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Sed Contra: A Podcast of Catholic Theology

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A monthly podcast featuring some of the founding members of The Sacra Doctrina Project discussing theological questions with other academic theologians and philosophers. The podcast takes place in a quaestiones disputatae style, encouraging lively and charitable debate. Listen to the most recent episode below.

Latest Episodes

Are the Bride and Groom Really the Ministers of the Sacrament of Matrimony?

On this episode of Sed Contra, Brandon Wanless, Daniel Lendman, and Taylor Patrick O'Neill are joined by Fr. Dylan Schrader. They discuss some of the uniqueness of the sacrament of marriage and question whether there are truly any ministers for this sacrament. They also discuss the signification of marriage and the relation between natural and sacramental marriage.

68 MINJUN 20
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Are the Bride and Groom Really the Ministers of the Sacrament of Matrimony?

Is the Crucifixion Necessary? (And Will the Entire Created Order be Saved?)

In this third episode of Sed Contra, we discuss Elizabeth Johnson's interview with US Catholic wherein she claims that no one had to die for our sins. Is that correct? Is the entire created order saved? Does Christ become incarnate as man alone or in a more general sense as body or flesh? Can animals be resurrected as man is? We explore these and other issues in this episode.

68 MINMAY 14
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Is the Crucifixion Necessary? (And Will the Entire Created Order be Saved?)

Contra Universalism (and Is This the Best of All Possible Worlds?)

On this month's episode, five of the six founding members of The Sacra Doctrina Project meet to discuss the doctrine of universalism. What is it? Does it have a basis in the Catholic theological tradition? Recent versions of universalism are contrasted with the seminal work Dare We Hope? by Hans Urs von Balthasar. Finally, the hosts debate whether this is really the best of all possible worlds.

76 MINMAR 29
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Contra Universalism (and Is This the Best of All Possible Worlds?)

Latest Episodes

Are the Bride and Groom Really the Ministers of the Sacrament of Matrimony?

On this episode of Sed Contra, Brandon Wanless, Daniel Lendman, and Taylor Patrick O'Neill are joined by Fr. Dylan Schrader. They discuss some of the uniqueness of the sacrament of marriage and question whether there are truly any ministers for this sacrament. They also discuss the signification of marriage and the relation between natural and sacramental marriage.

68 MINJUN 20
Comments
Are the Bride and Groom Really the Ministers of the Sacrament of Matrimony?

Is the Crucifixion Necessary? (And Will the Entire Created Order be Saved?)

In this third episode of Sed Contra, we discuss Elizabeth Johnson's interview with US Catholic wherein she claims that no one had to die for our sins. Is that correct? Is the entire created order saved? Does Christ become incarnate as man alone or in a more general sense as body or flesh? Can animals be resurrected as man is? We explore these and other issues in this episode.

68 MINMAY 14
Comments
Is the Crucifixion Necessary? (And Will the Entire Created Order be Saved?)

Contra Universalism (and Is This the Best of All Possible Worlds?)

On this month's episode, five of the six founding members of The Sacra Doctrina Project meet to discuss the doctrine of universalism. What is it? Does it have a basis in the Catholic theological tradition? Recent versions of universalism are contrasted with the seminal work Dare We Hope? by Hans Urs von Balthasar. Finally, the hosts debate whether this is really the best of all possible worlds.

76 MINMAR 29
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Contra Universalism (and Is This the Best of All Possible Worlds?)

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