In these monthly episodes, Tony and Scott talk about the ideas, movements, and publications populating the current theological world, and also interview some of the first names in theology. You can subscribe to our feed through iTunes--just search for us at the iTunes Store.
Tony, Scott, and a group of Southwest students discuss extreme language at the University of Edinborough. By which we mean the recent Gifford Lectures delivered there by Lord Williams.
Tony and Scott interview Jimmy Bartz, pastor of Thad's, a "funky, hippy, rock and roll" church in California. We talk about the difficulty of deep personal connections in congregations. We also talk about donuts, laundry, and how some Emergent Churches seem to have forgotten about children.
Tony and Scott chew on some bite-sized chunks of Rowan Williams: St Paul states the obvious, pioneer ministers and the challenge of playing well with others, and what we think he will say in his November Gifford Lectures.
The full interview with Rowan Williams, in which we discuss Chalcedon, meat offered to idols, mixed-economy churches, "The Body's Grace," and his upcoming Gifford Lectures.
Scott and Tony talk about the "end" of postmodern theology, and also about the strange new world of administration that most of us didn't see coming back in grad school.
Scott and Tony talk with Dave Scheider about moral injury, narratives of meaning, warfare, modified Barthianism, the homunculus, and practicing theology without a license.
Scott and Tony talk Moltmann and Barth, Augustine and phenomenology. They notice something interesting about two current theology journals, and then offer some commentary on their recent interview with Loyola University's Stephen Fowl.
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