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.
Andrew Root: Acceleration, Resonance, & the Counting Crows
Andy and I tackle a bunch of questions from Religion and the Spiritual Crisis class members. It is a bunch of fun:) You can grab the class lectures now before they get locked up in the HBC vault for members only. Andrew Root is the Carrie Olson Baalson Professor of Youth and Family Ministry at Luther Seminary,… Read more about Andrew Root: Acceleration, Resonance, & the Counting Crows
Stephen G. Ray Jr: how to be a passionate progressive dye in the wool Calvinist
Rev. Dr. Stephen G. Ray Jr. is the President of Chicago Theological Seminary. In addition, he is the President of the Society for the Study of Black Religion. Having written and lectured broadly in the areas of Systematic Theology, African American religion, human rights and the intersection of religion and politics, President Ray’s current work… Read more about Stephen G. Ray Jr: how to be a passionate progressive dye in the wool Calvinist
Helen Bond: the First Biography of Jesus… PS it is the Gospel of Mark
Helen K. Bond is on the podcast! We talk about her most recent book The First Biography of Jesus: Genre and Meaning in Mark’s Gospel. Dr. Bond is the Professor of Christian Origins and Head of the School of Divinity at the University of Edinburgh. She is also the author of Pontius Pilate in History and Interpretation,… Read more about Helen Bond: the First Biography of Jesus… PS it is the Gospel of Mark
Apocalyptic #ProcessParty with Catherine Keller & Jacob Erickson
Get Pumped for the party – an apocalyptic #ProcessParty!! This episode is a party with two of my favorite theologians! Catherine Keller and Jacob Erickson are here to bring the zest to the people. Want to get the invite to future live streams? Sign-up for the HBC newsletter on the front page. PREVIOUS EPISODES WITH… Read more about Apocalyptic #ProcessParty with Catherine Keller & Jacob Erickson
James McGrath: What Jesus Learned from Women
James F. McGrath is Clarence L. Goodwin Chair in New Testament Language and Literature. His PhD from the University of Durham became the basis for his first book, John’s Apologetic Christology, published by Cambridge University Press in the SNTS Monograph Series. He has also written a “prequel” about the broader context of monotheism and Christology… Read more about James McGrath: What Jesus Learned from Women
David Vásquez-Levy: Theology for People on the Move
Rev. Dr. David Vásquez-Levy serves as President of Pacific School of Religion in Berkeley, California –a progressive, multidenominational seminary and center for social justice that prepares theologically and spiritually rooted leaders to work for the well-being of all. A committed pastor, a nationally recognized immigration leader, and a sought after speaker, Vásquez-Levy leads at the… Read more about David Vásquez-Levy: Theology for People on the Move
Thank you for such a rich and in-depth conversation with Peter Rollins. I was impressed at how Fuller was growing increasingly more intoxicated and somehow managed to hang in there. Granted, Doc Fuller is brilliant and like a drunk rock star, he can riff no matter how ripped he gets. I hope Doc Fuller can keep on keeping on for many years ahead. I was a student of Tupper over 25 years ago. I fell in love with that man and any friend of Frank’s is a friend of mine. Lots of love!
The Road to Edmond
Thank you Tripp for the road to Edmond! I love the movie.
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.