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Sacred Seminary Symposium: To Struggle for Justice is to Pray

This is episode 3 of Sacred Seminary Symposium, a joint project with Sancta Colloquia. We are alternating the production

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Thomas Aquinas' Psychology of Fear, with Nathan Cartagena, pt. 2

This is the continuation and conclusion of the two-part discussion with Dr. Cartagena on Thomas Aquinas’ psychology of f

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Thomas Aquinas' Psychology of Fear, with Nathan Cartagena, pt. 1

This is part one of a two-part discussion on Thomas Aquinas’ psychology of fear. Dr. Cartagena starts us off here with s

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Sacred Seminary Symposium: Mujerista Theology Intro

In this episode, Lauren R.E. Larkin (whom you might remember from a previous episode on dialectical theology), host of S

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Intro to Process Theology, with Monica A. Coleman

*NB: this is the first episode fully produced by the host, who is new at mixing, so be nice! :)* Monica A. Coleman is Pr

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Decolonizing Theology, with Kat Armas

What is decolonizing theology and what might that look like? Listen as Kat talks about her journey. Kat Armas is a Cuban

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Reading the Bible with D.L. Mayfield

In this episode, which I recorded with D.L. Mayfield at the beginning of May, we talk a little bit about her new book, T

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Humility and Eroticism with Kate Hanch

What does humility have to do with the body? How did some feminine mystics live this? What is withness? What can we lear

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Christians, Death, and Grieving with Sonja Lund

What is death and what do Christians mean when they talk about death? How does this tie into other theological tenets? H

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EcoEpistemology and Destabilizing Whiteness with Jay Potter, pt. 2

Here’s the rest of my conversation with Jay! We learn about New Materialism, destabilizing whiteness (and the patriarchy

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EcoEpistemology and Destabilizing Whiteness with Jay Potter, pt. 1

You might be thinking right now, “I don’t know what ecoepistemology is or even epistemology but that doesn’t look very m

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Dialectical Theology and Embodiment with Lauren R.E. Larkin

For the past couple of years or so, I have been very slowly dipping my toes into something called Dialectical Theology,

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Relational Theology, Queer Hermeneutics, and Music with Dirk von der Horst, pt. 3

This is the third and final part of my conversation with Dirk von der Horst. Make sure to go and listen to the first two

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Relational Theology, Queer Hermeneutics, and Music with Dirk von der Horst, pt. 2

We are continuing the conversation here on relational theology, and in this episode we also dive into the interpretive p

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Relational Theology, Queer Hermeneutics, and Music with Dirk von der Horst, pt. 1

What is relational theology, and what does it have to do with David and Jonathan of the Hebrew scriptures? In this episo

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Quakerism and The Women's Lectionary with Ashley M. Wilcox

The Women’s Lectionary, by Ashley M. Wilcox, is being released in October 2020. In addition to a providing schedule of s

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Intro

In which I introduce myself, and the podcast. Who am I and why Seminary for the Rest of Us? Links: https://seminary.sho

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I love learning about theology and religion. So much so that I have devoted much of my life to studying it, inside and outside of school, ending up with a Master of Divinity. So it's no surprise that podcasts about theology are my favorite podcasts to listen to. However, I have found that most of those podcasts require some background knowledge on concepts and language; in other words, you’ll need to have studied a lot on your own, or had some formal training, in order to follow along well. That doesn't make these podcasts very accessible to a lot of folks.

That is where this podcast comes in.

I invite scholars, theologians, and otherwise knowledgeable folks in their fields, to briefly chat about their areas of interest, without so much scholarly jargon. This is God-talk for everyone. Sign up below for updates.