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Paul Chilcote Episode 4 Part 2

I conclude my conversation with Dr. Paul Chilcote. Paul is a Wesley scholar, church historian, and theologian. Recently retired, Paul has served numerous academic institutions, including Asbury Theological Seminary (Orlando), Ashland Theological School, and Duke University. He also served as a missionary in Kenya and as a founding faculty member of Africa University in Zimbabwe. … Continue reading Paul Chilcote Episode 4 Part 2

Podcast: Paul Chilcote Episode 4 Part 1

New Episode! In this episode I talk with Dr. Paul Chilcote. Paul is a Wesley scholar, church historian, and theologian. Recently retired, Paul has served numerous academic institutions, including Asbury Theological Seminary (Orlando), Ashland Theological School, and Duke University. He also served as a missionary in Kenya and as a founding faculty member of Africa … Continue reading Podcast: Paul Chilcote Episode 4 Part 1

Discovery of Habitus in the Holiday

What is habitus? A concise definition using Bourdieu’s own terminology “is a property of actors (whether individuals, groups or institutions) that comprises a structured and structuring structure” (Maton 2014, 50). In other words, one’s past and present, such as family experience, can be a structured system within which habitus operates in a structuring manner to … Continue reading Discovery of Habitus in the Holiday

A Practical Theological Approach on the Dialogue between Artificial Intelligence and Contemporary Catholicism: A Brief Exploration of Learning Methods

There are few explicit courses in Catholic secondary education that cultivate a dialogue between AI technology and Catholic Tradition and Vision. If AI technology is the future, then Catholic and Christian educators need prepare students to see how our beloved Christian faith (please note here my bias) helps to further these conversations. Artificial intelligence is … Continue reading A Practical Theological Approach on the Dialogue between Artificial Intelligence and Contemporary Catholicism: A Brief Exploration of Learning Methods