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Social Justice, Conflict, and Process Ecclesiology with Timothy Murphy
Nov 23 • 62 min
Theologian and activist Timothy Murphy is on the podcast to talk about his new book, Counter-Imperial Churching for a Planetary Gospel. It’s part of the (Process) Theology Nerd Book Giveaway sponsored by Process Century Press and the Center for Process…
Politics, Pussy Hats, and Patriarchy with Donna Bowman
Nov 20 • 65 min
This episode is about Pussy Hat Christianity vs. #MAGA Hat Christianity Donna Bowman, author of the Homebrewed Christianity Guide to Being Human, is a rare theologian in that she does qualitative research (translation: she talks to real humans). Donna and…
Making Advent Great (Again) with Mike Morrell and John Pavlovitz
Nov 16 • 51 min
Mike Morrell (co-author of The Divine Dance with Richard Rohr) and John Pavlovitz (author of A Bigger Table) sat down with Tripp to talk about making Advent great (again). Why do they want to make Advent great again? What’s happened to make Advent not…
Process Thought and Contemplative Christian Practice with Daniel Coleman
Nov 14 • 51 min
What is it that makes us more likely to buy books about contemplation than to go to a silent retreat? Today’s guest, Daniel Coleman, author of Presence and Process: A Path Towards Transformation, is talking with Tripp about meditation, contemplation, and…
Activist Theology with Robyn Henderson-Espinoza #GoActivistTheology
Nov 6 • 53 min
Things are gonna get feisty and something may even bubble up in your soul. Robyn Henderson-Espinoza is on the podcast today talking activist theology. Not only is Robyn a PhD in constructive philosophical theology and ethics, a queer activist, a public…
Reformation 500th Birthday Celebration LIVE from North Carolina
Oct 31 • 101 min
This is the only protest where you get to drink in a church 500 years later. That’s right, this is the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation, and to celebrate, we’re live from Cary, North Carolina at Christ the King Lutheran Church with Pastors…
I’ll Push You: Friendship, Faith, and Community on El Camino de Santiago
Oct 26 • 69 min
In this episode, we are talking about the new film, I’ll Push You, a documentary about two friends – Justin Skeesuck and Patrick Gray – as they travel across El Camino de Santiago. While on its face, this is a story about a spiritual pilgrimage, it is…
A Skeptical Faith in the University with Steven Knapp
Oct 24 • 72 min
Steven Knapp, (recently) former president of George Washington University, long time friend and collaborator with Philip Clayton, scholar of literature, Romanticism, and literary theory is on the podcast. While Steven has been a part of many podcast…
The Christian Idea of God with Keith Ward
Oct 17 • 81 min
British philosopher, theologian, priest, scholar, fellow of the British Academy, former professor at Oxford, Keith Ward is back on the podcast talking about his new book, The Christian Idea of God. Hear how Keith ended up writing theology, why he thinks…
#TeamProcess vs. #TeamOpenTheism – Live from St. Paul
Oct 9 • 79 min
This episode is a doozy. This live podcast is from the ReKnew conference in St. Paul, where #teamprocess (represented by Tripp) and #teamopentheism (represented by Greg Boyd) throwdown in a winner-take-all theological rumble. Over 300 people packed into…
Behind Bibliotheca with Adam Lewis Greene
Sep 28 • 95 min
This is the bible-thumping episode of Homebrewed. You’ll get to hear all the back story for the Bibliotheca kickstarter, plus we’ll talk about the aesthetic engagement of the printed word, typography, the changing and transformative engagement with…
Incarnation, the Gaze, and Embodiment with Ola Sigurdson
Sep 25 • 92 min
#OlaRules Ola Sigurdson, professor of systematic theology at the University of Gothenburg, Sweden is on the podcast to talk about the English translation of his book Heavenly Bodies: Incarnation, the Gaze, and Embodiment in Christian Theology. Ola engages…
Radical Friendship in the Age of Trump with Ryan Andrew Newson
Sep 5 • 112 min
This episode is dedicated to friends everywhere. Ryan Andrew Newson, author of Radical Friendship: The Politics of Communal Discernment, and actual friend to Tripp, is on to talk about friendship, Donald Trump, Southern religion, and more. Somewhere in…
The 1000th Episode: Live from the Wild Goose Festival
Aug 22 • 75 min
I can’t believe this is the 1000th podcast episode from Homebrewed Christianity! I just get pumped thinking about all the nerdy fun that we’ve had over the hours of audiological goodness. This special episode was recorded live at the Wild Goose Festival…
Modern Religion & Modern Race with Ted Vial
Jul 26 • 97 min
Ted Vial is on the podcast to talk about his new book, Modern Religion, Modern Race. Ted is Professor of Theology and Modern Western Religious Thought at the Iliff School of Theology in Denver. Iliff is one of the sponsors for #theologybeercamp in Denver…
Crucifixion of the Warrior God with Greg Boyd
Jul 19 • 91 min
Get ready for a theology nerd fiesta with Greg Boyd. Greg is the co-founder of Woodland Hills Church, where he currently serves as senior pastor, and the founder of Re|Knew. Greg is on talking about his new, two-volume book, The Crucifixion of the Warrior…
Christian Realism, Social Ethics, and Politics with Ronald Stone
Jul 11 • 97 min
This episode was a real treat. Ronald Stone, from the Pittsburgh Theological Seminary, is on the podcast to talk about Christian identity and the renewal of Christian realism. Ronald studied with Niebuhr at Union Theological Seminary and was interested in…
An Introduction to African American Theology with Frederick Ware
Jun 22 • 73 min
I am excited to share this special conversation with Frederick L. Ware with you. Dr. Ware is author of African American Theology, which is a seriously excellent introduction and ready for your reading pleasure. He is the Associate Professor of Theology at…
Mythologizing Jesus with Dennis MacDonald
Jun 14 • 60 min
Dennis MacDonald, New Testament professor at Claremont School of Theology, is on to talk about his book Mythologizing Jesus: From Jewish Teacher to Epic Hero. Get ready to talk about the New Testament and Greek literature, and maybe even preach it, too.…
Religious Diversity, Jesus, and the Church with Todd Outcalt
Jun 7 • 55 min
Today on the podcast is Todd Outcalt, pastor and prolific writer, to talk about his books, The Other Jesus: Stories from World Religions and Common Ground: Lessons and Legends from the World’s Great Faiths. These books were written out of the experience…
Money and Possessions with Walter Brueggemann
May 30 • 64 min
The one and only Walter Brueggemann is on the podcast again, this time talking with Tripp and Barry Taylor about his latest book, Money and Possessions. In scripture, Brueggemann says, there is a contest between commodity and covenant. Advocacy for…
#ZombieTime with Greg Garrett
May 24 • 70 min
Greg Garrett, English professor at Baylor University, is a professional writer who teaches creative writing, film, literature, and theology classes at Baylor University. As a fiction writer, he has published forty short stories and critically-acclaimed…
The Challenge of Evil with William Greenway
May 16 • 94 min
Warning: theological nerdiness ahead. Buckle your theological safety belts, William Greenway, professor of philosophical theology at Austin Theological Seminary, is on the podcast talking about his books The Challenge of Evil: Grace and the Problem of…
When Momma Speaks with Stephanie Crowder #WomanistBibleTime
May 13 • 76 min
Stephanie Buckhanon Crowder, associate professor of Theological Field Education and New Testament at Chicago Theological Seminary, is on the podcast to talk about her new book, When Momma Speaks: The Bible and Motherhood from a Womanist Perspective. If…
Spiritual Terrorism and Liberation with Monica Coleman
May 8 • 53 min
Monica A. Coleman is back on the podcast talking spiritual terrorism, spiritual liberation, and how process theology can help liberate us from those things that create fear in us and make us feel further from God. Monica and Tripp discuss why our…
Just Capitalism with Brent Waters
Apr 28 • 77 min
So you think you’re autonomous? Brent Waters, UCC minister, theological ethicist, and author of the book Just Capitalism: A Christian Ethic of Economic Globalization is on the podcast talking economics, globalization, and Christian ethics. This book might…
Grace in Auschwitz with Jean-Pierre Fortin
Apr 18 • 73 min
Jean-Pierre Fortin (professor at Loyola University in Chicago) is on the podcast to talk about his new book, Grace in Auschwitz. The book offers a constructive theology of grace in the wake of unprecedented evil. Unlike a book that tackles the problem of…
A Man Attested by God with Daniel Kirk
Apr 12 • 84 min
This episode is a crossover episode with the Good Doctor Daniel Kirk (of the LectioCast fame). How high was the early church’s Christology? Daniel is on this podcast to talk about his new book A Man Attested by God, and answers this very question. This…
The Radical and Dangerous King with Adam Clark
Apr 4 • 63 min
This is an extremely special episode to mark the anniversary of the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. 49 years ago. This is the talk that Adam Clark, professor at Xavier, author of the forthcoming Homebrewed Guide to Salvation, gave the Third Rail…
The Edge of Knowledge: the Intersection of Religion and Technology with Jason Silva
Apr 1 • 58 min
Jason Silva is on the podcast to talk about the intersection of religion and technology. Jason is best known for the Shots of Awe YouTube channel and as the host of Brain Games on National Geographic. He has a new show, Origins: The Journey of Humankind,…
Awake to the Moment with Stephen Ray Jr.
Mar 29 • 75 min
If you’ve ever asked yourself, “What does constructive Christian theology look like for today?” then this episode is for you. Stephen Ray Jr., professor at Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary, President of the Society for the Study of Black Religion…
Doug King and a Transreligious Future
Mar 22 • 53 min
On the podcast today is Doug King, who is part of Presence – a non-profit think-tank/ministry group that advocates for integral theology that works towards a vision of wholeness and peace globally. Today, we are talking about Spiral Dynamics, Integral…
John Cobb goes to #TheologyBeerCamp
Mar 17 • 67 min
Your theological imagination is about to get overloaded with zestiness. To celebrate #TheologyBeerCamp Summer Edition in Denver (August 18-19) and Oklahoma City (August 25-26) we are looking back on some of the highlights of the first Theology Beer Camp…
Peter Rollins Casts Out a Demon & Plans a Middle School Purity Retreat #theologybeercamp
Mar 14 • 56 min
Pete and Tripp are back for another bonus episode. To help get ready for the launch of Theology Beer Camp in Denver and Oklahoma City this August, Peter Rollins and Tripp got on Facebook live to answer your questions. In this episode: you’ll get to hear…
Theology, Politics, and Anxiety with David Gushee
Mar 8 • 62 min
How do we, as Christians, interact with those people who raise our anxiety level? Theological ethicist at Mercer University David Gushee is on to talk about his book, “A Letter to My Anxious Christian Friends.” This book was written before the election,…
Face Booking with Pete
Mar 6 • 53 min
Peter Rollins and Tripp wanted to make a special bonus episode to make sure that you know about Theology Beer Camp this summer in Denver and Oklahoma City. Pete and Tripp take questions submitted by you (yes, you!) and discuss their favorite parables,…
Divine Simplicity, the Incarnation, and Inclusion with Paul Hinlicky
Feb 28 • 61 min
Buckle your theological safety belts. If you’re a theology nerd, just prepare yourself: it’s about to get real. Paul Hinlicky, professor of Lutheran Studies at Roanoke College, is on talking about his new book, Divine Simplicity. In this conversation,…
Altarization and the Religious Significance of Pop Culture
Feb 22 • 109 min
There’s a new sacred in town. Today we are going to talk about the altars where we worship, and it just so happens that is the name of a new book by Juan Floyd-Thomas, Stacey Floyd-Thomas, and Mark Toulouse – The Altars Where We Worship: The Religious…
A Unitive Vision of the Person and Work of Christ with Oliver Crisp
Feb 14 • 69 min
Oliver Crisp is on talking about his new book, The Word Enfleshed, which tackles Christology and the atonement at the same time. You might be saying to yourself, “Tripp, why is a reformed theologian (who also does analytical theology) on the podcast?”…
Luther and the West with Christine Helmer
Feb 7 • 69 min
Christine Helmer returns to the podcast to talk about Martin Luther’s influence on the West. This being the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, what better time to think and reflect on his life, thought and legacy. In this conversation we talk about not…
Faith in the Public Square in the Era of Trump with Miroslav Volf
Feb 1 • 42 min
Today we are speaking with the one and only, Miroslav Volf. Miroslav is one of the coolest theologians around. He is author of Exclusion and Embrace, a trilogy of books reflecting on politics, religion, and culture: A Public Faith, Flourishing, and Public…
From the Voice of God to Donald Trump with James Younger #StoryOfGod #TheologyBeerCamp
Jan 30 • 64 min
Theology Beer Camp was an amazing three days of fermented fun. I was extremely grateful that James Younger, executive producer of The Story of God with Morgan Freeman on the National Geographic Channel, was able to join us for a special screening and a…
The Voice of God on your TV!
Jan 15 • 24 min
The second season of The Story of God with Morgan Freeman kicks off this week on Monday night, January 16th. I am pretty excited about the National Geographic Channel picking the show back up. I have enjoyed the show and all the conversations Morgan and…
Gregory of Nazianzus w/ Brian Matz
Jan 12 • 92 min
Prepare yourself, because we are about to get all Cappadocian up in the podcast. Brian Matz, Fontbonne University’s Endowed Chair in Catholic Thought, is talking about his book Gregory of Nazianzus. Why look at an old church father like Gregory? Brian…
5 Reasons to Go Process, theologically speaking w/ Monica Coleman
Jan 10 • 72 min
We are re-launching our TNT podcast as The Theology Nerd with these 5 Extremely zesty reasons you should go process! Listen to (or watch) Monica Coleman give you: A theological perspective that inspires 5 theological challenges classical theology can’t…
Luther’s Bible and the Reformation with Robert Kolb
Jan 5 • 70 min
If you are a Lutheran, love Luther, or are on the fence about Luther, Robert Kolb is here to help. Robert is on and talking with me about his newest book, Martin Luther and the Enduring Word of God. Robert is professor emeritus at Concordia Seminary and…
A Scandalous Providence with E. Frank Tupper
Dec 24, 2016 • 171 min
Life is arbitrary but God is not. The doctrine of Providence is one of the most important doctrines for shaping Christian piety and what it means to be Christian. It creates the framework for how you understand and interpret existence in, with, and before…
A Special Invitation to Become an Architect of Transformation
Dec 22, 2016 • 11 min
What’s up Theology Nerds! This is a short and sweet little invitation of an episode for any listeners who want to take their life and leadership to the next level. As you probably know I am the Director of Theology and the Humanities at Hatchery LA, an…
Theology After You’ve Been Left Behind with Jeffrey Pugh
Dec 17, 2016 • 65 min
Today is your lucky day! After this podcast episode you will be prepared for the world after you’ve been left behind. Dr. Jeffrey Pugh is back on the podcast and spitting some theological game about his book in the Homebrewed Christianity Guide Series on…
Veli-Matti Kärkkäinen on Constructive Christian Theology in a Pluralistic World
Dec 14, 2016 • 77 min
Veli-Matti Kärkkäinen is a Finnish Pentecostal theologian and Professor of Systematic Theology at Fuller Theological Seminary. He is on the podcast discussing his on-going multi-volume systematic theology. In this episode we discuss his theological…
Christian Feminist Theology with Elizabeth Johnson, Monica Coleman, and Cindy Rigby
Dec 6, 2016 • 79 min
In this single episode you are going to hear from three different feminist theologians, so buckle your theological safety belt and get ready to ferment some serious wisdom bombs! This theological extravaganza was recorded live at Blue Star Brewing Company…
Martyrdom and the Hebrew Scriptures at Marshall Brewing Company in Tulsa
Nov 30, 2016 • 103 min
What a wonderful evening we had at Marshall Brewing Company in Tulsa! This is the live podcast featuring our friends from Phillips Theological Seminary. It was a podcast full of laughter, nerdiness, and friends. On the podcast we have two featured guests…
Brand Luther with Andrew Pettegree
Nov 15, 2016 • 74 min
Are you ready for a discussion of Martin Luther, the Reformation, and the birth of publishing, on the eve of the Reformation’s 500th anniversary? I hope so because this episode is AWESOME. Plus I tell you about a really amazing opportunity this summer.…
Election Hangover Podcast with Tripp and Christian
Nov 9, 2016 • 130 min
This is a post-election podcast. It is very fresh. Christian and I talk about our feelings, thoughts, anger, and hopes after the election. We discuss it in three parts: as a Citizen, as a Husband-Parent, and as a Christian. At the conclusion we decided to…
Destroyer of the gods! Larry Hurtado talks early church distinctiveness.
Nov 5, 2016 • 104 min
After you hear this interview you are gonna want to get Hurtado’s new book Destroyer of gods. In the conversation we discuss just what made Christianity a distinctive religion in the Roman empire and what came to distinguish Christianity from Judaism.…
Religion, Race, and Ethics in “The Birth of a Nation” with Eboni Marshall Turman and Adam Clark
Oct 26, 2016 • 89 min
I can’t wait for you to hear this special podcast episode of the podcast! Last week Barry Taylor and I shared a conversation we had about The Birth of a Nation. This week you will hear a follow-up with two zesty theologians – Eboni Marshall Turman and…
The Birth of a Nation: A Cultural and Cinematic Event of Lament
Oct 11, 2016 • 84 min
The Birth of a Nation is both a powerful movie that tackles the deepest nightmares of America and a cultural event that brings to the surface a number of challenging questions around art, the artist, and our digital histories. In this podcast Barry Taylor…
Theology in the Flesh with John Sanders
Oct 6, 2016 • 93 min
How does embodiment and culture shape the way we think? That is a good question and in this episode Dr. John Sanders joins the podcast to talk about it. He has a new book out with Fortress titled Theology in the Flesh. After listening in you are gonna…
Violent Love, Oppressive Liberation, Mary and Baby JC with Sharon Jacob
Oct 1, 2016 • 71 min
In this episode we are gonna talk about Mary. I doubt you are prepared for this conversation with Sharon Jacob unless you have read her recent stellar book Reading Mary Alongside Indian Surrogate Mothers: Violent Love, Oppressive Liberation, and Infancy…
Adult VBS with Walter Brueggemann, Kester Brewin, and Kristen Howerton
Sep 26, 2016 • 108 min
You’ve never experienced a VBS quite like this! Listen as Walter Brueggemann talks politics, Kester Brewin gets high, Kristen Howerton makes Tripp choke on his laughter, and Barry Taylor discusses love songs. You can check out Kester’s newest book here,…
Elizabeth Johnson on Infinite Mystery and the Diverse Doxology of God
Sep 14, 2016 • 73 min
“Who is God?” or “What is God?” Living legend Dr. Elizabeth Johnson is on the podcast (for the third time) to help us understand what we are talking about when we talk about God. This tag team interview with Tripp and Scott MacDougall is a Trinitarian…
Liberal Christian Piety with Douglas Ottati
Sep 5, 2016 • 94 min
What does the piety of a Liberal Christian look like? How can a more liberal theology be embodied in personal and communal existence? We tackle these questions and more on this episode. Professor Ottati is the Craig Family Distinguished Professor in…
LIVE from Vancouver with Sallie McFague and John Cobb
Aug 25, 2016 • 87 min
This episode is like rolling a theological Yahtzee. Tripp is joined by co-host Trevor Malkinson and two titans of theology – Sallie McFague and John Cobb. What you are about to hear is so zesty, so drenched in wisdom, you might just wreck you car or walk…
The Bishop of Humanism – Bart Campolo
Aug 21, 2016 • 88 min
Be prepared, Bart is a real evangelist. Bart Campolo, the Humanist Chaplain at the Univsersity of Southern California, talks with Tripp about: His story from Evangelical Christian to Evangelical Secular Humanist What happens when the Bible is no longer…
God has left the building: Alan Roxburgh Gets (Post) Missional
Aug 14, 2016 • 54 min
God has left the building. Alan Roxburgh, pastor, nerd, and founder of the Missional Network, is on the podcast talking about two of his books, Structured for Mission and Joining God, Remaking Church, Changing the World. This is a great conversation…
Kevin Kelly: The Sherpa of the Technium and Future Czar of Technology
Aug 6, 2016 • 57 min
This episode is a dream come true. I have long been a fan of Kevin Kelly – THE Senior Maverick at Wired magazine and the sherpa of the technium. He is here to talk about his new book The Inevitable: Understanding the 12 Technological Forces That Will…
Wild Goose Theology Happy Hour with Joerg Rieger and Emilie Townes
Aug 3, 2016 • 80 min
Mickey ScottBey Jones and Tripp interview Emilie Townes and Joerg Rieger for the Theology Happy Hour at the Wild Goose Festival. And just like those who joined live, you can play along at home. Every time they say a word you haven’t heard in the last 60…
Wild Goose Festival LIVE Podcast w/ Kristen Howerton & the HBC Crew
Jul 25, 2016 • 88 min
This is the (edited) live podcast from the Wild Goose Festival! Christian Piatt talks to Tripp about his new book Leaving A-Holiness Behind: From Pious Jerk to Not-So-Pious Jerk Amy Piatt tells us Christian’s lack of skills when they started dating Tripp,…
Theology After Paul Ricoeur with Dan Stiver
Jul 19, 2016 • 73 min
We’re getting hermeneutical with Dan Stiver and Paul Ricoeur. Dan Stiver is an accomplished Ricoeur scholar and a Baptist theologian. This rare combination means that we have a treat of an episode! He is also the Cook-Derrick Professor of Theology in the…
The Eucharistic Ontology of the Dance Party #QueerTheology with Jay Johnson
Jul 5, 2016 • 101 min
Do you like nerdy theological conversations that will blow your mind? You are in luck. Rev. Dr. Jay E. Johnson, from the Pacific School of Religion, is on the podcast talking about queer theology, embodiment, sexuality, Eucharistic dance parties, and what…
Bultmann’s Mission of Demythologizing with David Congdon
Jun 30, 2016 • 86 min
It is time to talk Rudolf Bultmann and his mission to demythologize the gospel. We shall get zesty! David W. Congdon earned a PhD in theology at Princeton Theological Seminary and is associate editor at IVP Academic. You can check out his blog here. If…
Getting Chat-tastic About Questions from the Deacons
Jun 24, 2016 • 67 min
In this special podcast you will get answers to the questions the audience sent in. Luke joined me for the fun. After the #Devilpalooza we asked for questions and oh did we get questions. A bunch of questions. Excellent questions. It took Luke and I just…
Sallie McFague on Loving God and the World
Jun 21, 2016 • 74 min
Sallie McFague is on the podcast reminding us that we can indeed be in love with God and the world. She is one of the most important living theologians and a pioneer of Christian feminist theology. Currently she is the Distinguished Theologian in…
Jesus of Montreal #JConScreen
Jun 16, 2016 • 61 min
This is the second in a trinity of podcasts exploring the intersection of Jesus, faith, and film. Think of these as companion podcasts to help you unpack all of the cinematic and theological nuggets. Round two: Ryan Parker, Barry Taylor, and Tripp talk…
Trey Pearson on Faith, Doubt, and Sexuality
Jun 13, 2016 • 77 min
Trey Pearson from the band Everday Sunday is back on the podcast to talk with Tripp about faith, doubt, sexuality, and what it’s like to come out publicly. You can watch the video of their interview here. You can read the 614 article with excerpts from…
Twenty Questions That Shaped World Christian History w/ Derek Cooper
Jun 10, 2016 • 75 min
The questions of Christianity are perennial. Today we are gonna talk about them with church historian Derek Cooper. How are Judaism and Christianity related? Are Jesus and the Holy Spirit God? Is the end of the world imminent? How should we relate faith…
The Last Temptation of Christ #JConScreen
Jun 2, 2016 • 88 min
This is the first in a trinity of podcasts exploring the intersection of Jesus and film. Think of these as companion podcasts to help you unpack all of the cinematic and theological nuggets. Round one is Martin Scorsese’s The Last Temptation of Christ.…
Don’t Sin. Doubt and Listen to Peter Enns
May 30, 2016 • 66 min
Peter Enns is back on the podcast talking about mystery, doubt, and his latest book, The Sin of Certainty. He is currently on the faculty at Eastern University and teaches courses in Old and New Testaments. Peter is a regular Homebrewed guest, and you can…
10 Things Dr. Jonas Taught Me (Maybe…)
May 26, 2016 • 47 min
Here’s a little mid-week podcast treat. The live podcast from Raleigh was a bit long for one episode so here’s the conclusion of the podcast with Dr. Jonas. He is a professor of church history at Campbell University. In our conversation you will hear some…
Religion, Race, and Restrooms in North Carolina with Anthony Smith
May 23, 2016 • 122 min
This episode was recorded live in Charlotte, North Carolina, at Birdsong Brewing. Anthony Smith and Ben Boswell join on the mic. Anthony Smith is a minister at Mission House in Salisbury, NC. We became friends in 2006 at the Emergent Village Cohort in…
Devilpalooza: N.T. Wright, Richard Beck, Greg Boyd, Tony Jones and Duke!
May 16, 2016 • 116 min
It is time for the DEVILPALOOZA! This is a zesty episode of the podcast. Even the Duke of not-so-intersteing media coverage couldn’t ruin it. Heads up, our intro lasts a full twenty minute introduction. Then at the 21:00 mark the actual Devilapalooza…
Ewan McGregor and the Last Days in the Desert
May 13, 2016 • 72 min
Ewan McGregor is on the podcast. Tripp got to chat with Ewan and director Rodrigo Garcia about the movie Last Days in the Desert. Then he got to talk it up with producer and Texan Bonnie Curtis about her own spiritual experience of making a Jesus film.…
Millennial Religion and the Three Hump Camel from Buies Creek
May 7, 2016 • 89 min
In this episode you will head down south to Raleigh, North Carolina, for a live podcast with two of my favorite Camels – Glenn Jonas and Adam English. Both of these former professors of mine made the ride up from Campbell University in Buies Creek to the…
The Story of the Story of God with James Younger
Apr 28, 2016 • 36 min
Who doesn’t want to know the story of the story of God with Morgan Freeman? It is super meta and fascinating. In this episode Barry Taylor and I talk to the show’ producer James Younger. We cover all sorts of topics and get some fascinating insights about…
We Have Been Believers with James Evans
Apr 25, 2016 • 63 min
This is a super special episode. I have been looking forward having James Evans on the podcast since I first read his Systematic Theology in Divinity School. Luckily Callid Keefe-Perry was able to connect with him an have an amazing conversation. James…
Way of Love with Norman Wirzba
Apr 19, 2016 • 87 min
Norman Wirzba is on the podcast talking about his newest book, Way of Love: Rediscovering the Heart of Christianity. Spoiler alert: it’s love. Norman and Tripp talk about ecology, creation out of nothing, and why you don’t want to be like Socrates. How…
What do theologians really think?
Apr 13, 2016 • 39 min
The secret is out. Find out what professional theologians really think about being theologians. In this episode we: quest for answers to the biggest questions in life; create a just world by being an activist-intellectual; free people from internal, not…
Stargazing with Nietzsche and Caputo
Mar 31, 2016 • 77 min
Jack Caputo joined Barry Taylor, Peter Rollins and I at the Hatchery for a day long workshop on Radical Theology. The night before we recorded this zesty podcast in which Jack tells us a stack of stories from his life. These stories will give you a…
Kirk tells Tripp he has some concerns…
Mar 26, 2016 • 61 min
Get ready to travel deep with Kirk and Tripp. Yes, I want a Free Chapter of Tripp’s Jesus book. #SupportJC This non-violent improvisational encounter between the LectioCast’s Daniel Kirk and Tripp was recorded at First Baptist Church in Palo Alto before…
Catherine Keller: God-ish?:Logos of Theos in a (Seriously) Uncertain Time
Mar 14, 2016 • 102 min
Can I name God as just love? Keller will tackle that question and more on the podcast! Over the course of the conversation the relationship of language to theology, the problem of reductionistic accounts of God, Creation, Incarnation, Eschatology,…
Keith Ward’s Guide to Thinking God
Mar 9, 2016 • 86 min
I am super pumped about this episode. Recently I have been absolutely loving Keith Ward‘s new book Christ and the Cosmos. On this episode I get to talk to Keith about God, philosophy, atheism, idealism, science, and how Rahner’s Rule (theology nerd…
The Clobbercast: Sexuality, the Bible, and Ministry #LectioCast #NerdOut
Feb 27, 2016 • 108 min
It’s a cross-over podcast explosion! Homebrewed Christianity + LectioCast = zesty nerdiness! In the CLOBBERCAST we tackle all the clobber passages some Christians use against the LGBTQ members of the church. Not only do we end up discussing the pastoral…
Walter Brueggemann on the Strange Fidelity of God
Feb 16, 2016 • 86 min
Walter Brueggemann is one of the most influential Bible interpreters of our time. He is the author of over one hundred books and numerous scholarly articles. On top of that he regularly lectures and writes for a wider audience. In this podcast Brueggemann…
Homebrewed Goes to Berkeley
Feb 12, 2016 • 131 min
Prepare to be blown away from the most powerful and diverse collection of theologians all in one podcast episode! This episode is from the live HBC show in Berkeley, California with a host of podcast partners from the Graduate Theological Union. Church…
How Modern Metaphysics Killed God with John Cobb #FANiac
Feb 4, 2016 • 97 min
What if the death of God at the end of Modernity was stitched in the metaphysical assumptions from the outset? What if these assumptions can and should be challenged on scientific and philosophical grounds? What if these assumptions have been…
The Spirit-filled God with Amos Yong
Jan 28, 2016 • 97 min
Amos Yong is on the podcast talking about the spirit-filled God. His initial mini-lecture and the ensuing conversation were straight up energizing and sent me a thinking since we ended. I ao confident that no matter what part of the theological spectrum…
Theology For the Subversive People! Caputo + Jonnie
Jan 25, 2016 • 50 min
Theology shouldn’t be locked up in the ivory tower and covered in a stack of vocal words you need three degrees to understand. Theology should be for the people! In this episode you hear me talk to Jack Captuo about his new book from Fortress’ Theology…
The Problem of God for Christian Systematic Theology with Schubert Ogden
Jan 22, 2016 • 96 min
God is a serious problem… the problem in theology. Today you get to hear from an 89 year young legendary Philosopher of Religion – Schubert Ogden! Schubert M. Ogden is University Distinguished Professor of Theology Emeritus at Perkins School of Theology…
Can God Suffer? with Andrew Sung Park
Jan 13, 2016 • 103 min
Andrew Sung Park is the professor of Theology and Ethics at United Theological Seminary in Dayton Ohio. On the podcast today he discusses the God’s relationship to suffering, the nature of divine perfection, the difference between sin and shame and the…
Roger Olson on God’s Self-Limitations
Jan 6, 2016 • 87 min
Roger Olson is professor of theology at George W. Truett Theological Seminary of Baylor University in Waco, Texas. He is also one of the most prolific patheos bloggers and has probably written at least two blog posts on whatever theological topic you can…