We finish up the second year of the podcast with Darby Kathleen Ray, professor of religious studies at Millsaps College in Jackson, Mississippi. Dr. Ray’s book Incarnation and Imagination: A Christian Ethic of Ingenuity is about the incarnation as the key to God’s ingenious and imaginative response to human evil. Her work inspires Christians to be creative in confronting injustice. She’s also a really fun and engaging guest.
And we have an additional treat! Ryan Parker of PopTheology.com returns with film reviews of Avatar and Invictus, using some ingenuity of his own in finding a common thread to tie these two very different movies together.
We will be back in 2010 with Season 3 of Homebrewed Christianity Podcast, starting with another visit from Tony Jones.