Readers of Eclectic Orthodoxy are well acquainted with David Hart’s 2015 Notre Dame lecture. I have read the written version of the lecture on multiple occasions, but have only listened to it once. It’s a powerful address, both in its oral and written formats. There’s something to be said about the former, and if you haven’t listened to the lecture, do yourself a favor. I know more than one person who was converted to the greater hope because of it.
Which arguments advanced in this lecture do you find most challenging, provocative, convincing or problematic?