Reclamation, Religion and Consumerism’s Bricolage: in conversation with Philip Clayton

A couple of weeks ago I had a very interesting conversation with Philip Clayton. Several of us went out for lunch after the High Gravity session on Religion & Science. We were at a restaurant where the walls were decorated with a busy collection of reclaimed signs, old pictures and repurposed … Read more about Reclamation, Religion and Consumerism’s Bricolage: in conversation with Philip Clayton

AAR Event: Derrida and Caputo in Actual Churches

Caputo and Derrida in Actual Churches Exploring the Influence of (a stream of) Postmodern Thought on Christian Practices Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Religion Saturday, November 23 7:00 pm 9:00 pm Loch Raven Room II Sheraton Inner Harbor We’ve assembled a panel of speakers … Read more about AAR Event: Derrida and Caputo in Actual Churches

What On Earth Is The Church Doing? a response to Fitch

In response to the post from earlier this week "Leaving Behind the Liberal Label' I got a fantastic follow-up question from the master of the question mark himself: David Fitch  It was so good that I have made my response its own post.  I would love your feedback on this one.  Bo, Just FYI, … Read more about What On Earth Is The Church Doing? a response to Fitch

Radical Responses

Two weeks ago I put up a post built around Tripp’s notes for his High Gravity talks with Pete Rollins for the Summer Reading Group they were hosting online around the subject of Radical Theology. Little did I know that this would be so poorly received. The main critisim came from 2 divergent … Read more about Radical Responses

Trying Not To Be Cynical About Another Post-Something Christianity

Guest post by Micky Jones Jim Wallis, recent Homebrewed Culture Cast guest and author of the new book, The Common Good, wrote a blog post (link ) titled The Post-Cynical Christian. He described the “debilitating cynicism” he witnessed as he traveled the country on his latest book tour. At each … Read more about Trying Not To Be Cynical About Another Post-Something Christianity

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