Church in the Present Tense with Kevin Corcoran: Homebrewed Christiainity 120

Kevin Corcoran, mastermind behind the book Church in the Present Tense (along with Scot McKnight, Peter Rollins, and Jason Clark) talks with Tripp. In the intro we  have fun dreaming of Johnny Depp playing Pete Rollins in The Insurrection movie  with Christopher Walken as John Caputo. (Bo has … Read more about Church in the Present Tense with Kevin Corcoran: Homebrewed Christiainity 120

Merold Westphal on the Rapture, Rob Bell, John Caputo, & More! pt2: Homebrewed Christianity 119

 This conversation with living legend Merold Westphal covers everything from the Rapture to Rob Bell, from his friendship with John Caputo to everyone's favorite theological game: Name Association! He also introduces us to the 'Gang of Four'- the Desert Father, the Geneva Calvinists, the American … Read more about Merold Westphal on the Rapture, Rob Bell, John Caputo, & More! pt2: Homebrewed Christianity 119

Merold Westphal Smacks Onto-theology and Preaches Hermenutics pt1: Homebrewed Christianity 118

 I loved talking to Merold Westphal and I'm pretty sure all the HBC Deacons and theology nerds across the inter-webs are gonna dig this two part conversation.  Westphal is a long time philosophy prof from Fordham University and has now reached the status of emeritus. Merold is a top notch … Read more about Merold Westphal Smacks Onto-theology and Preaches Hermenutics pt1: Homebrewed Christianity 118

9/11 Special: Graham E. Fuller and a world without Islam

On the 10th anniversary of the September 11th attacks, we talk to Graham E. Fuller about the world we live in and geo-political roots of our contemporary conflicts. We talk about Israel, Turkey, Russia, Bosnia,  Malaysia, Indonesia and America.  We also go back in history - past the Crusades - to … Read more about 9/11 Special: Graham E. Fuller and a world without Islam

Economics, Theology, and Discipleship: Joerg Rieger on Homebrewed Christianity 116

We may be in the midst of an 'economic downturn' but at Homebrewed Christianity we are having a 'theological boom.'  If there was one single living person I would want to talk to about theology and economics Joerg Rieger is that person.  Guess what? He is here! Rieger is the Wendland-Cook Endowed … Read more about Economics, Theology, and Discipleship: Joerg Rieger on Homebrewed Christianity 116

Philosophy, Religion, Hermenutics & Theology… Oh My! Ingolf Dalferth on Homebrewed Christianity 115

 A philosopher of religion from the continent (that means Europe) with a sweet accent and theological insights to drop in your ears is on the podcast. His name... Ingolf Dalferth.  His game... Hermeneutical Theology.  Dalferth is one of my professors and Dr. Deacon Hall's dissertation adviser at … Read more about Philosophy, Religion, Hermenutics & Theology… Oh My! Ingolf Dalferth on Homebrewed Christianity 115

The History and Transformation of American Christianity with Bill Leonard: Homebrewed Christianity 114

 If you are a history buff then this is the podcast for you!  We discuss the history of religion in American, its relationship to politics and culture, and how cool Roger Williams was.  Not only that, we tackle the current status of religion in America and in the South as Protestant Christianity has … Read more about The History and Transformation of American Christianity with Bill Leonard: Homebrewed Christianity 114

Discovering Biblical Womanhood in Monkey Town with Rachel Held Evans: Homebrewed Christianity 113

 The One & Only Super-Blogger Extraordinaire Rachel Held Evans is on the podcast.  It is one sweet conversation with the BoDaddy where they discuss her first book Evolving in Monkey Town and her upcoming book about living a year as a real deal 'biblical woman.'  Personally I think Rachel is the … Read more about Discovering Biblical Womanhood in Monkey Town with Rachel Held Evans: Homebrewed Christianity 113

Process, Poetry, & Post-Structuralism With Catherine Keller: Homebrewed Christianity 112

 Catherine Keller is clearly one of the most brilliant theologians taking residence on our planet and she is our guest this week on Homebrewed Christianity!!  We have done a bunch of process theology on the podcast but we haven't had a process thinker who connects Whitehead with Deleuze and Derrida … Read more about Process, Poetry, & Post-Structuralism With Catherine Keller: Homebrewed Christianity 112

Welcome to the Wonderful World of Process Theology with Bruce Epperly: Homebrewed Christianity 111

 Homebrewed Christianity has had a bunch of Process theologians on the podcast and after many requests we have a podcast for the process perplexed.  Bruce Epperly is back on the podcast promoting his excellent new book Process Theology: A Guide for the Perplexed and since the book itself is an … Read more about Welcome to the Wonderful World of Process Theology with Bruce Epperly: Homebrewed Christianity 111

Zizek & David Fitch Smacking Evangelical Master Signifiers: Homebrewed Christianity 110

Theologian, Blogger, Tweeter, and Hauerwasian Mafia hit-man David Fitch is on the podcast.  His coming is due to Deacon Gus' request and here it is for your listening and brain stimulating pleasure.  If you are asking yourself "what would happen if Zizek was American Evangelicalism therapist?" then … Read more about Zizek & David Fitch Smacking Evangelical Master Signifiers: Homebrewed Christianity 110

Practicing the Way of Jesus with Mark Scandrette: Homebrewed Christianity 109

If I had to pick one person who had the such impressive intuition, imagination, and practiced integrity that you should take their advice and premonitions about the future of spiritual formation and discipleship in the church it would be Mark Scandrette.  In this podcast you will hear Mark discuss … Read more about Practicing the Way of Jesus with Mark Scandrette: Homebrewed Christianity 109

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