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

Terence Fretheim’s Relational Theology of Creation: Homebrewed Christianity 58

To say Terence Fretheim is a leading Old Testament scholar is an understatement. Professor Fretheim has literally written the book on creation. His scholarship represents a shift from the previous school, which elevates heilsgeschichte (salvation history) as the primary lens for interpreting the Old … Read more about Terence Fretheim’s Relational Theology of Creation: Homebrewed Christianity 58

Happy 500th Birthday to John Calvin with Paul Capetz: Homebrewed Christianity 56

This week, (I know...we always say this) is a very special Homebrewed Christianity Podcast. It's one of those moments where we visit that rummage sale that happens every 500 years and find some pearls of great price. It's John Calvin's 500th birthday. In this episode, Tripp interviews Paul Capetz, a … Read more about Happy 500th Birthday to John Calvin with Paul Capetz: Homebrewed Christianity 56

Len Sweet on ‘So Beautiful’ and the ‘Jesus Manifesto’: Homebrewed Christianity 54

Len Sweet joins us this week for another outstanding podcast.  The first half of the podcast focuses on his new book 'So Beautiful' in which you get Len being Sweet as he discusses the DNA of the church.  In doing so you get some refined and focused reflection on over-used and under-utilized buzz … Read more about Len Sweet on ‘So Beautiful’ and the ‘Jesus Manifesto’: Homebrewed Christianity 54

Is God a Delusion? A Philosopher’s Response to the New Atheists Homebrewed Christianity 53

This week we are joined by OSU philosopher, progressive Christian blogger, and author of 'Is God a Delusion? A Reply to Religion's Cultured Despisers', Eric Reitan.  In the book you get two things for the price of one. 1- An intro to the philosophy of religion and 2- a fun, readable, and vigorous … Read more about Is God a Delusion? A Philosopher’s Response to the New Atheists Homebrewed Christianity 53

Rediscovering the Bible in Community with Tim Conder: Homebrewed Christianity 52

The hermeneutics train keeps rolling this week with Tim Conder, founding pastor of Emmaus Way in Durham, North Carolina. Tim talks about his new book, Free for All, about approaching biblical interpretation as a community of faith. Here's a taste: The Bible, especially in times of great culture … Read more about Rediscovering the Bible in Community with Tim Conder: Homebrewed Christianity 52

Ron Farmer’s Quest for a Satisfying Hermeneutic: Homebrewed Christianity 51

Our guest this week, as we take a ride on the hermeneutics train, is Dr. Ron Farmer, religious studies professor at Chapman University and dean of Wallace All Faiths Chapel in Orange, California.  Farmer discusses five approaches to scripture that he found in what he calls his 'quest for a … Read more about Ron Farmer’s Quest for a Satisfying Hermeneutic: Homebrewed Christianity 51

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