St. Nick, Santa, and Slavery

You might know that the historical St. Nick was a generous person who loved children, but you might not have heard the tale about him saving little girls from being sold into sexual slavery. The legend goes that St. Nicholas, the bishop of Myra in the 4th c, found out that a destitute father was … Read more about St. Nick, Santa, and Slavery

Early Christian Monotheism with James McGrath: Homebrewed Christianity 68

Traveling for Thanksgiving? Why not spend it with a few turkeys? Tripp and I cut up for a few minutes as usual, with fresh taunting directed toward our lovable rivals over at The Nick and Josh Podcast, then we turn to the topic du jour. This week, we're visited by James F. McGrath from the popular … Read more about Early Christian Monotheism with James McGrath: Homebrewed Christianity 68

Trinitarian Theology from a Process Perspective with Joseph Bracken: Homebrewed Christianity 66

Dr. Joseph A. Bracken, S.J. is a retired Xavier University professor of theology, and author of many books on philosophical theology, including God: Three Who are One, which we discuss this week. I got a chance to read it for the Transforming Theology Theo-Blogger Consortium last spring. We begin … Read more about Trinitarian Theology from a Process Perspective with Joseph Bracken: Homebrewed Christianity 66

Robert Mesle’s Introduction to the Philosophy of Alfred North Whitehead: Homebrewed Christianity 65

Dr. C. Robert Mesle's 136-page introduction to process-relational philosophy is a must-read for anyone new to process or who wants to be able to clearly articulate Afred North Whitehead's philosophy to others without a lot of technical language or headaches. The interview will give you an idea of … Read more about Robert Mesle’s Introduction to the Philosophy of Alfred North Whitehead: Homebrewed Christianity 65

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