Who's Afraid of Critical Theory

Christopher Watkin; Simon Smart; Natasha Moore
April 24, 2023

Living as a human in the world is complex. In this 30 minute podcast from the Centre of Public Christianity Life and Faith series, Simon Smart and Natasha Moore discuss with Christopher Watkins how the biblical lens can help in our human quest to understand culture.

“That’s the origin of cultural critique, isn’t it? It is the ability to say not simply ‘I don’t like things as they are’, but things as they are are either unjust or not right or cruel.” 

Image: Photo by Markus Spiske on Unsplash

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