Do we need God to live in an enchanted world? Listen to Tim Keller and Anthony Kronman discuss the nature of enhcantment. (pt. 2 of 2)


Two weeks ago, we hosted a Veritas Forum at Yale with Tim Keller and Anthony Kronman, former Dean of the Yale Law School and author of Confessions of a Born-Again Pagan.  Last week, The New Yorker published an profile on Prof. Kronman, outlining his “theology”—a belief system that stems from the penetrative question, “Is anything eternal?” For Prof. Kronman, this belief system represents a synthesis of Aristotle, Augustine, and Spinoza, among others, alongside a poetic understanding of the Eternal.

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