So you think you’re autonomous?

Brent Waters, UCC minister, theological ethicist, and author of the book Just Capitalism: A Christian Ethic of Economic Globalization is on the podcast talking economics, globalization, and Christian ethics. This book might just annoy more people on the left and the right than any other book in a long time. Not to mention, it’s really persuasive.

Brent and Tripp tackle a ton of topics, including why exchange is necessary, but not sufficient, easy answers about globalization and the economy that are too popular to be adequate, globalization and missiology, the preferential option for the poor, immigration, and the environment. Plus, Brent tells conservatives and progressives what he thinks they need to confront.

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If you want to help support the podcast, head over to homebrewedcommunity.com now and become a member today. Not only will you get a sweet ecclesiastical title, but you’ll also get all sorts of perks and insider access to Homebrewed content. If you become a member in April you’ll get the Process Theology Bootcamp Tripp did with John Cobb and Jay McDaniel. That’s over six hours of zesty goodness. Plus, you’ll get to experience the joy of supporting the only theology podcast that gives you ingredients to brew your own faith.

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#TheologyBeerCamp Summer Edition is coming to Denver and Oklahoma City this August. Head over to theologybeercamp.com to get your tickets. You won’t want to miss Tripp and Peter Rollins dueling in the process vs. radical theology battle of the summer. Plus, we might convince Pete to sing karaoke…

 

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