The Bruderholz podcast introduces the faculty of Vancouver School of Theology in conversation about how their scholarship engages the church and the world God loves. It gets its name from a restaurant/pub in Basel, where the Swiss Theologian Karl Barth held informal classes and conversations after his retirement in 1963. Long before Pub Theology, Barth did theology here with students and groups of clergy which was conversation and interactive and engaged with the big challenges of the times. He said in the classroom it was theology in a more formal sense (dogmatics), in the pub it was theology as conversation, trying out some ideas (gymnastics). We hope to catch that spirit in the conversations we hold. Faculty members of VST at the Bruderholz will be in conversation the hosts of our program, Richard Topping, Principal, and Todd Wiebe, the host of The Rectors Cupboard, a popular Podcast out of the Vancouver area (and friend of VST), Allison Williams, VST student and technical guru for the Rector’s Cupboard, is also a conversation partner.
A Conversation with Dr. Harry O. Maier
A conversation with Dr. Harry O. Maier, Professor of New Testament and Early Christian Studies at Vancouver School of Theology.
A Conversation with Rev. Dr. Raymond C. Aldred
A Conversation with Rev Dr. Raymond C. Aldred, Interim Academic Dean and Director of Indigenous Studies Program at Vancouver School of Theology.
A Conversation with Rev. Dr. Jason Byassee
A conversation with Rev. Dr. Jason Byasse, Butler Chair in Homiletics and Biblical Interpretation at Vancouver School of Theology.
A Conversation with Rabbi Dr. Laura Duhan Kaplan
A conversation with Rabbi Dr. Laura Duhan Kaplan, director of Inter-religious Studies and Professor of Jewish Studies at Vancouver School of Theology.
Introduction to Bruderholz Podcast
Bruderholz host Todd Wiebe and VST student Allison Williams in conversation with VST Principal Richard Topping.
Why does theology matter today? We consider how the Vancouver School of theology aims to be educate students who are thoughtful, engaging and generous. We talk about the programmes, perspective and community engagement of VST.