We just launched a brand new online pop-up learning community - Captial Change with Dr. Joerg Rieger. Over 6 weeks we will explore the intersection of religion and economic justice. To join learn more details and sign up just head over here. Want to get all the class sessions in a podcast feed … Read more about Joerg Rieger: the End of Religion & Business as Usual
"John Polkinghorne said his being a physicist-priest might strike some like being a vegetarian-butcher. But in his writings, speaking, teaching, and ministry, he showed one could affirm the best of both science and theology. John died on March 9, 2021. I was privileged to work with him on several … Read more about On John Polkinghorne: Creation, Prayer, Miracles, and Time
Douglas Ottati joins the podcast for his 5th visit to discuss his new book, A Theology for the Twenty-First Century. This is one of the most significant Protestant Systematic Theologies in years. I absolutely loved it. Of course, I talk about Ottati's Christology in my recent book so I am a bit of a … Read more about Douglas Ottati: Reformed Theology for the 21st Century
This is a special crossover episode with Chase Tibbs from the Faith and Capital podcast. In our conversation, Chase gives 5 reasons to go 'Christian Socialist.' Most theology nerds know that the overwhelming majority of theologians in the 2oth century were socialists. Barth, Tillich, Niebuhr, … Read more about Chase Tibbs: Why Go Christian Socialist?
How do you become a hippie socialist Jesus Freak? Well, this is the story of one of them. Very excited to have Kevin Max on the podcast! Kevin is a four-time Grammy-winning vocalist, whose work began in DC Talk and has since explored a host of different genres from spoken-word, electronica, … Read more about Kevin Max: From DC Talk to Spiritual Cosmonaut