Peter Rollins & Barry Taylor answer THE question “What Would Paul Do?” Ep. 129

"What Would Paul Do?"  That's the question and Peter Rollins and Barry Taylor are here to answer it Biblically.  This is a seriously fun conversation from the Soularize cconference that I thought would be the perfect to share at the beginning of the year. For those who don't read atheist … Read more about Peter Rollins & Barry Taylor answer THE question “What Would Paul Do?” Ep. 129

Banned Questions about Jesus & the Bible with Christian Piatt

Christian Piatt, author of Banned Questions about Jesus & Banned Questions about the Bible stops by for a chat about church, Jesus, faith, the Bible and the important stuff in life.  As a minister's husband Christian has been part of planting a progressive Disciples of Christ church in … Read more about Banned Questions about Jesus & the Bible with Christian Piatt

Paul, Empire and the Arrogance of Nations: Neil Elliott

 Neil Elliot talks to Tripp about Paul, Empire and the Arrogance of Nations.  In this conversation Neil helps us set the book of Romans in its historical, political, cultural, and religious context.  When Romans becomes theologically alive again it has a word to speak about the Imperial situation in … Read more about Paul, Empire and the Arrogance of Nations: Neil Elliott

Waking Up to Community & Empire with Marc Ellis

Dr. Marc Ellis is renowned thinker and a Jewish Liberation Theologian. In this interview with Bo & Tripp  he speaks candidly about community, empire, Biblical scholarship, Israel, the Apostle Paul, Evangelics, and legendary people that he knew (like Dorothy Day). Marc Ellis is widely regarded … Read more about Waking Up to Community & Empire with Marc Ellis

Radical Political Theology with Clayton Crockett

Clayton Crockett tells that you can't go home again. The world of religion and politics has changed so radically that the old definitions and boundary markers are nearly unrecognizable - and even less helpful. Clayton Crockett is Associate Professor and Director of Religious Studies at the … Read more about Radical Political Theology with Clayton Crockett

Blue Like Jazz the Movie! A Conversation with Steve Taylor & friends

  We sat down with director (and music legend) Steve Taylor for a roundtable about his newest project Blue Like Jazz the movie.  Joining us is one of the script's writers Jordan Green of the Burnside Writers, the Whiskey Preacher, Rev. Amy Piatt, & her preacher's spouse Christian.  The … Read more about Blue Like Jazz the Movie! A Conversation with Steve Taylor & friends

Agents of Future: Angie and Todd Fadel on Music and Ministry

Angie and Todd Fadel are Agents of Future:  a (band) experience that comes out of a community expression. In this conversation with Bo Sanders from Soularize 2011, they talk about ministry, music, and what it means to get below the surface and invite people who are safe into a place of … Read more about Agents of Future: Angie and Todd Fadel on Music and Ministry

Religious Pluralism, Christology & Process with Monica A. Coleman: Homebrewed Christianity 123

Monica A. Coleman is Assc. Professor of Constructive Theology and African American Religions at Claremont School of Theology. She is the author of Making a Way Out of No Way: A Womanist Theology (Innovations: African American Religious Thought), The Dinah Project: A Handbook for … Read more about Religious Pluralism, Christology & Process with Monica A. Coleman: Homebrewed Christianity 123

Doug Pagitt Wants the Church to get Inventive: Homebrewed Christianity 122

 Doug Pagitt is a church planter, author, social media consultant, radio host, and all around good dude. This week he joins us for a conversation about his new book Church in the Inventive Age and we have a great time.  It's sure to get your brain a flowing and your mouse a clickin' (to amazon … Read more about Doug Pagitt Wants the Church to get Inventive: Homebrewed Christianity 122

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