Dear Reader…

Dear Reader:

I recently had the opportunity to be interviewed by Scott Langdon, the creator of “God: An Autobiography,” the podcast based on the book by Jerry L. Martin (my husband) God: An Autobiography As Told to A Philosopher.

Scott asks me about what Jerry’s experience of divine encounter was like for me, his wife, in these episodes:

Episode 51: Where Scott interviews Abigail Rosenthal: a philosopher, teacher, author, and Jerry’s wife (Part 1)

Episode 52: Where Scott interviews Abigail about her spiritual experience (Part 2)

In this episode, Jerry and I talk about what it was like for the two of us as a couple.

Episode 53: Where Scott interviews Abigail and Jerry as a couple

About Abigail

Abigail Rosenthal is Professor Emerita of Philosophy, Brooklyn College of CUNY. She is the author of A Good Look at Evil, a Pulitzer Prize nominee, now available in an expanded, revised second edition and as an audiobook. Its thesis is that good people try to live out their stories while evil people aim to mess up good people’s stories. Her next book, Confessions of a Young Philosopher, forthcoming and illustrated, provides multiple illustrations from her own life. She writes a weekly column for her blog, “Dear Abbie: The Non-Advice Column” (www.dearabbie-nonadvice.com) where she explains why women's lives are highly interesting. She’s the editor of the posthumously published Consolations of Philosophy: Hobbes’s Secret; Spinoza’s Way by her father, Henry M. Rosenthal. Some of her articles can be accessed at https://brooklyn-cuny.academia.edu/AbigailMartin . She is married to Jerry L. Martin, also a philosopher. They live in Bucks County, Pennsylvania.
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