Leah Schade: Preaching in a time of Crisis from Corona to Climate

Dr. Leah Schade is Assistant Professor of Preaching and Worship at Lexington Theological Seminary, A graduate of the Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia, her research and experience cover the fields of homiletics and ecological theology. As an ordained minister in the Evangelical Lutheran … Read more about Leah Schade: Preaching in a time of Crisis from Corona to Climate

Ingolf Dalferth: Hermeneutics and the Predicament of Faith #BarrelAged

A number of Homebrewed Community Members asked for this episode to come out of the Barrel and back into the world, so here it is. In this episode I am joined by one of my dissertation advisors for a fun conversation. Ingolf U. Dalferth (DrTheol, University of Tübingen) is Danforth Professor of … Read more about Ingolf Dalferth: Hermeneutics and the Predicament of Faith #BarrelAged

JC on JC: a conversation with John Cobb and Tom Oord on Jesus #BarrelAged

This is a super special conversation between two preeminent scholars and dear friends. Two friends of the podcast gathered in Claremont a few years back as part of the Emergent Village Theological Conversation on Process Theology and this gem of a conversation happened! John Cobb and Tom Oord … Read more about JC on JC: a conversation with John Cobb and Tom Oord on Jesus #BarrelAged

Jonathan Jong & Sarah Lane Ritchie: Can Scientists study gods, souls, and rituals?

Behind many Science and Religion conversations are a number of shaping, but often ignored questions. In this episode Jonathan and Sarah join me for a seriously nerdy and revealing dialogue about the nature and limits of science, the character of religious phenomena, the role of philosophy, … Read more about Jonathan Jong & Sarah Lane Ritchie: Can Scientists study gods, souls, and rituals?

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