150 episodes

Our goal is to get you the best audiological ingredients so you can brew your own faith. Each episode centers around an interview with a different thinker, theologian, or philosopher.

Homebrewed Christianity Podcas‪t‬ Dr. Tripp Fuller | Theologian, Philosopher, Minister

    • Christianity
    • 4.2 • 12 Ratings

Our goal is to get you the best audiological ingredients so you can brew your own faith. Each episode centers around an interview with a different thinker, theologian, or philosopher.

    Kevin Max: From DC Talk to Spiritual Cosmonaut

    Kevin Max: From DC Talk to Spiritual Cosmonaut

    How do you become a hippie socialist Jesus Freak? Well, this is the story of one of them. Very excited to have Kevin Max on the podcast! Kevin is a four-time Grammy-winning vocalist, whose work began in DC Talk and has since explored a host of different genres from spoken-word, electronica, and rock. Currently, he… Read more about Kevin Max: From DC Talk to Spiritual Cosmonaut

    • 1 hr 44 min
    Staff Lounge Shenanigans with Sarah Lane Ritchie & Joshua Ralston

    Staff Lounge Shenanigans with Sarah Lane Ritchie & Joshua Ralston

    We continue a hardcore lockdown here in Scotland, so I talked two of my co-workers into joining me digitally to answer some of your questions. Just think of it as an audio simulation of a staff lounge conversation. Dr. Joshua Ralston is a Reader in Christian-Muslim Relations here at the University of Edinburgh. He recently published… Read more about Staff Lounge Shenanigans with Sarah Lane Ritchie & Joshua Ralston

    • 1 hr 30 min
    John Thatamanil: A Comparative Theology of Religious Diversity

    John Thatamanil: A Comparative Theology of Religious Diversity

    Friend of the podcast and theological super-star John Thatamanil is back on the podcast to talk about his ohhh sooo good new book Circling the Elephant. We had a bunch of nerdy fun and discussed… the task of comparative theology and its relation to constructive theology why the category of religion is problematic the patronizing… Read more about John Thatamanil: A Comparative Theology of Religious Diversity

    • 1 hr 57 min
    Andrew Davison: Participation in God

    Andrew Davison: Participation in God

    Dr. Andrew Davison is a lecturer in the Divinity Faculty of the University of Cambridge, and a fellow at Corpus Christi College, where he is also the Dean of Chapel. He is a regular contributor to Church Times and the Times Literary Supplement. Since 2014, he has been the Canon Philosopher of St Albans Cathedral.… Read more about Andrew Davison: Participation in God

    • 1 hr 38 min
    Alister McGrath: Faith and the Big Picture

    Alister McGrath: Faith and the Big Picture

    Excited to have Dr. Alister McGrath on the podcast. He is a public intellectual, a scholar of science and religion, a prolific author, and the Andreas Idreos Professor of Science and Religion at Oxford University. In the conversation we discuss: the relationship of religion and science Alister’s own testimony of faith Dawkins’ fluffy and boring atheism… Read more about Alister McGrath: Faith and the Big Picture

    • 1 hr
    Big God Questions: Aliens, Hope, the Cross, & Divine Hiddenness

    Big God Questions: Aliens, Hope, the Cross, & Divine Hiddenness

    In this Big God Questions live stream Thomas Jay Oord joins me to tackle a stack of questions people just like yourself sent in. If you enjoyed this, then you should click on to OpenAndRelationalTheology.com and join our upcoming class Becoming Christian. In the class we will be going line by line through the ancient Apostles’… Read more about Big God Questions: Aliens, Hope, the Cross, & Divine Hiddenness

    • 1 hr 31 min

Customer Reviews

4.2 out of 5
12 Ratings

12 Ratings

ayedfy ,

"...the best audiological ingredients"

Description is wrong as I didn't hear much audiology-related content here, but still a pretty good podcast.

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Hard to find good progressive Christian content

Hard to find good progressive Christian content. So this is essential listening. Great variety of guests. But truly could be 30 min shorter if there was less intro and a lot less Trip babble

Liam A Miller ,

A resource you can't do without

Excellent, passionate, insightful interviews with a great array of guests. Essential for theology nerds, and just all those who want to brew a faith that doesn't suck.

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