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Homebrewed Christianity · 5d ago

The Christian Idea of God with Keith Ward

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 ...
Homebrewed Christianity · 1W ago

This Episode is (Kinda) a Matter of Life and Death

Our nation is founded on the principle of placing central in our value system, “Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness.” But sometimes one negatively affects the other. Also, being “pro ...
Homebrewed Christianity · 1W ago

#TeamProcess vs. #TeamOpenTheism – Live from St. Paul

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 ...
Homebrewed Christianity · 2W ago

White Men: Most Dangerous People in America?

Salon Magazine asked a poignant question recently after a spate of domestic mass shootings: why is it always the white guy? While middle class males, in particular, are supposed to have more...
Homebrewed Christianity · 3W ago

Behind Bibliotheca with Adam Lewis Greene

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, t...
Homebrewed Christianity · 3W ago

Incarnation, the Gaze, and Embodiment with Ola Sigurdson

#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: Incarna...
Homebrewed Christianity · 1M ago

Prophets, Priests, Heretics, Nones and Becoming Truly Human

About one in four Americans identify as a “None,” which means, when asked about their religious affiliation, they claim “none of the above.” And yet so many of them claim some form of spirit...
Homebrewed Christianity · 1M ago

Radical Friendship in the Age of Trump with Ryan Andrew Newson

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 frien...
Homebrewed Christianity · 1M ago

A Theology of Disaster, Osteen’s Sin of Sodom and Welcoming Disruption

Hurricane Harvey was a “1,000-year storm” that will have an impact on the Houston area for years or even decades. But what does such disaster tell us about God? More important, perhaps, is w...
Homebrewed Christianity · 2M ago

Major Program Announcement: Sneak Peek into “Speaking Theologically”

For the last couple of weeks my mind has been going a hundred miles an hour as I think about what it really means to train others to find and own their theological voices. If you remember, t...