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Greg Farrand, Executive Director for Second Breath, is joining the podcast for a special episode exploring the spiritual journey of Advent. Homebrewed has done over 20+ online classes and one of the consistent requests from a portion of the participants is for some more devotional option. Since the classes include people from many different and… Read more about Greg Farrand: Second Breath & the Advent Journey
It is almost time for our next online class and John Dominic Crossan is here to lure to join Christmas Stories🙂 John Dominic Crossan is an Irish-American biblical scholar with two-year post-doctoral diplomas in exegesis from Rome’s Pontifical Biblical Institute and in archeology from Jerusalem’s École Biblique. He has been a mendicant friar and a… Read more about John Dominic Crossan: Saving the Biblical Christmas Stories
John Thatamanil returns to the podcast and it is one zesty conversation!! We were both in Napa, California for the Power & the God of Love conference. The event was wonderful and getting to record in person with one of my favorite theologians was a real treat. Dr. Thatamanil is Professor of Theology & World Religions at… Read more about John Thatamanil: What we do when we do theology
Diana Bass is back on the podcast for a session of our ongoing series “Ruining Dinner.” We talk about religion and politics with a bunch of zest. Normally these conversations are for our community members, but we decided to share this one far and wide. To be a part of future zoom sessions and get access to… Read more about Diana Butler Bass: Ruining Election Night Dinner
Thrilled to announce our upcoming Advent class with John Dominic Crossan. If you want to dig into the Biblical Christmas narratives with one of the most respected New Testament scholars alive, then signup. It will feature 4 visual lectures, live QnA, a discussion of his book ‘the First Christmas: What the Gospels Really Teach About… Read more about John Dominic Crossan: the most important discovery for understanding Jesus
A couple of months ago, Ryan joined to discuss recent data on religion in America. It was a very popular episode, and members of the Homebrewed Community requested more charts! Here it is. Ryan P. Burge is an assistant professor of political science at Eastern Illinois University. Author of numerous journal articles, he is the… Read more about Ryan Burge: Evangelical Jews, Educated Church-Goers, & other bits of dizzying data
This is the final live stream QnA from the Do I Stay Christian? online class. It was a complete blast to hang with Brian and a couple thousand readers 🙂 To join Brian, Tripp, and a bunch of their friends at Southern Lights: an Adventure in Progressive Christianity this January head over here. If you decide to come… Read more about Brian McLaren: Should I Stay Christian if I don’t Believe?
Mariana Rios Maldonado completed her undergraduate studies in Literature and Spanish Linguistics at the Autonomous University of Zacatecas, Mexico, and her master’s degree in Comparative Literature at the Peter Szondi Institute in Berlin’s Freie Universität. Her research focuses on the influence of Germanic mythology and culture in contemporary literature, Germanophonic fantastic literature between the 18thand… Read more about Mariana Rios Maldonado: Ethics & Otherness in Tolkien’s Middle-earth
Theology Beer Camp Debrief

Theology Beer Camp Debrief

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WOW! Theology Beer Camp was amazing! I had to debrief it with some friends so I invited Nick Polk (Tolkien Heads), Kevin Garcia (Tiny Revolution), Sarah Heath (REVcovery), and Sam Perez (FUNctional Adults /Skip Sandwich Deluxe) to join the conversation. Want to be the first to find out details for Theology Beer Camp 2023? Just sign… Read more about Theology Beer Camp Debrief
Next week is Theology Beer Camp, and almost all of the speakers have been on the podcast multiple times except my friend and New Testament scholar Jennifer Bashaw. Well, let’s fix that! In this convo, we discuss her new book Scapegoats: The Gospel through the Eyes of Victims and her plans for karaoke Thursday night. Enjoy:)… Read more about Jennifer Garcia Bashaw: the Gospel through the Eyes of the Victim
I am excited to have Leah back on the podcast and coming to Theology Beer Camp. If you missed her first visit, then go check it out. It was one of the most popular this past year. The episode was Bad Theology & Jager Bomb Fountains. Dr. Leah Robinson is Associate Professor of Religion at… Read more about Leah Robinson: When a Practical Theologian talks about God
What a treat! I was joined by both Tom Oord and Brian McLaren for this wonderful live stream. FYI, SacraSage Press recently published a 200+ page book with chapter samples from Tom’s best-selling books. Anyone who joins his newsletter will get a complimentary ecopy. “Power and the God of Love” is an in-person conference in… Read more about Brian McLaren & Thomas Jay Oord: a God Worthy of Love
Some pretty cool listeners sent a bunch of Process Theology questions & I got two #ProcessParty friends and scholars to hop on and answer them. Both Tom Oord and Andrew Davis will be at Theology Beer Camp and an upcoming event in Napa, CA – Power & the God of Love. Andrew M. Davis is… Read more about Process This: the Power of Love & the Experience of God w/ Tom Oord & Andrew Davis
Brian McLaren is joining me on four Sunday evenings for some live QnA. This is our third QnA! You can join the online class, future sessions, submit questions, and access the video guide to the book by heading over here. PS… there is a three short video guide to the book you can use with… Read more about Chandrika Phea & Brian McLaren: the Gift of Curiosity
Grace Ji-Sun Kim is back on the podcast to help me tackle some listener questions. We had a lot of fun as a theological tag team, and if you want to hang out with us, you can come to Theology Beer Camp! When registering for the event, drop the code MADANG for $50 off. Check… Read more about Grace Ji-Sun Kim: Godly QnA
Diana Bass is back on the podcast for a session of our ongoing series “Ruining Dinner.” We talk about religion and politics with a bunch of zest. Normally these conversations are for our community members, but we decided to share this one far and wide to invite you to come hang with us at Theology… Read more about Diana Butler Bass: the Over-Rated Genie God
Brian McLaren is joining me on four Sunday evenings for some live QnA. This is our second QnA! You can join the online class, future sessions, submit questions, and access the video guide to the book by heading over here. PS… there is a three short video guide to the book you can use with… Read more about Brian McLaren: Saying Yes to Christianity
Joerg Rieger has a brand new book and Catherine Keller joins the podcast for the celebration! You will want to check out Joerg’s new book Theology in the Capitalocene. In the episode I asked questions that bring themes from the book into conversation with Keller’s own work. While I may be bias, I am confident a theology… Read more about Joerg Rieger + Catherine Keller: Theology in the Capitalocene
Back by popular request is Dr. Ryan Burge! When he was last here, we discussed some myths about Religion and Politics.  Today he returns to the podcast and brings 5 graphs of religion data and we proceed to explore them and generate hot takes about them. To see the graphs themselves, you can watch the… Read more about Ryan Burge: 5 Religion Graphs w/ a side of Hot Takes
Brian McLaren is joining me on four Sunday evenings for some live QnA. This is the first week! You can join the online class, future sessions, submit questions, and access the video guide to the book by heading over here. Brian D. McLaren is an author, speaker, activist, and public theologian. A former college English… Read more about Brian McLaren: Questioning Christianity
Comments (9)

Will Shogren

MSNBC is garbage. Diana is a first-rate intellect but her incessant libbery is troubling. Recommending Bill Kristol's podcast 😠

Mar 23rd
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Will Shogren

David Brooks fucking sucks.

Mar 22nd
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mostly dead

Nonsense. French Enlightement was influenced by British thought. Major figures of French Enlightement pretty much worshipped everything British.

May 5th
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Lewis Paul

This was a fabulous episode. Loved Tripp's description of sacred practices.

Apr 12th
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Will Shogren

this guy has a tiny, tiny penis.

Apr 10th
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Lewis Paul

Thanks nerds, The argument that God is distant and only resides in the philosophical if God doesn't get angry, as a way of justifying the acts that God commands and allows, in the OT, is weak. I agree God is angry and unhappy with many of the ways we behave BUT God rarely if ever resorts to punishment and then only when it doesn't significantly or permanently harm those punished. This means we have to treat with great suspicion, parts of the Bible that do suggest that is how God behaves. In fact we must admit that these represent a significant misunderstanding of God. Blessings.

Mar 6th
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Philip Maikkula

Tripp sounds so bored in this podcast.

Mar 5th
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Will Shogren

lol @ respecting David Brooks

Feb 10th
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