POGOS: Eleonore Stump on Aquinas’ Understanding of a Life in Grace

This week in Pogos we start off our Logos Conference 2019 series of presentations with Professor Eleonore Stump’s presentation of “A Life in Grace”...

Whiteness is Not the Plumbline (Introducing Logia’s 2019-2020 Blog Series) by Christa L. McKirland

Over this past year, we have focused on the question: “Why is it important for women to study, teach, and contribute to the fields...

POGOS: Patrick T. Smith on Three Ways of Valuing Life

This week in Pogos we welcome Professor Patrick Smith back to the podcast for our final portion of the interview. In it, we discuss...

Logia for August 2019: Gender, Race, Biblical Studies, and Constructing a Different ‘Table’ by Mitzi J. Smith

Africana and other nonwhite women are less than two percent of biblical scholars in the USA and globally. The implications and impact of this...

POGOS: Patrick T. Smith on the Threat of Idolatry in Medical Practice

This week in Pogos we welcome Professor Patrick Smith back to the podcast. In it, he walks us through a recap over questions of...

Plastic and Reconciliation by Faith Glavey Pawl

The other night some seabird got into my rubbish bin. All my dirty trash, all my single-use plastic, spilled into our garden, on display...

POGOS: Patrick T. Smith on Bioethics, End of Life Care, and Transhumanism

This week in Pogos we welcome Professor Patrick Smith to the podcast. In it, he walks us through some basics in moral theology and...

Logia for July 2019: A Parable of Talents by Craig E. Bacon

Why is it important for women to study, teach, and contribute to the fields of theology, biblical studies, and philosophical theology? What are some...

POGOS: Michelle Panchuk on #ChurchToo, Charitable Listening & Religious Trauma

This week in Pogos we welcome Dr Michelle Panchuk back to the podcast for the final part of our interview with her on hermeneutical...

Engaging Theology (in Collaboration with Fusion) by Joshua Cockayne

Engaging Theology What do you think of when you hear the word ‘theology’? Long, impenetrable books? Overly-technical discussions of issues which have seemingly no...