From Radical Hermeneutics to the Weakness of God with John Caputo: Homebrewed Christianity 19

This week all-star philosopher John Caputo is our guest as he shares his philosophical and theological journey through his career.  If you are already a Caputo fan you will hear how he managed to make his more recent theological turn.  If you aren't a fan yet, then you will be.  He shares how an … Read more about From Radical Hermeneutics to the Weakness of God with John Caputo: Homebrewed Christianity 19

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

Hermeneutics, Homosexuality, Controversy, and Ministry with E. Scott Jones: Homebrewed Christianity 16

It is good to be back.  Chad and I missed a week but were able to record an intro on the one day we were both at home.  Hopefully you all listened to the Nick and Josh Podcast this past week where they interview Dr. Peter Rollins and reveal some of our endorsements. This week we are joined agian, … Read more about Hermeneutics, Homosexuality, Controversy, and Ministry with E. Scott Jones: Homebrewed Christianity 16

Homebrewed Christianity: Suffering and Meaning with Prof. Bob Mesle (pt.2)

  Here is the first episode of this discussion, so if you didn't listen last week check it out first.  I am at the beach with my youth group so finding new links to put on the podcast didn't happen.  So here are the ones from last week.  I will say two of my adult sponsors and three high school … Read more about Homebrewed Christianity: Suffering and Meaning with Prof. Bob Mesle (pt.2)

Homebrewed Christianity 13: A Faithful Flaming Heretic and Divinely Sanctioned Violence with Dr. Craig Atwood

This week we have professor Craig Atwood on the show for a great conversation about a good'ole heretic Jan Hus. I don't want to steal the historical thunder of Atwood, but I am confident that for those who listen you will be inspired by a heretic from Church History who was killed by the church on … Read more about Homebrewed Christianity 13: A Faithful Flaming Heretic and Divinely Sanctioned Violence with Dr. Craig Atwood

Homebrewed Christianity 12: A Rollin’ Gospel Revival w/ Tony Jones & Doug Pagitt

The Church Basement Roadshow is traveling around the nation this summer. This week you will hear Professor Hawthorne (Tony Jones, author of The New Christians) and Brother Duke (Doug Pagitt, author of A Christianity Worth Believing) barnstorm Homebrewed Christianity. The CBR has a blog now at … Read more about Homebrewed Christianity 12: A Rollin’ Gospel Revival w/ Tony Jones & Doug Pagitt

Homebrewed Christianity 10: “Pagitt and Conder on A Christianity Worth Believing”

This week you will hear two friends talking.  Tim Conder of Emmaus Way and author of Church in Transition will be doing most of the interviewing of Doug Pagitt from Solomon's Porch and fellow Emergent Village leader.   They were both in Winston a few months ago for a church planting conference and I … Read more about Homebrewed Christianity 10: “Pagitt and Conder on A Christianity Worth Believing”

Homebrewed Christianity 9 “Anthony Smith – the Postmodern Negro – talks the Blues, Race, Religion, and Politics”

Anthony Smith, grade-A emergent blogger, joins Chad and I for a conversation that goes all kinds of places with all kinds of goodness. In the conversation you will get a preview of his seminar he is leading the the Cornerstone Music Festival, what he wants to put on the President's Ipod, how the … Read more about Homebrewed Christianity 9 “Anthony Smith – the Postmodern Negro – talks the Blues, Race, Religion, and Politics”

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