In this podcast Erin Law joins Tripp and Robyn to talk about her work in Somatics. They discuss…
- Why Erin Law is awesome.
- “Gender Trouble” as the Sermon on the Mount for humanity degrees… also Judith Butler is sometimes called J Buts.
- the nature of gender and sexuality
- what’s the deal with Christianity and bodies?
- how friendship can become the place of resistance
- the oppressive technology of separation
- you should get Activist Theology –there is now an AUDIO version.
Then Steed Davidson and Brian McLaren join the fun as we discuss…
- Dr. Steed Davidson is a post-colonial scholar of the Hebrew Bible at McCormick Theological Seminary.
- Tripp takes advice from a Homebrewed Community Member and gets Brian to talk to Steed about the role of post-colonial thought for the future of the church.
- the role of politics and empire in the Reformation translations of scripture
- King James… of the authorized version KJV Bible translation was gay
- the language of ‘slavery’ is used in expanding Protestantism as a spiritualized metaphor for everything but actual slavery
- “if what you are saying is true… the next thing you are gonna tell me is that Jesus didn’t preach the Roman Road.”
- the prophetic persona is a political persona
- the forgotten prophetic power and possibility within the church
- what’s up with the word ‘God’ and does it have a future?
- God is like the world’s greatest tee-ball coach
- the problematic nature of our culture of anxiety creation and management
If you are wise you will get inspired to check out Robyn’s new book. If you do… we got a bunch of goodies from Robyn to send you when you pre-order their new book Activist Theology. That’s right, when you pre-order the book just forward the receipt to goactivistheology [at] gmail [dot] com and we will send you our class Theologies of Resistance and Robyn’s lecture from Theology Beer Camp.
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