This year at the Annual Meetings of the American Academy of Religion and Society for Biblical Literature (Baltimore, November 23-26) we're interested in assembling a panel of speakers who can address concrete, physical Christian activities which have been influenced by post-modern thought. That … Read more about Call for Proposals: Derrida and Caputo in Actual Churches
Sometimes you stumble into something so wildly different than anything you have encountered before that it can give you a bit of whiplash. When this happens in the realm of theology – it can cause a level of trauma to your faith that it feels as if it will never recover. This is where translators … Read more about Radical Theology Cliff Notes
I am PUMPED about this guest post by philosopher & avid hiker Leon Niemoczynski. I first connected with Leon when I read his book on Charles Peirce and then found out he was into Process thought, speculative realism, and German Idealism. On top of that I listened to him do a better job than I … Read more about How Taking a Hike Can Lead to Metaphysics
Guest Blogger: Amy Mitchell of UnchainedFaith.com Not long ago, I read a lively discussion among a group of fellow writers on the interpretation of Scripture and who has earned to right to explain the meaning and original context for the Bible. Two of them suggested that theological discourse must … Read more about Meaningful Dialogue and Dialogue about Meaning
For by grace you have been saved through faith, and this is not your own doing; it is the gift of God— 9not the result of works, so that no one may boast. For we are what he has made us, created in Christ Jesus for good works, which God prepared beforehand to be our way of life. –Ephesians … Read more about Faith-Works: What’s the differance?
Have we got a blog tour for you... it's so digital it's material! Religion, Politics, & the Earth: the New Materialism is one sweetly nerdy book that opens up an alternative future to our global situation with theology. In honor of its release (and my brain crush on on Crockett & Robbins) we … Read more about Religion, Politics & the Earth all over the Theo-Blogs!
It's time for the Subverting the Norm conference road-trip! Who wants some Hegel? Kierkegaard? Derrida? Caputo? Altizer? Well our Chicago podcast corespondent - Deacon Stephen Keating - sat down with Dr. Ted Jennings in a pub to discuss Radical Theology... and help you get your nerd on as you … Read more about The Subverting the Norm Road Trip Podcast with Ted Jennings
What happens when a philosopher interviews a scientist about energy? I am not gonna tell you but you can listen! Clayton Crockett, c0-author of The New Materialism, interviews Kevin Mequet about the pivotal scientific concepts in the book. This episode is a follow-up to Clayton's partner in … Read more about The Energetic Science of the New Materialism
Integral Philosophy has come up a few times on Homebrewed Christianity. A bunch of friends of the show have dabbled in it including Brian McLaren, Richard Rohr, Shane Hipps, and Rob Bell & the Deaconate have asked repeatedly "what's an Integral?" Well the wait is over. Steve McIntosh, an … Read more about Welcome to the World of Integral Philosophy w/ Steve McIntosh
by Steve McIntosh This is my second "guest blog" here on Homebrewed Christianity. The first one, titled: "What Is Integral Philosophy?", drew a response from Emergent Church thought leader Tony Jones, over at the Patheos website, titled: "Why Does Integral Philosophy Sound Like New Age?". I was … Read more about On the Credibility of Integral Philosophy: a Response to Tony Jones’ Blog
What does the "Death of God" mean? Wouldn't a documentary help explain it? Well Brad Johnson (@ahablives on twitter) was pressured by Deacon Keating to post the old school documentary on the movement. You can enjoy hearing Thomas Altizer as a young man explain it. I have to say that I like … Read more about Death of God… the documentary
Brace yourself! Jeffrey Robbins is all about the New Materialism and he is going to knock your socks off! Tripp gets to chat with the co-author of the book "Religion, Politics and the Earth" (along with pod favorite Clayton Crockett) that is making its way around the inter-webs in preparation … Read more about The New Materialism with Jeffrey Robbins