Analytical and energetic dialogues of philosophical and spiritual discussion between Dr. Jerry L. Martin and Dr. Richard Oxenberg about God: An Autobiography, As Told To A Philosopher. A profound conversation of philosophy, sciences, and religion daring to consider God's perspective in the series Two Philosophers Wrestle With God. The second dialogue covers revelations.
Richard Oxenberg received his PH.D. in Philosophy from Emory University in 2002, with a concentration in Ethics and Philosophy of Religion. He has written and published numerous articles on these subjects, many of which are available online. His book: On the Meaning of Human Being: Heidegger and the Bible in Dialogue, was published by Political Animal Press in 2018. Richard currently teaches at Endicott College in Beverly, MA.
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-[Two Philosophers Wrestle With God] Dialogue 5 The Big Picture 75, 74; Dialogue 4 The Nature Of Divine Reality 70; Dialogue 3 Purpose 66, 65; Dialogue 2 Revelation 62; Dialogue 1 Jerry's Story 57, 58
Here in Ep61, we continue with the series of conversations between two philosophers, Dr. Jerry L. Martin and Dr. Richard Oxenberg where the two discuss, in depth, Jerry’s book, “God: An Autobiography, As Told to a Philosopher.”
During their conversations, these two philosophers wrestle with the questions many people – not just philosophers – would be inclined to ask of someone who claims to have heard a revelation from God.
We split their first conversation into two parts, spanning two episodes – Episodes 57 and 58.
For their second discussion, we will do the same and have this episode be part one and next week’s will be part two.
In this episode, and in other episodes like it that follow, there are specific references to passages from Jerry’s book.
From time to time, I will interject with a clip from the dramatic audio adaptation of the book, which you can find from Episodes 1 through 44 of this podcast.
In doing this, I hope to simply provide an additional avenue by which our listening audience can get further context on a specific discussion or point.
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We begin with Jerry speaking first.