Perichoresis is the most beautiful and elegant picture of the Christian godhead that many Christians may be completly unaware of. The easiest way to break down the word is: Peri - as in perimeter Choresis - as in choreograph (from the Greek word to ‘give away’ or ‘make room’) It is the … Read more about P is for Perichoresis
It has happened again. The word ‘the’ has become a stumbling block. The first incident occurred on TNT when I spoke up about my friendship with ‘Al’ - as in incarnational, etc. - and Tripp professed his love for the word ‘the’. ?Tripp wants to talk about the incarnation and the resurrection. ?I … Read more about Drop ‘The’
I'm blogging my way through Neighbors & Wisemen for Lent. Here are 3 quick reflections from chapter 8. This reoccurring theme of 2 teams provides some challenging implications. “I was raised to believe in a two world team consisting of the spiritual haves and have-nots. Christians are the … Read more about Day 8: What’s In A Name?
I have spent that last two weeks reading and shoring up my familiarity with Creation Ex Nihilo and the Trinity respectively. As fascinating as that has been, I have to admit that am speculated out. I can only take so much speculative theology. This is part of why I am so happy to be in the field of … Read more about Zombie Categories and Globalization
In his book Process Theology: a basic introduction , C. Robert Mesle says: “the miracle of birth” is a wise phrase, pointing us toward a healthy theology of miracles. Birth is not supernatural. It involves no intervention violating natural processes. We know a tremendous amount about reproduction … Read more about Making Sense of Miracles
With this mind blowing episode the Homebrewed Christianity Podcast crosses into the second 100 episodes!! Chad and I are thrilled to still be trying out this audiological and theological adventure with all y'all Deacons! Going forward we would really like to know more about who you want on (and … Read more about The Big Theological Throw Down with John Cobb & Paul Capetz: Homebrewed Christianity 101
In this podcast BoDaddy will say "I love the perichoresis. I mean it gets me out of bed in the morning" and Tripp will say about Kathryn Tanner's atonement theory, "That is awesome! I mean theologically that is sexy. You could preach that all day!" We love getting our Christology on at … Read more about Christology Spittin’ Podcast Extravaganza! Homebrewed Christianity 97
For the Transforming Theology Theo-Blogger Consortium, I've been given the privilege of reading Joseph A. Bracken's God: Three Who Are One, part of the Engaging Theology series from Liturgical Press. Bracken invites readers to explore the relevance of the doctrine of God for dialogue between … Read more about God, Part 1