Callid recently released his book, Way to Water: A Theopoetics Primer with Cascade Books and we threw an online book party. That celebratory and streaming endeavor has been edited for your listening enjoyment. The book itself is chock full of goodness with chapters on process theopoetics (including Catherine Keller), the intersection of biblical and literary studies, Rubem Alves‘ liberation theology, and the sweet Continental philosophy of John Caputo, Richard Kearney, and Karmen MacKendrick. For more info on Callid’s book check out the blog tour.
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You can also check out the downloadable package of three High Gravity classes Tripp and Peter Rollins taught together. It includes all the audio from Atheism for Lent, Radical Theology, and Christology classes totally over 27 hours of material for 50 bucks.