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
Dr. Wilson Dickinson is a writer, pastor, and organizer who lives in his hometown of Georgetown, Kentucky. He teaches theology and directs the Doctor of Ministry and Continuing Education Programs at Lexington Theological Seminary. He is the director of the Green Good News, an organization that works … Read more about Wilson Dickinson: Faith After a Neo-liberal Compliant Church
Michael Northcott is Professor of Religion and Ecology, Indonesian Consortium of Religious Studies, Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia and Professor Emeritus at the University of Edinburgh. While he was in town between semesters in Indonesia we got to connect in his home office for energizing and … Read more about Michael Northcott: God, Gaia, and the Working Class
I am beyond excited about the upcoming class with our guest in this episode - John Cobb. This is the very first interview I ever recorded with Cobb and in it we discuss a process account of the incarnation, Kin-dom of God, and other Christological goodies. You will likely notice how my accent has … Read more about John Cobb: Christology and Process Theology
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?
Dr. John B. Cobb Jr. is the greatest living interpreter of Alfred North Whitehead and he is here to tell you Why Whitehead! In this special episode you will heard a powerful invitation from JC himself to join our upcoming online extravaganza - Probing PROCESS & REALITY. This 6 week online … Read more about A SPECIAL INVITATION from John Cobb: Why Whitehead?
I am thrilled to introduce many of you to a wonderful scholar and new friend. Pete and I met this past summer in SoCal at the TheoPsych seminar put on by my friends in the STAR office at Fuller Seminary. (STAR=Science, Theology and Religion). Whenever someone comes on the podcast from a more … Read more about Peter Hill: Psychological Science and Religion
Douglas John Hall is Canada’s greatest living theologian & emeritus professor of theology at McGill University in Montreal, Quebec. He is a theologian of the cross, a contextual theologian, and a wonderfully articulate one as well. In this conversation we discuss his latest two books What … Read more about Douglas John Hall: What Christianity is Not & a Theology of the Cross
Ian McFarland has recently returned to Candler School of Theology after a few years at Cambridge. Since Candler sponsored the podcast this week I figured it was a good time to bring Ian's first visit to the podcast out of the barrel for your listening pleasure. Dr. McFarland is the Robert W. … Read more about Ian McFarland: Creation Out of Nothing #BarrelAged
Oliver Crisp is back on the podcast and bringing more of his Analytic Reformed excitement to you. I know some of you dear listeners love Calvin and analytic theology, so while I may be less interested in general with those theological trajectories I always enjoy getting to talk with Oliver. That is … Read more about Oliver Crisp: Analyzing Anthropology & the Systematic Turn #KeepItCrispy
The holidays are here and you know what that means? Awkward conversations about religion and politics with family, friends, and coworkers. Today on the podcast I am bringing you some wisdom... rules even... from two friends who work at the intersection of religion and the psychological … Read more about Everyone You Ever Loved Will Die, so Merry Christmas!
Dr. Christopher Southgate is a biochemist turned influential theologian...who just happens to be a well published poet. (Read this powerful one... when it is safe to cry). Southgate is a Professor at Exeter University in the UK and part of the 'God and the Book of Nature' project I am working on. … Read more about Christopher Southgate: Suffering, Trauma, and the Glory of God