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.
Douglas Ottati: Reformed Theology for the 21st Century
Douglas Ottati joins the podcast for his 5th visit to discuss his new book, A Theology for the Twenty-First Century. This is one of the most significant Protestant Systematic Theologies in years. I absolutely loved it. Of course, I talk about Ottati’s Christology in my recent book so I am a bit of a fan. Ottati… Read more about Douglas Ottati: Reformed Theology for the 21st Century
Chase Tibbs: Why Go Christian Socialist?
This is a special crossover episode with Chase Tibbs from the Faith and Capital podcast. In our conversation, Chase gives 5 reasons to go ‘Christian Socialist.’ Most theology nerds know that the overwhelming majority of theologians in the 2oth century were socialists. Barth, Tillich, Niebuhr, Guiterrez and more were all committed Christian socialists, and yet today, many… Read more about Chase Tibbs: Why Go Christian Socialist?
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
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
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
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
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The Road to Edmond
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HomeBrewed Christianity - Tripp Fuller
Been listening to Tripp since 2008 … again and again, he and his guests renew my hope for a vital Christianity at the world’s table. His open and relational theology is honest, unpretentious, and clear. The work he’s done in Process sheds much light on the faith, and is profoundly liberating. Tripp isn’t afraid to challenge the faulty assumptions of faith, and there are plenty. But at the same time, Tripp lifts up, and enlarges upon, the heart and soul of the faith - that God is at least as friendly as Jesus … and that’s a good place to always begin, and a good place to end this review. Pay attention to Tripp and his podcast.
Theological Education without the Tuition
Tripp Fuller offers to his listeners a broad range of topics and experts who engage theological questions from a myriad of fields. The episodes are thought provoking and informative. Tripp and his guests are well read and well respected thinkers, artists, and authors in their respective fields who offer discussion that is intelligent yet down to earth.