Episode 10 of Unfolded is here. In this episode, a detective hopes that a mysterious figure named Edward might have some answers that would help him solve his baffling case. Talk to Us We truly love feedback and dialogue. Please leave comments here on the blog and let us know what you thought … Read more about Unfolded Episode 10 – When Dawn Becomes Day
Roger Olson blogged about why he is not a Process Theologian. Since I am a newbie to Process Thought, I thought it would be fun to respond to the post point-by-point. My responses are in bold. In the days to come, people who do this for a living (instead of a hobby) will respond more deeply and … Read more about A Newbie Response to Roger Olson
Welcome to a special bonus episode of Unfolded. Matt and I (Jesse) decided that it would be cool to give folks a peek under the hood, so to speak. We'll be interviewing our guest contributors in an effort to explore art and creativity in-depth, and hopefully capture a glimpse of their creative … Read more about Unfolded Ep. 9.5 – Interviews that Reveal: Dave Harrity
The way I see it, there is a fundamental paradox--an unavoidable tension-- at the heart of any attempt to avoid thinking the theological anthropocentrically (focused on us and what God as done for us). In other words, to varying degrees (and with varying vigilance) theologians, pastors, disciples, … Read more about A Rant for an Ecstatic God
In Episode 9 of Unfolded, the illustrious Dave Harrity reflects on relationships, marriage, love, awkwardness, pride and compassion in his poetic story entitled Through The Motions. And, as always, Matt Barlow shines on the 1's and 2's. Dave Harrity is an author and teacher from Louisville … Read more about Unfolded Episode 9 – Through The Motions
Callid Keefe-Perry joins the Caputo book tour with a thought provoking video contribution. It's time to nerd out with some theopoetics & the Insistence of God. [These links go into the video itself if you want to skip around] First Part: Contextualizing this book in Caputo’s … Read more about Caputo’s Theopoetics
Scholar, Philosopher & Friend of the podcast Professor Clayton Crockett is guest posting as part of the Insistence of God book tour. You may remember his previous visits to the podcast where he discussed Radical Political Theology or the New Materialism. If not check them out! Now get ready … Read more about Is there an Event of Plasticity in Malabou?
Thanks to Tripp and Indiana University Press I also get to contribute a post to the Insistence of God blog tour, John Caputo's latest and most "insystematic" (had to!) treatment of the theological. Full disclosure, I'm selfishly taking part because I'm working on a chapter engaging Caputo for an … Read more about Religion Within the Bounds of Hauntology Alone?
John Caputo has just released a brand new book & Indiana Pres hooked me up with some copies to run a little blog tour. If you haven't already purchased yourself a copy of The Insistence of God then do it now... I'll wait... NOW check out the blog stops, share your responses and let me know if … Read more about The Insistence of God Theo-Blogger Tour!
This week we dove into the world of biology, perhaps the most contentious field of Religion and Science interaction. I'm thinking some of my recaps have been a bit much (length-wise), so I'm gonna try to be brief here, and lean into the reaction and question part a bit more. Recap: Philip … Read more about #HighGravity Religion and Science: wk 3 Emergence, Eco-everything, and Evil
Unfolded is back from hiatus. We missed you all. We hope you missed us. There is lots of fun stuff coming up in the near future. Here is a taste: While we were gone, we spent some time with the Homebrewed Crew down in Asheville and recorded a LIVE Unfolded story at Wild Goose. It was choose your … Read more about Unfolded | Episode 8 | The Invisible One
I am always learning and part of blogging for me is comparing notes with other people. It is part of my education. I don’t claim to be an expert on anything - I am just attempting to supplement the cultural conversation I watch stream by. Quick Disclaimers: I am not a radical theologian and … Read more about An Important ‘A’ from Jack Caputo