I am thrilled to have Dr. Hanna Reichel on the podcast for the first time! Our conversation centers around their newest book After Method. Hanna Reichel is Associate Professor of Reformed Theology at Princeton Theological Seminary. Reichel is an internationally recognized Barth scholar and … Read more about Hanna Reichel: Queering Barth & the Possibility of Theology
I hope that no matter where you are in life, you have been able to enjoy the holiday season by eating good food, spending time with friends and family, or at least getting some rest. If the holidays don’t tend to provide comfort, then you can escape and take shelter in The Lord of the Rings movie … Read more about Have Yourself a Lord of the Rings Christmas Movie Marathon
This is a fun conversation with Thomas Jay Oord & Philip Clayton. We have a good time digging into some of the biggest theological questions surrounding Christmas and the Incarnation. Enjoy & then join our upcoming online class, The Cosmic Christ. Thomas Jay Oord is a theologian, … Read more about Philip Clayton & Thomas Jay Oord: Christ, Christmas, & the Incarnation
Throughout the Theology for Normal People series, we have featured interviews with theologians from different parts of the church. In this episode, Dr. Ryan Duns, a Jesuit priest and theologian at Marquette University, returns to the podcast to share how he thinks in and with the Catholic … Read more about Ryan Duns: Thinking within the Catholic Tradition
Ryan Burge is back and he has a bunch of charts to get us chatting! To stay up to date with Ryan's regular release of graphs about religion, follow his substack here, IG here, and formerly twitter here. Ryan P. Burge is an assistant professor of political science at Eastern Illinois University. … Read more about Ryan Burge: The Sky is Falling & the Charts are Popping!
My friend, Dr. Bethany Sollereder, is Lecturer in Science and Religion at the University of Edinburgh. She received her PhD in Theology from the University of Exeter and an MCS in interdisciplinary studies from Regent College, Vancouver. She specializes in theology concerning evolution and the … Read more about Bethany Sollereder: Does Theology Make Progress?
I am thrilled to have my friend Dr. Adam Clark back on the podcast. This conversation captures so many of his most potent observations about the task of thinking theologically in the key of liberation. Enjoy :) Dr. Adam Clark is Associate Professor of Theology at Xavier University. … Read more about Adam Clark: Thinking Liberation
When I started the podcast over 15 years ago, Elgin was an infant, and today he is here hosting the podcast! Elgin decided to join the upcoming class, Live Before You Die, and has been collecting a stack of questions as he read through Paul Tillich's The Courage to Be. Yesterday, we were tailgating … Read more about The Courage to Be 15 w/ Elgin Fuller & Aaron Simmons
I was in Minneapolis speaking at the Festival of Homiletics and ended up at a bottle release party at Surly Brewing with my friend Tony Jones. There, we shared stories from our time in the Emerging Church Movement, what we learned, all the friends we made, and where we've all ended up. We decided … Read more about The Story of the Emerging Church Movement
Everyone doesn't have to be a theology nerd, but if you want to know what it sounds like when we have fun, this conversation with John Thatamanil is exhibit A. Over the years, John and I have had multiple conversations on and off the podcast, and everyone is a complete joy. I am always wholly hyped … Read more about John Thatamanil: God – the Ground, the Between, the Personal
How do liberal Protestant Christian theologians think? Few people are as capable as our guest, Dr. Paul Capetz, at articulating the heart of liberal Protestantism. Paul has been a friend for a long time. We first met at Claremont School of Theology when he was on sabbatical and we quickly realized … Read more about Paul Capetz: Recovering Protestantism’s Original Insight
Have you ever read a book that you loved because it was uncomfortable? One that extended questions you've raised and challenged the answers you were attracted to? Maybe a book that, when you got done, you knew you needed to reread it? That happened when I finished Dr. Clark's Reclaiming Stolen … Read more about Jawanza Eric Clark: Reclaiming Stolen Earth