appLD_0915_CKeller_0109JC is on the podcast! That’s right it is Just Catherine (Keller). During the podcast we discuss her amazing new book Cloud of the Impossible and the connections between the apophatic tradition, contemporary science and process theology.

This podcast episode is sponsored by Subverting the Norm III. STN3 (November 5-7) is that most awesome of an event in Springfield Missouri in which Keller, Caputo, Rollins, and more will be bringing the theological heat. Be there. Use the code HBCSTN for a discount. The day before on November 4th Jack Caputo and I will be putting on a Theology Nerd Bootcamp. If you want to nerd out in a very significant way then you should be there. Sign-up now!

Catherine Keller is Professor of Constructive Theology at the Theological School of Drew University. In her

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teaching, lecturing and writing, she develops the relational potential of a theology of becoming. Her books reconfigure ancient symbols of divinity for the sake of a planetary conviviality—a life together, across vast webs of difference. Thriving in the interplay of ecological and gender politics, of process cosmology, poststructuralist philosophy and religious pluralism, her work is both deconstructive and constructive in strategy. In this podcast we discuss Cloud of the Impossible: Theological Entanglements, which explores the relation of mystical unknowing, material indeterminacy and ontological interdependence.

Keller has taught since 1986 in the Theological and Philosophical Studies Area of Drew’s Graduate Division of Religion. After studies in Heidelberg and in seminary, she did her doctoral work at Claremont Graduate University with John B. Cobb,Jr., and remains involved with the Center for Process Studies. Through her leadership of the Drew Transdisciplinary Theological Colloquium since its inception in 2000, she fosters with colleagues and graduate students a hospitable context for its far reaching annual conversations. The TTC has yielded a path-breaking series of co-edited volumes.