Early Christian Monotheism with James McGrath: Homebrewed Christianity 68

Traveling for Thanksgiving? Why not spend it with a few turkeys? Tripp and I cut up for a few minutes as usual, with fresh taunting directed toward our lovable rivals over at The Nick and Josh Podcast, then we turn to the topic du jour. This week, we're visited by James F. McGrath from the popular … Read more about Early Christian Monotheism with James McGrath: Homebrewed Christianity 68

Trinitarian Theology from a Process Perspective with Joseph Bracken: Homebrewed Christianity 66

Dr. Joseph A. Bracken, S.J. is a retired Xavier University professor of theology, and author of many books on philosophical theology, including God: Three Who are One, which we discuss this week. I got a chance to read it for the Transforming Theology Theo-Blogger Consortium last spring. We begin … Read more about Trinitarian Theology from a Process Perspective with Joseph Bracken: Homebrewed Christianity 66

Robert Mesle’s Introduction to the Philosophy of Alfred North Whitehead: Homebrewed Christianity 65

Dr. C. Robert Mesle's 136-page introduction to process-relational philosophy is a must-read for anyone new to process or who wants to be able to clearly articulate Afred North Whitehead's philosophy to others without a lot of technical language or headaches. The interview will give you an idea of … Read more about Robert Mesle’s Introduction to the Philosophy of Alfred North Whitehead: Homebrewed Christianity 65

Harvey Cox and Philip Clayton on Faith and Theology for the Future Church: Homebrewed Christianity 64

What an episode!  Not one, but two amazing and articulate theologians in one podcast.  This week Harvey Cox and Philip Clayton get together for a conversation about faith and theology for the future church.  Harvey's newest book 'The Future of Faith' and Philip's upcoming release 'Transforming … Read more about Harvey Cox and Philip Clayton on Faith and Theology for the Future Church: Homebrewed Christianity 64

Christology and Postmodern Philosophy with Jan-Olav Henriksen: Homebrewed Christianity 62

Jan-Olav Henriksen joins us this week to discuss his new book, Gift, Desire, and Recognition: Christology and Postmodern Philosophy (Google preview here).  If you have wondered just how (or if) Derrida and company could be appropriated by a Christian theologian for a vibrant postmodern Christology, … Read more about Christology and Postmodern Philosophy with Jan-Olav Henriksen: Homebrewed Christianity 62

Reforming Ecclesiology in Emerging Churches with LeRon Shults: Homebrewed Christianity 61

LeRon Shults is back on the podcast!  This podcast is like none other......why?  LeRon is sharing an article with us AND has said he would love to dialogue with listeners\readers\Deacons in the comments of the post.  Ohh did I mention LeRon will ask the question, 'Should affluent white men be … Read more about Reforming Ecclesiology in Emerging Churches with LeRon Shults: Homebrewed Christianity 61

An Emerging, Progressive, and Relational Vision of Faith: Homebrewed Christianity 60

What do you get when Tripp talks to a theologian, church planter, educator, with progressive, emerging, and process tendencies? A podcast unlike any you have ever heard, BUT that is what you get this week when Bruce Epperly joins us. Bruce Epperly is a man of many talents.  He is a theology … Read more about An Emerging, Progressive, and Relational Vision of Faith: Homebrewed Christianity 60

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