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Author: Dr. Tripp Fuller | Theologian, Philosopher, Minister

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Our goal is to bring the wisdom of the academy's ivory tower into your earbuds. Think of each episode as an audiological ingredient for your to brew your own faith. Most episodes center around an interview with a different scholar, theologian, or philosopher.
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Barry Taylor and Tripp Fuller discuss the changing religious and spiritual space and how it shows up in culture. They reflect on the shift in the Western conversation in the last 25 years. Barry raises a growing awareness in how the concept of religion people thought they were updating, reorienting, and morphing, wasn’t ultimately finding… Read more about Barry Taylor: Theology Beyond Religion
In this episode, Bo reflects on his own deconstruction story, the pace of spiritual change in America, and drops a sweet audiological image. Tripp pitches his deconstruction typology and gets Bo to power rank 3 different theologians’ definition of theology. Check out Bo’s webpage and his podcast with Randy Woodley, Peacing it All Together. Bo’s… Read more about What’s Your Theological Sample Rate?
Kristian Smith is joining Tripp to unpack the intersection of cigars, spirituality, and community. Kristian is a pastor, stylist, theologian, spiritual director, host of the Holy Smokes podcast, and minister of an online faith community. https://www.holysmokesmovement.com & https://www.kristianasmith.com Join us at Theology Beer Camp October 17-19, 2024!   Follow the podcast, drop a review, or become a… Read more about Kristian Smith: Deconstruction in the Black Church
We have all been talking about AI of late and I have been on a bit of a reading deep dive about it. I am thrilled to have my friend Kester Brewin back on the podcast to talk about Artificial Intelligence & the future of religion. His new book, God-like: A 500-Year History of Artificial… Read more about Kester Brewin: Artificial Intelligence & the Future of Religion
  I have been friends with Tony Jones for a long time. For over 12 years, he has been working on his memoir, and it was worth the wait. The God of Wild Places: Rediscovering the Divine in the Untamed Outdoors is now out in the world and we got to sit down in his… Read more about Tony Jones: the Dazzing Darkness & Wild Places
On this edition of the Theology Nerd Throwdown, Tripp & Bo nerd out about… post-Covid Easter worship the United Methodist Breakup over LGBTQ inclusion how frustrating LOTS of aging institutions can get the connection between the Religious Nones & Political Independents how the BoDaddy plans to demolish all beer-chugging challengers at Theology Beer Camp Tripp… Read more about The Post-Easter, Mo-Easter Edition
In this live session, Tom Oord and Tripp Fuller will joined by Josh Patterson of the (re)Thinking Faith podcast to discuss the nature of faith after certainty and the role of scripture for a faith in transition. You can access all 10 videos now by joining the class at www.GodAfterDeconstruction.com God After Deconstruction: Check out… Read more about Faith without Certainty & God After Deconstruction
James McGrath is back and we have some serious fun geeking out about theology and Science Fiction!! What is the difference between a god and a powerful alien? Can an android have a soul, or be considered a person with rights? Can we imagine biblical stories being retold in the distant future on planets far… Read more about James McGrath: Theology & Science Fiction
I am excited to share this conversation with Thomas Jay Oord. In it, we discuss what we’ve learned from surveying thousands of people in faith transition – the reasons, the process, and the possibilities after faith deconstruction. Are you navigating the challenging landscape of faith deconstruction, seeking a path that affirms your deepest intuitions and… Read more about What’s the deal with Deconstruction?
This week, we are joined by Diana Butler Bass as we discuss the historical Jesus, the resurrected Christ, and a host of questions from members of the online class. To join the class, head over to www.CrossanClass.com Diana Butler Bass, Ph.D., is an award-winning author, popular speaker, inspiring preacher, and one of America’s most trusted… Read more about Diana Butler Bass & John Dominic Crossan: The Resurrection of Jesus
I’m excited to announce that tickets for Theology Beer Camp are now on sale! This year, we’ll be hanging out October 17th to 19th in Denver, Colorado. Grab your calendar and save the dates to join 20+ scholars, 20+ God-Pods, and over 500 people like yourself. As always, this year promises to be filled with… Read more about What is happing at Theology Beer Camp 2024?
People often ask me, “Tripp, in 17 years of podcasting, what’s your favorite interview?” I can never answer the question because there are so many different kinds of interviews. I love episodes with my scholarly friends who repeatedly return to the podcast, but for this nerd, I am thrilled to introduce listeners to scholars who… Read more about Robert N. McCauley: Religion is Natural & the Cognitive Science of Religion
This week, we are joined by Dr. Jennifer Garcia Bashaw as we discuss how historical Jesus scholarship can challenge and shape Christian practice, along with a host of questions from members of the online class. To join the class, head over to www.CrossanClass.com Jennifer Garcia Bashaw (PhD, Fuller Theological Seminary) is Associate Professor of New… Read more about Jennifer Garcia Bashaw & John Dominic Crossan: Critical Scholarship for a Faithful Disciple
John Caputo is back on the podcast! If you are new to Homebrewed Christianity, you may not be familiar with Jack. Still, he is a longtime friend of the pod, a top-tier postmodern philosopher who radically returned to his theological roots. In his new book What to Believe? , he gives a beautiful introduction to… Read more about John Caputo: What to Believe?
This week, Brian McLaren and John Dominic Crossan join us as we discuss Jesus’s civilizational significance, hear his teachings in their historical context, examine the habit of interpreting Jesus against his intentions, and answer a host of questions from members of the online class. To join the class, head over to www.CrossanClass.com Brian D. McLaren… Read more about Brian McLaren & John Dominic Crossan: The Message of Jesus & the Judgement of Civilization
Tripp and Bo nerd out and discuss preaching the atonement, liturgical frames, baking bread with kids, theological shoewear, and a Styper-themed show-and-tell. Check out Bo’s webpage and his podcast with Randy Woodley, Peacing it All Together. Bo’s new podcast exploring the legacy of his Father Dr. Martin Sanders can be found here. JOIN our next class,… Read more about Reversing the Goat & Baking Bread on Theology Nerd Throwdown
Ryan Burge returns with a stack of charts as we explore the changing shape of theological education and ministry. Check out the video below to see the charts with your eyes. Ryan P. Burge is an assistant professor of political science at Eastern Illinois University. Author of numerous journal articles, he is the co-founder of… Read more about Ryan Burge: The Future of Christian Education & Ministry in Charts
In this episode, we are joined by Rev. Brian Zahnd & John Dominic Crossan. Brian kicks things off by sharing how Dom’s work on the historical Jesus and his conflict with Rome challenges us today. We end up tackling a host of questions from members of the online class and end with a conversation on… Read more about Brian Zahnd & John Dominic Crossan: God, Violence, Empire, & Salvation
Enjoy this panel discussion on “Deconstructing Divinity & Embracing Diversity” featuring Catherine Keller and John Thatamanil with Tripp Fuller at the “God After Deconstruction” live event at Drew University in February 2024. ONLINE CLASS: Register now for the “God After Deconstruction” online class with Tripp Fuller and Thomas Jay Oord now available at http://www.GodAfterDeconstruction.com. LIVE… Read more about Catherine Keller & John Thatamanil: Deconstructing Divinity & Embracing Diversity
In this thought-provoking conversation with Freya Mathews, we delved into the depths of panpsychism, nature, and eco-philosophy. Freya illuminated the interconnectedness of these ideas, emphasizing how our current ecological crisis demands a profound reevaluation of the very assumptions that gave rise to modernity. Panpsychism, the view that consciousness is a fundamental aspect of the universe,… Read more about Freya Mathews: For Love of Matter & the Dao of Civilization
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Comments (13)

Will Shogren

shit, it has been 15 years.

Oct 30th
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Stephen Bau

The land is a part of our spirituality because it represents an alternative symbol of the ancestors who are always present as the life and spirit we can connect to in nature as the living and spiritual reality of the land. 33:38

Oct 10th
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Stephen Bau

African mystical perspective of God as a powered energy or spirit that we can connect to at any moment. This led to a pantheism or panentheism that is similar to Sally McFague’s perspective of the universe as God’s body. 32:04

Oct 10th
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Stephen Bau

In a secular sense, we are constantly looking forward to a better future. In a theological sense, we are looking back at the past. When are we in the now, in the present moment? 17:24

Oct 10th
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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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