Dr. Helene Russell is an Associate Professor of Theology at Christian Theological Seminary in Indianapolis. Russell has published the book The Pluralism Within: a Reconstruction of Theological Anthropology based on Soren Kierkegaard and Luce Irigaray and edited Creating Women’s Theology: A Movement … Read more about Helene Russell: Trauma Sensitive Theology
This was a live homebrewed happy hour with two friends of the pod delivered now for your enjoyment! We discuss their co-authored book Intersectional Theology and then answer questions live from the stream. Susan M. Shaw is professor of Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies at Oregon State … Read more about Grace Ji-Sun Kim & Susan Shaw: What is Intersectional Theology?
In this episode I am joined by the Norwegian philosopher and theologian Dr. Jan-Olav Henriksen. He is the Professor of Philosophy of Religion in MF Norwegian School of Theology, Norway, and Professor of Contemporary Religion at Agder University, Norway. I absolutely loved his recent trilogy of books … Read more about Jan-Olav Henriksen: Symbol-Deficit Disorder and other Theological Predicaments
This is one wild and crazy episode with three friends. Sarey and Dan (You Have Permission Podcast) join me and Mason (a People's Theology Podcast) to launch a spectacular resource for those going through a faith transition - So You're Deconstructing. You will definitely want to check out the site … Read more about The Evangelical Youth Group Fantasy Draft
This episode is #Zesty. Ever since I first started reading Dr. Jennings' work I have wanted to get him on the podcast and it did not disappoint. We discuss Christian animism, the nature of whiteness, the hidden supersessionism in the Religion-Science dialogue, theological education, and more. … Read more about Willie Jennings: Christianity Beyond Whiteness
This is a special episode where I share an audio version of my written response to Joerg Rieger's book Jesus vs Caesar. If you haven't read the book I imagine you can still follow along, especially if you listened to my recent interview with Rieger about it HERE. The main reason I am sharing this is … Read more about Different Gods, Different Religions?
I just saw Tom Oord's tweet that Terence Fretheim passed away while I was reading his new book God So Enters into Relationship That... It is always shocking to hear how a live conversation partner you deeply value must shift to the page and these recordings. I can't exaggerate Frethiem's role in my … Read more about Terence Fretheim: God So Enters into Relationships That…
When we observe a tension between Jesus and Caesar, we acknowledge that a fundamental tension remains at the heart of Christianity. The tension is not between religion and atheism or secularism. Nor is it between organized religion and personal spirituality or between Christianity and other … Read more about Joerg Rieger: Jesus vs Caesar
Dr. Robyn Henderson-Espinoza is founder and co-director of The Activist Theology Project, is a nonbinary transqueer activist, Latinx scholar, and public theologian living and working in the American South. Henderson- Espinoza, who teaches at Duke Divinity School, is author of Activist Theology … Read more about Ruining Dinner with Diana Butler Bass and Robyn Henderson-Espinoza
Dr. Bass is an award-winning author, popular speaker, inspiring preacher, and one of America’s most trusted commentators on religion and contemporary spirituality. Diana’s passion is sharing great ideas to change lives and the world – a passion that ranges from informing the public about spiritual … Read more about Diana Butler Bass: Evangelical Decline, the Supreme Court, and the Horizon of Possibility
Dr. Reggie Williams is the Associate Professor of Christian Ethics at McCormick Theological Seminary and author of Bonhoeffer’s Black Jesus:Harlem Renaissance Theology and an Ethic of Resistance. Here's Reggie's previous visit to the podcast: Reggie Williams: Bonhoeffer’s Black Jesus Dr. … Read more about Reggie Williams & Diana Butler Bass: Debating, Praying, and Living with Tyrants
Keith Ward is a British philosopher, theologian, priest and scholar. He is a fellow of the British Academy and a priest of the Church of England. He was a canon of Christ Church, Oxford until 2003. Comparative theology and the relationship between science and religion are two of his main topics of … Read more about Keith Ward: Sharing in the Divine Nature