Here's an intriguing interview with Keith Ward by Dale Tuggy about existence and philosophy, God and humans.
Dr. Ward is one of the most dynamic, lucid thinkers of this generation. He was,
before retirement, a professor at the University of Oxford, a fellow of the British
Academy, a philosopher, theologian,
and church leader.
Tuggy, a professor of philosophy at the State University
of New York, asks Keith Ward a number of controversial and deep questions.
There is no chatter or filler like in some podcasts.
Dr. Ward's book, God: A Guide for the Perplexed, is controversial, amazing, so deep, open in attitude, sprinkled with dry humor (a necessity when dealing with philosophy, religion, and politics), and a volume to read and re-read.
I disagree with some of Ward's views and am my self no longer of the Christian religion, but this interview is worth a listen: http://trinities.org/blog/podcast-109-dr-keith-ward-on-christ-and-the-cosmos-part-1/
In the Light,