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The loud, encouragingly troublesome, rebellious, colorful artistry of what one really, actually believes.
What if real, transformative faith is more like disruptive punk rock?
In a world of people addicted to some piece of certainty on "faith-based" reason. Punk Theology exists to explore some hopeful, uncomfortable questions on growth, peace, well-being, recovering what's lost, understanding the plight of "the other", faith, fear and being alive.
An examination of the misfit's awakening spirit. So... How do you define meaning, beauty and truth?
One of the most positive things you could say about punk? It's not a lukewarm, Punk is alive.
Conversations about the artistically odd, pop culture, entertainment, "the church" and current events.
Punk is art without rules...

Punk Theology Russ Shaw

    • Spirituality

The loud, encouragingly troublesome, rebellious, colorful artistry of what one really, actually believes.
What if real, transformative faith is more like disruptive punk rock?
In a world of people addicted to some piece of certainty on "faith-based" reason. Punk Theology exists to explore some hopeful, uncomfortable questions on growth, peace, well-being, recovering what's lost, understanding the plight of "the other", faith, fear and being alive.
An examination of the misfit's awakening spirit. So... How do you define meaning, beauty and truth?
One of the most positive things you could say about punk? It's not a lukewarm, Punk is alive.
Conversations about the artistically odd, pop culture, entertainment, "the church" and current events.
Punk is art without rules...

    S06E06 The Good News & "The Shack" Author Wm. Paul Young

    S06E06 The Good News & "The Shack" Author Wm. Paul Young

    Some Punk Psychology, Philosophy and yes Theology with The Shack author Wm. Paul Young we discuss the complexities of pain, joy, fear, trust and growing faith and/or fear in the uncertain realm of our relationships with everything.
    Starting to think Grace may be a form of anarchy. - Jay Bakker

    • 1 hr 21 min
    S03E05 So This is Christmas Time?

    S03E05 So This is Christmas Time?

    So this is Christmas time. Steve touches on emotions surrounding the song so this is Christmas by John Lennon. Christmas episode ends up the stirring questions like...
    1.
    Why does it seem so hard to spend time just for the sake of valuing a relationships?


    1.
    Is there something to the saying that mainly comes from the U.S. south “We’re going to have us a time” or “We sure had a time”
    2.
    Mindfulness; good for mental health and well-being. But is it because it’s time awareness?
    3.
    Are we as humans really bad at valuing the present moment?
    4.
    Is who we spend our time with as important as what we spend our time on?

    • 34 min
    S03E04 OK BOOMER

    S03E04 OK BOOMER

    Disrespectful? A witty comeback? Malignantly dismissive? Or simply a way to let out some frustration? A millennial, a gen Xer and a Boomer discuss the meme heard round the world OK Boomer!

    • 47 min
    S03E03 And Then There were 3

    S03E03 And Then There were 3

    Punks are Back! 3 3 and now 3

    • 18 min
    S03E02 JayBakker

    S03E02 JayBakker

    Our first honored guest of season 3.
    You may know him from the Sundance television series one Punk under God. He is the author of Son of a Preacher Man: My Search for Grace in the Shadows. Why did he write that? Maybe in part Because He is the son of televangelists Jim Bakker and Tammy Faye Bakker Messner. He’s also the author of Faith, Doubt, and Other Lines I've Crossed. & Fall to Grace: A Revolution of God, Self & Society.
    I’m (Russ Shaw) very honored to have had this conversation with the extremely real and transparent Jay Bakker.

    • 58 min
    S03E01 I'm Better and Everything's Worse

    S03E01 I'm Better and Everything's Worse

    S03E01 I’m Better And Everything is Worse. Season three Gets off to a bumpy start. John leaves before the topic begins. Remaining punks discuss how getting better doesn’t mean the consequences of life get any better.

    • 47 min

Customer Reviews

Jeff Sorenson ,

Great cast

It is really awesome to hear some authentic talks about god and faith. The variety of backgrounds and opinions is great.

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