. The Director of Vocations for the Adrian Dominican Sisters, Dr. Fairbanks holds a Master of Theology from Aquinas Institute of Theology in St. Louis and a Doctorate in Theology from the University of St. Michael’s College, Toronto School of Theology. Previously, she was the Pollok Lecturer at the Atlantic School of Theology in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Her areas of expertise are Christian anthropology, the theology of lay ecclesial ministry, the theology of preaching, and practical theology.

Sr. Fairbanks authored, together with her colleagues in the Barry Department of Theology, the book Theology: Faith, Beliefs, Traditions (Kendall Hunt, 2010), and she has published in numerous scholarly journals, such as Worship, The Way, Listening: Journal of Religion and Culture, and Liturgical Ministry. She is a contributing author to the series Feasting on the GospelsLuke Volume 1: A Feasting on the Word Commentary (Westminster John Knox Press, 2014).

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