Legendary Bible Scholar, John Dominic Crossan, is back on the podcast! In this episode, we tackle some listener questions and let everyone know about an upcoming class - Easter Stories. John Dominic Crossan is an Irish-American biblical scholar with two-year post-doctoral diplomas in exegesis … Read more about John Dominic Crossan: Jesus, Paul, & Bible Questions
Dr. Leah Robinson is Associate Professor of Religion at Pfieffer University. You should also follow her on twitter. Her previous visits to the podcast include Bad Theology & Jager Bomb Fountains and When a Practical Theologian talks about God. Rev. Sarah Heath is a Methodist minister who left … Read more about Bad Theology… Good God!
A couple of months ago, Ryan joined to discuss recent data on religion in America. It was a very popular episode, and members of the Homebrewed Community requested more charts! Here it is. Ryan P. Burge is an assistant professor of political science at Eastern Illinois University. Author … Read more about Ryan Burge: Evangelical Jews, Educated Church-Goers, & other bits of dizzying data
I have so much fun talking nerdy with Donna Bowman. I'm so pumped to have her back on the podcast and a part of the Christianity in Process series. Donna Bowman is professor of interdisciplinary studies in the Norbert O. Schedler Honors College at the University of Central Arkansas. In this … Read more about Donna Bowman: Flowing with the Living God
In this special session of Ruining Dinner, Diana Bass and I are joined by our friend Brian McLaren. Normally we do monthly live hangs with our supporters called Ruining Dinner. Each time we get together, we discuss whatever is happening in the public square at the intersection of religion and … Read more about Ruining Dinner: Democracy & Denominations on Life Support
Ryan G. Duns, SJ, is a Jesuit priest and an assistant professor of theology at Marquette University. His locates his work the intersection of philosophy and systematic theology and is interested in regarding theology as practice or "way of life." He has published on Karl Rahner, Jean-Luc Marion, … Read more about Ryan Duns: Spiritual Exercises for a Secular Age
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Over the weekend I was talking with Brian McLaren and Diana Butler Bass about our upcoming class exploring how Christianity has changed over the last 20 years. In just a few minutes we came up with so many significant moments it was staggering. Here's the list we came up with. 9/11/01 2/02 … Read more about Oh God, What Now?! – Christianity 20 Years After 9/11
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We just launched a new open online class - Religion and the Spiritual Crisis. This pop-up learning community is a 6-week exploration of our Secular Age & the changing shape of faith and ministry. I am joined by my friend and practical theologian Dr. Andrew Root, as we read some powerful texts … Read more about CLASS PREVIEW: Religion & the Spiritual Crisis