Podcast from Catholic Lab, a podcast and website about the Catholic faith and science, where we examine what the Church has done and continues to do for science. This podcast is part of a series on paleontology. The discussion on Teilhard de Chardin is in the first 23 minutes of the podcast.
Krista Tippett of OnBeing interviews three persons: Ursula King, Teilhard de Chardin scholar and biographer; David Sloan Wilson, Professor of Biology and Anthropology; David Sloan Wilson; and Andrew Revkin, Senior Fellow for Environmental Understanding at Pace University.
Bishop Christopher Coyne of Indianapolis and Father Mark Hunt of Holy Family University in Philadelphia have a four-part podcast in which they discuss the life and writings of Teilhard de Chardin. Bishop Coyne and Father Hunt discuss the evolution of the human, particularly in what Teilhard termed the Noosphere and Christogenesis. The conversion examines topics such as the relationship of the individual to the communal, relationship and individuality attempting to understand what Teilhard de Chardin brings to the living of Christian life.