Catherine Keller & John Thatamanil: Deconstructing Divinity & Embracing Diversity
Tripp Fuller Podcast
by Tripp Fuller, Dr. Tripp Fuller | Theologian, Philosopher, Minister
5d ago
Enjoy this panel discussion on “Deconstructing Divinity & Embracing Diversity” featuring Catherine Keller and John Thatamanil with Tripp Fuller at the “God After Deconstruction” live event at Drew University in February 2024. ONLINE CLASS: Register now for the “God After Deconstruction” online class with Tripp Fuller and Thomas Jay Oord now available at http://www.GodAfterDeconstruction.com. LIVE EVENT: Don’t miss the next “God After Deconstruction” live event on April 12-13, 2024 at St. Andrew UMC in Highlands Ranch, CO, with the Persuade preaching conference being held April 11-12, 2024 ..read more
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Theology Nerd Throwdown – The Return of the BoDaddy!
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by Tripp Fuller, Dr. Tripp Fuller | Theologian, Philosopher, Minister
5d ago
It is time for a Theology Nerd Throwdown! That’s right, the original TNT co-host is back! We have some fun catching up on the world of Bo Sanders, his moves to Portland, and his new Methodist appointment in Idaho. Next week, we will be back live to nerd out with our geeks out. Get ready. Lenten Online Class w/ John Dominic Crossan Follow the podcast, drop a review, or become a member of the HBC Community.     ..read more
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Freya Mathews: For Love of Matter & the Dao of Civilization
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by Tripp Fuller, Dr. Tripp Fuller | Theologian, Philosopher, Minister
1w ago
In this thought-provoking conversation with Freya Mathews, we delved into the depths of panpsychism, nature, and eco-philosophy. Freya illuminated the interconnectedness of these ideas, emphasizing how our current ecological crisis demands a profound reevaluation of the very assumptions that gave rise to modernity. Panpsychism, the view that consciousness is a fundamental aspect of the universe, became a central theme. Freya articulated how recognizing the sentience within all things challenges the human-centric perspective that has led to environmental exploitation. She passionately argued th ..read more
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John Dominic Crossan: Why the Biblical Paul is Awesome
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by Tripp Fuller, Dr. Tripp Fuller | Theologian, Philosopher, Minister
3w ago
Are you ready for some theological fun? Watch one of the greatest living Biblical scholars tell 450 day-drinking progressive Christians how cool the Biblical Paul was. This is a live podcast with John Dominic Crossan from Theology Beer Camp. It was a ton of fun and will give you a taste of what goes down at camp. If you want to hang with us this year in Denver, head over here and get your info. If you want some more time with Dom Crossan, then join our upcoming class on the Historical Jesus. Our Conversation from Theology Beer Camp  Dom’s Lecture from Theology Beer Camp Previous Podcast ..read more
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Kevin Carnahan: Moral Clarity & the Uneasy Conscience
Tripp Fuller Podcast
by Tripp Fuller, Dr. Tripp Fuller | Theologian, Philosopher, Minister
3w ago
Over the last few years, I have returned more often than I could have imagined to the work of Reinhold Niebuhr and his vision of Christian Realism. Between the rise of Trump, growing disappointment in Biden, and inaction on the most pressing issues… to name a few… my inherent optimism in the democratic experiment has waned.  So, I decided to have Dr. Kevin Carnahan on the podcast to unpack Christian Realism and how this particular theological lens could help me wrestle with my growing disease. Kevin Carnahan is Professor of Philosophy and Religion at Central Methodist University in Fayett ..read more
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Scott MacDougall: Faith Seeking Wisdom
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by Tripp Fuller, Dr. Tripp Fuller | Theologian, Philosopher, Minister
1M ago
I am thrilled to have Dr. Scott MacDougall back on the podcast. He recently published The Shape of Anglican Theology Faith Seeking Wisdom, which explores the distinctiveness of Anglican theology. The book describes its boundaries and names its particular characteristics, finally concluding that Anglican theology is a wisdom theology that seeks to build the capacity for faithful Christian discernment in belief and practice. You will hear a brilliant theologian reflecting on his tradition and the deep joy of his faith. Talking with Scott is always a pleasure, and I hope you enjoy it. Scott MacDo ..read more
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The Christology Ladder with Diana Butler Bass & Philip Clayton
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by Tripp Fuller, Dr. Tripp Fuller | Theologian, Philosopher, Minister
2M ago
Philip Clayton and Diana Butler Bass joined me for a livestream exploration of different Christologies. This was part of our recent class, The Cosmic Christ, but after so many class members wanted to share it, I decided to go ahead and post it on the podcast. If you enjoy the conversation, you can grab the rest of the class by heading over here. As a scholar, Philip Clayton (Ingraham Professor, Claremont School of Theology) works at the intersection of science, philosophy, and theology. As an activist (president of EcoCiv.org, President of IPDC), he works to convene, facilitate, and catalyze ..read more
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Heading into 2024!
Tripp Fuller Podcast
by Tripp Fuller, Dr. Tripp Fuller | Theologian, Philosopher, Minister
2M ago
EMERGED PODCAST God After Deconstruction: @Drew Feb 9-10 @Denver April 11-13 ORTcon July 8-12: Ring Lake Ranch July 14-20 ORTline Feb. 22-24 Theology Beer Camp 2024 ..read more
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Doug Pagitt: the Emerging Church & the End of Solomon’s Porch
Tripp Fuller Podcast
by Tripp Fuller, Dr. Tripp Fuller | Theologian, Philosopher, Minister
2M ago
A long-time friend of the podcast, Doug Pagitt, returns to the podcast! He’s been a regular guest since episode 2… 15 years ago. In this episode, Tony Jones joins me as Doug reflects on the end of the church he planted Solomon’s Porch and the ongoing legacy of the Emerging Church Movement. Doug Pagitt is an American author, pastor, social activist and executive director of Vote Common Good. A leading voice for progressive Christianity, Doug makes frequent national media and speaking appearances. A proud, concerned and hopeful American, Doug Pagitt is a social activist. He is Co-founder and Ex ..read more
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James McGrath: The A to Z of the New Testament
Tripp Fuller Podcast
by Tripp Fuller, Dr. Tripp Fuller | Theologian, Philosopher, Minister
2M ago
One of the ongoing tensions for Biblical scholars is the gap between the shared knowledge within the academy and the need for more awareness among the larger public. Most ministers are aware of the tension this creates in the congregation, but the public square is no better. A friend and New Testament scholar, Dr. James McGrath, is back on the podcast to discuss his new book to tackle this problem. You will not want to miss The A to Z of the New Testament: Things Experts Know That Everyone Else Should Too! James F. McGrath is Clarence L. Goodwin Chair in New Testament Language and Literature ..read more
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