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

The Big Theological Throw Down with John Cobb & Paul Capetz: Homebrewed Christianity 101

With this mind blowing episode the Homebrewed Christianity Podcast crosses into the second 100 episodes!!  Chad and I are thrilled to still be trying out this audiological and theological adventure with all y'all Deacons!  Going forward we would really like to know more about who you want on (and … Read more about The Big Theological Throw Down with John Cobb & Paul Capetz: Homebrewed Christianity 101

Want to be an Evangelical Arminian? Roger Olson will Help: Homebrewed Christianity 96

I am pumped to share my conversation with Roger Olson.  This card carrying 'evangelical Arminian' joins the podcast to explain common misunderstandings around Arminian theology, the ethical problems of being a Calvinist, the nature and future of evangelicalism, Open theism, the Rob Bell controversy, … Read more about Want to be an Evangelical Arminian? Roger Olson will Help: Homebrewed Christianity 96

Quest for the Living God with Elizabeth Johnson: Homebrewed Christianity ep. 17

Elizabeth Johnson is a hero of mine.  Such a gracious combination of fidelity to Christian tradition, creative exploration in Christian theology, and commitment to the church is hard to find (plus her writing is easy to read). As an aspiring theologian I tend to get theological crushes on books and … Read more about Quest for the Living God with Elizabeth Johnson: Homebrewed Christianity ep. 17

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