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Adam Clark & Jeffrey Pugh joined me for a theological debrief on the anniversary of the 1/6 insurrection. It was a powerful conversation with two dear friends.


Previous Episodes w/ Adam:

Christmas, BLM, Abortion, & the War on White Evangelicalism

Jan 6th Theological Debrief: Adam Clark and Jeffrey Pugh

Adam Clark: What is Black Theology?

From Lebron James to the Black Panther: Black Theology QnA w/ Adam Clark

Adam Clark: James Cone was right

The Secret Chart to the END OF TIME (kind of) with Jeffrey Pugh and Daniel Kirk

God Loves Science (Fiction) with Jeff Pugh and Will Rose

Jeffrey C. Pugh: Why Go Bonhoeffer?

Dr. Jeffrey C. Pugh recently retired as Maude Sharpe Powell Professor of Religious Studies and Distinguished University Professor from Elon University in North Carolina. The author of six books ranging from Barth, religion and science, and the apocalyptic imagination to Bonhoeffer, Pugh’s work has focused on Christian complicity in the Holocaust and the lessons that can be applied to instruct future generations. His latest work, a chapter on his reflections while he was participating in the clergy resistance at the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville is found in Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Theology, and ResistanceHe and his wife Jan, a retired United Methodist minister, make their home in Charlottesville, Virginia.

Dr. Adam Clark is Associate Professor of Theology at Xavier University. He is committed to the idea that theological education in the twenty first century must function as a counter-story. One that equips us to read against the grain of the dominant culture and inspires one to live into the Ignatian dictum of going forth “to set the world on fire.” To this end, Dr. Clark is intentional about pedagogical practices that raise critical consciousness by going beneath surface meanings, unmasking conventional wisdoms and reimagining the good. He currently serves as co-chair of Black Theology Group at the American Academy of Religion, actively publishes in the area of black theology and black religion and participates in social justice groups at Xavier and in the Cincinnati area. He earned his PhD at Union Theological Seminary in New York where he was mentored by James Cone.

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