Faith and Imagination: A BYU Humanities Center Podcast

Faith and Imagination: A BYU Humanities Center Podcast

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How do we envision our highest ideals and deepest commitments? How do we name and express our most expansive sense of who we are? The Faith and Imagination podcast explores these questions by conversing with scholars and others who address our religious and spiritual lives creatively and insightfully. Sponsored by the BYU Humanities Center.

Recent Episodes

  • Season 4 wrap-up: conversation with Faith and Imagination podcast producers Sophia Snyder and Starly Pratt

    2 months ago
  • “I Was in Prison and You Visited Me,” with Andrew Skotnicki, Manhattan College

    2 months ago
  • Healing in a Time of Division, with Vanessa White, Catholic Theological Union

    2 months ago
  • On Suffering, Heaven, and Experiencing a Life Renewed, with Jeffrey Vogel, Hampden-Sydney College

    2 months ago
  • Highlighted Episode: Storytelling as Theology, with guest Christina Bieber Lake, Wheaton College

    3 months ago
  • The Beauty—the Poetry—of Christian Experience, with Benjamin Myers, Oklahoma Baptist University

    3 months ago
  • Metaphor, Memoir, and Christian Longing and Vision—All from a Midwest Farm, with Tiffany Eberle Kriner, Wheaton College

    3 months ago
  • The Apostle Peter’s Mystical Vision and How It Bears on Modern Life, with Robert Flanagan, Virginia Theological Seminary

    4 months ago
  • Poetry as Attention, as Awakening—as Prayer, with Abigail Carroll, poet and pastor

    4 months ago
  • John of the Cross’s “Dark Night” and Our Quest for Justice and Transcendence, with Benedict Shoup, University of Notre Dame

    4 months ago