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Submissions from 2002

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Dr. Charles Curran Engages with the Question: What Was the Major Influence in the Development of Your Theological Thought?, Charles E. Curran and Alfred Benney

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Dr. Charles Curran Engages with the Question: Why Should People Study Religion?, Charles E. Curran and Alfred Benney

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Dr. Charles Curran Engages with the Question:Would Human Beings Be Religious if They Were Never Going to Die?, Charles E. Curran and Alfred Benney

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Paul Fitzgerald, S.J. Engages with the Question: Can You Comment on Catholic Social Teaching in America?, Paul J. Fitzgerald S.J. and Alfred Benney

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Paul Fitzgerald, S.J. Engages with the Question: Can You Prove the Existence of God?, Paul J. Fitzgerald S.J. and Alfred Benney

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Paul Fitzgerald, S.J. Engages with the Question: How Do You Make the Study of Religion Interesting to Students?, Paul J. Fitzgerald S.J. and Alfred Benney

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Paul Fitzgerald, S.J. Engages with the Question: How Would you Define Religion?, Paul J. Fitzgerald S.J. and Alfred Benney

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Paul Fitzgerald, S.J. Engages with the Question: How Would You Explain the “Problem of Evil”?, Paul J. Fitzgerald S.J. and Alfred Benney

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Paul Fitzgerald, S.J. Engages with the Question: What Can You Say About the Complexities of Teaching Religion to Undergraduates?, Paul J. Fitzgerald S.J. and Alfred Benney

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Paul Fitzgerald, S.J. Engages with the Question: What Contribution Have the Jesuits Made to the American Church?, Paul J. Fitzgerald S.J. and Alfred Benney

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Paul Fitzgerald, S.J. Engages with the Question: What Do You Think is the Future of Catholic Theology?, Paul J. Fitzgerald S.J. and Alfred Benney

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Paul Fitzgerald, S.J. Engages with the Question: What Do You Think Was the Most Important Historical Event for American Catholics in the Last Century?, Paul J. Fitzgerald S.J. and Alfred Benney

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Paul Fitzgerald, S.J. Engages with the Question: What is the Most Important Religious Conversation in America Today?, Paul J. Fitzgerald S.J. and Alfred Benney

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Paul Fitzgerald, S.J. Engages with the Question: What is the Relationship of Theological Theory to Practice?, Paul J. Fitzgerald S.J. and Alfred Benney

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Paul Fitzgerald, S.J. Engages with the Question: What Is Your Central Interest in Catholic Theology?, Paul J. Fitzgerald S.J. and Alfred Benney

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Paul Fitzgerald, S.J. Engages with the Question: What Led You to the Jesuits and an Interest in Theology?, Paul J. Fitzgerald S.J. and Alfred Benney

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Paul Fitzgerald, S.J. Engages with the Question: Would Humans Be Religious if They Were Never Going to Die?, Paul J. Fitzgerald S.J. and Alfred Benney

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Dr. Schubert Ogden Engages with the Question: How Do You Address the “Problem of Evil”?, Schubert Ogden and Alfred Benney

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John O'Malley, S.J. Engages with the Question: How Did Jesuits End Up in America?, John O'Malley S.J. and Alfred Benney

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John O'Malley, S.J. Engages with the Question: How Did You Become a Jesuit?, John O'Malley S.J. and Alfred Benney

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John O'Malley, S.J. Engages with the Question: How Does an Historian Deal with the “Problem of Evil”?, John O'Malley S.J. and Alfred Benney

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John O'Malley, S.J. Engages with the Question: How Does an Historian Look at Religion?, John O'Malley S.J. and Alfred Benney

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John O'Malley, S.J. Engages with the Question: How Would You Characterize the American Religious Temperament?, John O'Malley S.J. and Alfred Benney

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John O'Malley, S.J. Engages with the Question: Is it Possible to Prove the Existence of God?, John O'Malley S.J. and Alfred Benney

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John O'Malley, S.J. Engages with the Question: What Contribution Have Jesuits Made to the Church in America?, John O'Malley S.J. and Alfred Benney

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John O'Malley, S.J. Engages with the Question: What is Jesuit Style?, John O'Malley S.J. and Alfred Benney

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John O'Malley, S.J. Engages with the Question: What is the Central Focus of your Scholarship?, John O'Malley S.J. and Alfred Benney

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John O'Malley, S.J. Engages with the Question: What Makes a Jesuit a Jesuit?, John O'Malley S.J. and Alfred Benney

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John O'Malley, S.J. Engages with the Question: What Role do Jesuits Play in the Modern World?, John O'Malley S.J. and Alfred Benney

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John O'Malley, S.J. Engages with the Question: Would Humans Be Religious if They Were Never Going to Die?, John O'Malley S.J. and Alfred Benney

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Dr. Tracy Pintchman Engages with the Question: Are All Religions The Same?, Tracy Pintchman and Alfred Benney

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Dr. Tracy Pintchman Engages with the Question: Do All Religions Approach Belief in A Deity The Same Way?, Tracy Pintchman and Alfred Benney

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Dr. Tracy Pintchman Engages with the Question: How Can There be A Good God With So Much Evil In The World?, Tracy Pintchman and Alfred Benney

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Dr. Tracy Pintchman Engages with the Question: How Did You Become Interested In the Study Of Religion?, Tracy Pintchman and Alfred Benney

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Dr. Tracy Pintchman Engages with the Question: How Does Hinduism Deal With The Existence of Evil?, Tracy Pintchman and Alfred Benney

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Dr. Tracy Pintchman Engages with the Question: How Does Religion Have an Impact on the Human Condition?, Tracy Pintchman and Alfred Benney

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Dr. Tracy Pintchman Engages with the Question: How Do You Advise Students Regarding the Study of Religion?, Tracy Pintchman and Alfred Benney

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Dr. Tracy Pintchman Engages with the Question: How Do You Approach the Study Of Religion?, Tracy Pintchman and Alfred Benney

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Dr. Tracy Pintchman Engages with the Question: How Do You Respond to A Student Who Says “I have My Beliefs, Why Should I Look Any Further?”, Tracy Pintchman and Alfred Benney

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Dr. Tracy Pintchman Engages with the Question: Is it Possible to Define Religion?, Tracy Pintchman and Alfred Benney

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Dr. Tracy Pintchman Engages with the Question: Is it Possible To Prove a Supreme Being?, Tracy Pintchman and Alfred Benney

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Dr. Tracy Pintchman Engages with the Question: Is it Useful to Define Religion?, Tracy Pintchman and Alfred Benney

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Dr. Tracy Pintchman Engages with the Question: What Is The Greatest Concern For You In Scholarship?, Tracy Pintchman and Alfred Benney

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Dr. Tracy Pintchman Engages with the Question: Who Has Been The Greatest Influence In Your Scholarship?, Tracy Pintchman and Alfred Benney

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Dr. Tracy Pintchman Engages with the Question: Would People Be Religious If They Were Never Going to Die?, Tracy Pintchman and Alfred Benney

Submissions from 2001

Dr. Bernard Cooke Engages with the Question: Can You Prove That God Exists?, Bernard Cooke and Alfred Benney

Dr. Bernard Cooke Engages with the Question: Could You Talk About the Sacraments?, Bernard Cooke and Alfred Benney

Dr. Bernard Cooke Engages with the Question: How Do You Define Religion?, Bernard Cooke and Alfred Benney

Dr. Bernard Cooke Engages with the Question: How Do You Have Success in the Classroom?, Bernard Cooke and Alfred Benney

Dr. Bernard Cooke Engages with the Question: How Do You Motivate Students to Study Religion?, Bernard Cooke and Alfred Benney

Dr. Bernard Cooke Engages with the Question: How Should Someone Approach the Study of Religion?, Bernard Cooke and Alfred Benney

Dr. Bernard Cooke Engages with the Question: How Would You Respond to a Student Who Says, "There Is so Much Evil in the World, God Cannot Exist"?, Bernard Cooke and Alfred Benney

Dr. Bernard Cooke Engages with the Question: What Do You Believe Will Happen to the Church in the Future?, Bernard Cooke and Alfred Benney

Dr. Bernard Cooke Engages with the Question: What Do You Think Has Been the Most Important Event for the Catholic Church in the Past Few Centuries?, Bernard Cooke and Alfred Benney

Dr. Bernard Cooke Engages with the Question: What Has Been the Most Important Issue Facing the Catholic Church in the Twentieth Century?, Bernard Cooke and Alfred Benney

Dr. Bernard Cooke Engages with the Question: What Has the American Catholic Church Contributed to the Catholic Church as a Whole?, Bernard Cooke and Alfred Benney

Dr. Bernard Cooke Engages with the Question: What Is a Challenge You Face in the Classroom?, Bernard Cooke and Alfred Benney

Dr. Bernard Cooke Engages with the Question: What Is of Greatest Concern for You in Your Work?, Bernard Cooke and Alfred Benney

Dr. Bernard Cooke Engages with the Question: What Is the Hardest Part About Following Your Religion?, Bernard Cooke and Alfred Benney

Dr. Bernard Cooke Engages with the Question: What Is the Relationship Between Religious Practice and Spirituality?, Bernard Cooke and Alfred Benney

Dr. Bernard Cooke Engages with the Question: Who Has Had the Biggest Influence on Your Intellectual Development?, Bernard Cooke and Alfred Benney

Dr. Bernard Cooke Engages with the Question: Why Did You End Up Doing What You're Doing?, Bernard Cooke and Alfred Benney

Dr. Bernard Cooke Engages with the Question: Why Was Vatican II Fundamental for the Catholic Church Today?, Bernard Cooke and Alfred Benney

Dr. Bernard Cooke Engages with the Question: Will Women Ever Be Able to Be Ordained?, Bernard Cooke and Alfred Benney

Dr. Bernard Cooke Engages with the Question: Would We Be Religious if We Were Never Going to Die?, Bernard Cooke and Alfred Benney

Submissions from 2000

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Rev. Dr. Walter Burghardt, S.J. Engages with the Question: How Can a Good God Exist With All the Evil in the World?, Walter Burghardt S.J. and Alfred Benney

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Dr. Martin Marty Engages with the Question: Can You Prove the Existence of God?, Martin Marty and Alfred Benney

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Dr. Martin Marty Engages with the Question: How Do you Deal With “The Problem of Evil”?, Martin Marty and Alfred Benney

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Dr. Martin Marty Engages with the Question: How Do You Define Religion?, Martin Marty and Alfred Benney

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Dr. Martin Marty Engages with the Question: How Do You Respond to the Opinion that All Religions Are Basically the Same?, Martin Marty and Alfred Benney

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Dr. Martin Marty Engages with the Question: How Has Scholarship in Religion Changed?, Martin Marty and Alfred Benney

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Dr. Martin Marty Engages with the Question: What Do You See for the Future of Religious Studies?, Martin Marty and Alfred Benney

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Dr. Martin Marty Engages with the Question: What Has Influenced Your Career Development?, Martin Marty and Alfred Benney

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Dr. Martin Marty Engages with the Question: What is Your Primary Work Focus?, Martin Marty and Alfred Benney

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Dr. Martin Marty Engages with the Question: What Motivates You to Study Religious History?, Martin Marty and Alfred Benney

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Dr. Martin Marty Engages with the Question: Why Do You See the Study of History to Be Important?, Martin Marty and Alfred Benney

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Dr. Martin Marty Engages with the Question: Would Human Beings Be Religious if They Were Never Going to Die?, Martin Marty and Alfred Benney

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Dr. Schubert Ogden Engages with the Question: Can You Prove the Existence of God?, Schubert Ogden and Alfred Benney

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Dr. Schubert Ogden Engages with the Question: Comment on the Issue of Religious Relativism., Schubert Ogden and Alfred Benney

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Dr. Schubert Ogden Engages with the Question: How Did you Develop an Interest in the Study of Religion?, Schubert Ogden and Alfred Benney

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Dr. Schubert Ogden Engages with the Question: How do You Define Religion?, Schubert Ogden and Alfred Benney

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Dr. Schubert Ogden Engages with the Question: Is Faith Enough?, Schubert Ogden and Alfred Benney

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Dr. Schubert Ogden Engages with the Question: Should a Theologian be a Critic of Religions Outside His or Her Field of Study?, Schubert Ogden and Alfred Benney

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Dr. Schubert Ogden Engages with the Question: What are Your Reasons for Studying Religion?, Schubert Ogden and Alfred Benney

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Dr. Schubert Ogden Engages with the Question: What do You Say in Response to the Suggestion that All Religions are the Same?, Schubert Ogden and Alfred Benney

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Dr. Schubert Ogden Engages with the Question: What is of Greatest Concern for You in Your Work?, Schubert Ogden and Alfred Benney

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Dr. Schubert Ogden Engages with the Question: What is Your Greatest Contribution to Theology?, Schubert Ogden and Alfred Benney

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Dr. Schubert Ogden Engages with the Question: What is Your Preferred Approach to the Study of Religion?, Schubert Ogden and Alfred Benney

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Dr. Schubert Ogden Engages with the Question: What Purpose Does Religion Serve?, Schubert Ogden and Alfred Benney

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Dr. Schubert Ogden Engages with the Question: Would Humans be Religious if They Were Never Going to Die?, Schubert Ogden and Alfred Benney

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Rev. Dr. Emilie M. Townes Engages with the Question: Can You Prove the Existence of God?, Emilie M. Townes and Alfred Benney

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Rev. Dr. Emilie M. Townes Engages with the Question: Do Churches Tend to Treat Women Differently from Men?, Emilie M. Townes and Alfred Benney

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Rev. Dr. Emilie M. Townes Engages with the Question: How Can We Solve the “Problem of Evil”?, Emilie M. Townes and Alfred Benney

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Rev. Dr. Emilie M. Townes Engages with the Question: How Do You Respond to Students Who Say “All Religions Are the Same”?, Emilie M. Townes and Alfred Benney

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Rev. Dr. Emilie M. Townes Engages with the Question: How Should a Student Approach the Study of Religion?, Emilie M. Townes and Alfred Benney

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Rev. Dr. Emilie M. Townes Engages with the Question: Is it Possible to Define Religion?, Emilie M. Townes and Alfred Benney

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Rev. Dr. Emilie M. Townes Engages with the Question: What is the “Problem of Evil”?, Emilie M. Townes and Alfred Benney

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Rev. Dr. Emilie M. Townes Engages with the Question: What is Your Greatest Scholarly Concern?, Emilie M. Townes and Alfred Benney

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Rev. Dr. Emilie M. Townes Engages with the Question: What Led You to Your Present Career Path?, Emilie M. Townes and Alfred Benney

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Rev. Dr. Emilie M. Townes Engages with the Question: Why Should We Study Religion?, Emilie M. Townes and Alfred Benney