Douglas John Hall: What Christianity is Not & a Theology of the Cross

Douglas John Hall is Canada’s greatest living theologian & emeritus professor of theology at McGill University in Montreal, Quebec. He is a theologian of the cross, a contextual theologian, and a wonderfully articulate one as well.  In this conversation we discuss his latest two books What … Read more about Douglas John Hall: What Christianity is Not & a Theology of the Cross

Oliver Crisp: Analyzing Anthropology & the Systematic Turn #KeepItCrispy

Oliver Crisp is back on the podcast and bringing more of his Analytic Reformed excitement to you. I know some of you dear listeners love Calvin and analytic theology, so while I may be less interested in general with those theological trajectories I always enjoy getting to talk with Oliver. That is … Read more about Oliver Crisp: Analyzing Anthropology & the Systematic Turn #KeepItCrispy

Christopher Southgate: Suffering, Trauma, and the Glory of God

Dr. Christopher Southgate is a biochemist turned influential theologian...who just happens to be a well published poet.  (Read this powerful one... when it is safe to cry). Southgate is a Professor at Exeter University in the UK and part of the 'God and the Book of Nature' project I am working on. … Read more about Christopher Southgate: Suffering, Trauma, and the Glory of God

Philip Goff: From Panpsychism to Religious Fictionalism

I am super pumped to have Philip Goff on the podcast and give a gigantic endorsement of his new book Galileo's Error: foundations for a new science of consciousness - now available in print, digital, and AUDIO. Goff is a leading philosopher of mind and advocate for a panpsychist account of mind. … Read more about Philip Goff: From Panpsychism to Religious Fictionalism

Called to be Prophets: Erin Law, Robyn Henderson-Espinoza, Steed Davidson, and Brian McLaren

In this podcast Erin Law joins Tripp and Robyn to talk about her work in Somatics. They discuss... Why Erin Law is awesome. "Gender Trouble" as the Sermon on the Mount for humanity degrees... also Judith Butler is sometimes called J Buts. the nature of gender and sexuality what's the … Read more about Called to be Prophets: Erin Law, Robyn Henderson-Espinoza, Steed Davidson, and Brian McLaren

Justin Barrett: This is Your Brain on God – Cognitive Science and the Naturalness of Belief

Justin L. Barrett joined the School of Psychology in 2011 as Thrive Professor of Developmental Science and served as director of the Thrive Center for Human Development from 2011 to 2014. He is currently the chief project developer for the Office for Science, Theology, and Religion Initiatives … Read more about Justin Barrett: This is Your Brain on God – Cognitive Science and the Naturalness of Belief

Jonathan Jong: Religion, Culture, and Your Impending Death

Dr. Jonathan Jong is a Research Fellow at Coventry University, and Deputy Director of the Brain, Belief and Behaviour group there. He is also a Senior Researcher at the Institute for Cognitive and Evolutionary Anthropology, University of Oxford. Most of his current research is on the psychology of … Read more about Jonathan Jong: Religion, Culture, and Your Impending Death

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