Pogos is the official podcast of the Logos Institute of Analytic and Exegetical Theology.
Come back every two weeks for the latest interview featuring a diverse group of leading and emerging scholars from theology, philosophy, and biblical studies. We’ve had podcasts with such eminent scholars as Sarah Coakley, NT Wright, Eleonore Stump, Oliver Crisp, and many more!
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Parker Haratine is a producer and co-host of the Logos Podcast. He is a PhD candidate at the Logos Institute for Analytic and Exegetical Theology. Parker primarily researches the nature of evil and sin in dialogue with medieval and contemporary theology. His PhD dissertation addresses how Anselm of Canterbury’s views can contribute to contemporary discussion of original sin, guilt, and positive evils. His work is one of the first comprehensive surveys and analyses of Anselm’s thought in this respect.
Dani Ross is a producer and co-host of the Logos Podcast and the chief editor of the Logos blog, Blogos. She is a PhD candidate at the Logos Institute for Analytic and Exegetical Theology working under the supervision of Steve Holmes. Her thesis topic is on the intersection of divine wrath and the atonement. Her other areas of research include the theology of hell, philosophy of emotion both human and divine, and the theology of gender. Dani is also the co-director of Logia St Andrews, which is an organization that exists to support and develop female students in Divinity and related disciplines.
Jason Stigall is a producer and co-host of the Logos Podcast. He is a PhD candidate at the Logos Institute for Analytic and Exegetical Theology. His thesis topic is on the nature of faith and faith’s relationship to second-personal knowledge of God. His other research interests extend to the role or function of trust in the divine-human relationship. He currently has a fellowship with the Society of Christian Philosophers through which he is receiving cross-disciplinary training in developmental psychology on the role of trust in second-personal interactions involving joint attention.
Cody Warta is a producer and co-host of the Logos Podcast. He is a PhD candidate at the Logos Institute for Analytic and Exegetical Theology under the supervision of Prof. Oliver Crisp and Dr. David Moffitt. His research focuses on the metaphysics of the Eucharist and focuses on medieval models of Christ’s presence in the elements in light of recent developments in Biblical studies. He is especially interested in Catholic/Protestant relationships.
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