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THE PHENOMENOLOGY BOOTH — Conor Sweeney: Dasein, the Sacraments in Postmodernity, and von Balthasar’s Rehabilitated Metaphysics

The Phenomenology Booth is a virtual exhibit devoted to the philosophical field of phenomenology. The exhibit features a set of interviews with philosophers and theologians working in phenomenology, as well…

EXCERPTS — “The Writer: A Guide to Research, Writing, and Publishing in Biblical Studies” by Nijay K. Gupta

New Cascade volume, The Writer, walks through Nijay K. Gupta’s approach to and best practices for becoming an effective and efficient writer in biblical studies. He handles a wide spectrum…

THE PHENOMENOLOGY BOOTH

A virtual exhibit devoted to the philosophical field of phenomenology Phenomenology is here to stay. It has changed the face(!) of not just philosophy but theology as well. The “field,”…

THE PHENOMENOLOGY BOOTH — Donald Wallenfang: The Twining of Phenomenology and Metaphysics

The Phenomenology Booth is a virtual exhibit devoted to the philosophical field of phenomenology. The exhibit features a set of interviews with philosophers and theologians working in phenomenology, as well…

THE THEOLOGIST — Jason Byassee on Writing

The Theologist is your guide to all things writing, from finding inspiration for your work to reading the best literature on writing, from overcoming writing obstacles to finding writing mentors,…

THE GRIND — Jordan Daniel Wood: On Maximus the Confessor, Studying at Boston College, and Creative Uses of the PhD

We at Wipf and Stock are very excited to announce the launch of The Grind, another new podcast series made for you, our growing listener base. The series consists of…

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