Alice von Hildebrand

Man and Woman: A Divine Invention

"You're not going to have an easy time. Because I'm going to put you on the hot seat." So declares our first nonagenarian guest, Alice von Hildebrand, to Socrates host...

Paul Vitz

Has Psychology Discovered Virtue?

In this 2005 lecture, longtime New York University Professor of Psychology Paul Vitz explores phenomenal changes in the field of psychology as it ventures into new territory....

Paul Vitz

The Importance of Fatherhood

Longtime New York University Professor of Psychology Paul Vitz offers a psychological basis for what has for centuries been considered wisdom by taking a fascinating look at the parent-child relationships...

Sir Roger Scruton

The New Atheism

Gerald Schroeder

Genesis & The Big Bang: The Discovery of Harmony between Modern Science and the Bible

Gerald Schroeder discusses Genesis, the Big Bang, and other small topics....

Rabbi Sir Jonathan Sacks

The Home We Build Together

Jennifer Roback Morse

Can We Talk? Why the Same-Sex Marriage Issue Has Become So Toxic

Sir John Polkinghorne

Can a Scientist Pray?

Sir John Polkinghorne

Belief in God in an Age of Science

Armand Nicholi

The Question of God: Sigmund Freud & C.S. Lewis on Love, Sex, and the Meaning of Life

For more than twenty-five years Harvard psychiatrist Armand Nicholi taught a course comparing the philosophical arguments of Sigmund Freud and C.S. Lewis. In this 2003 lecture, Nicholi explores how the...

Richard John Neuhaus

Can an Atheist Be a Good Citizen?

Named one of the "25 Most Influential Evangelicals in America" by TIME MAGAZINE in 2005, the late Richard John Neuhaus was a prominent cleric, writer, and unofficial advisor to George...

Alister McGrath

The Twilight of Atheism: The Rise and Fall of Disbelief in the Modern World

Oxford theologian, intellectual historian, and scientist Alister McGrath challenges the widely held assumption that the world is becoming more secular and makes the case for why atheism cannot provide the...

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