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Episode 1: "Are We Still of Any Use?: The Audacious Hope of the Engaged Scholar"

Episode 1: "Are We Still of Any Use?: The Audacious Hope of the Engaged Scholar"

In our inaugural podcast, Charles Marsh, founder and director of the Project on Lived Theology, looks to the life of Dietrich Bonhoeffer to explore how the work of theological scholars can be relevant to the struggles for social justice in the world today.
“Are we still of any use?: The Audacious Hope of the Engaged Scholar” by Charles Marsh, was originally recorded at the Lilly Fellows National Conference in Birmingham, Alabama in October 2011. Watch this recording on the Lived Theology YouTube channel.
The Lived Theology Podcast is hosted by the Project on Lived Theology which is housed at the University of Virginia’s Department of Religious Studies in Charlottesville, Virginia and is supported by grants from the Lilly Endowment. The Project's mission is to clarify the interconnection of theology and lived experience and by so doing, to offer academic resources to the pursuit of social justice and human flourishing. Each episode of the Lived Theology Podcast will feature a lecture en

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