Thinking about Atonement Theology with Hannah Bowman
Currently in our USA context, our so-called justice system is heavily punitive, and uses people, particularly black and🎙 Listen here.
Sacred Seminary Symposium: A Challenge to Traditional Theology
Episode 19: Sacred Seminary Symposium: A Challenge to Traditional Theology *Find episode 3 at the link below to Sancta C🎙 Listen here.
Intro to Patristic Universalism, with Ambrose Andreano
Episode 18: Intro to Patristic Universalism, with Ambrose Andreano Origen, among some other Early Church Fathers, saw th🎙 Listen here.
Christofascism and Catastrophe
Resources in the order of appearance: Dorothee Solle: The Window of Vulnerability On Christofascism, take a look at Blak🎙 Listen here.
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🎙 Listen here.
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🎙 Listen here.
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🎙 Listen here.
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🎙 Listen here.
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🎙 Listen here.
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🎙 Listen here.
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🎙 Listen here.
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🎙 Listen here.
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🎙 Listen here.
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🎙 Listen here.
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🎙 Listen here.
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,🎙 Listen here.
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🎙 Listen here.
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🎙 Listen here.
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🎙 Listen here.
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🎙 Listen here.
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