Chatting up the House of Cards

Who doesn’t like the House of Cards on netflix? Probably the people who are gonna skip this episode because it is a serious conversation about the most recently dropped and binged through season. There shall be discussion of politics, power, sex, violence, and the double tap of a desk.netflix-house-of-cards

Long time HBC Deacon from Georgia, professor of English from Emmanuel college, and co-host of the Christian Humanist podcast Nathan Gilmour joins Tripp for a spoiler filled discussion of the House of Cards. If you haven’t seen the new season don’t cry if we ruin it. If you have enjoy or message the Speakpipe about all the cool stuff we missed or got wrong.

Live in the Twin Cities? Get your free ticket for the live podcast and seminary launch May 1st at 7pm with Philip Clayton. Holla at Tripp and tell you are coming. He wants to connect w/ Deacons.

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Live Homebrewed Christianity Podcast at Twin Cities School of Theology

LIVE HOMEBREWED CHRISTIANITY PODCAST

Twin Cities School of Theology Launch Party
Friday, May 1st (7pm)
Location:
514 N 3rd St in Minneapolis, MN

TWINSOT_guestsAfter we hear from Philip Clayton (Claremont School of Theology) address radical changes in theological education over dinner, Tripp Fuller will host a live Homebrewed Christianity podcast with guests including…

  • Barbara Holmes – President of United Theological Seminary of the Twin Cities
  • Philip Clayton – Professor of Theology at Claremont School of Theology
  • Paul Capetz – Professor of Historical Theology at United Theological Seminary of the Twin Cities
  • Thorsten Mortiz – Associate Dean of the Twin Cities School of Theology
  • Kyle Roberts – Associate Professor of Public and Missional Theology at United Theological Seminary of the Twin Cities
  • Maria Francesca French – Director of Admissions and Student Enrollment

Join us for a night of celebration, re-invisioning, and complimentary drinks from the bar, including local craft beers. Dinner from one of our favorite local gourmet food trucks available for purchase.

FREE EVENT – REGISTRATION REQUIRED

1. Register to attend the event IN PERSON in Minneapolis.
OR
2. Register to attend the event ONLINE ONLY.

Tony Jones & Peter Rollins on #TheGreatDebacle

GreatDebacleBuckle your theological safety belts for it is time for a debacle. It is neither a conversation nor a debate but a debacle… a Great Debacle! Over 1300 people tuned in to the stream from all over the globe to wrestle with the meaning of the cross. Now you get to enjoy this gem of a nerdy kerfuffle.

Tony Jones comes to the debacle dropping wisdom bombs from his new book Did God Kill Jesus? Peter Rollins is rocking his Gandalf hat spitting rhymes from The Divine Magician. Old Town Roastingbrought us coffee & COOP Ale Works delivered the malted excitement.

Below are links to Tony and Pete’s books. You should buy them through these links so we can see who sells more via HBC. It’s #teampete v #teamjones. You can also become a member of the Homebrewed Christianity Community, support the podcast and get extra perks as we take the podcast to a new level.

Don’t forget to sign up for the Homebrewed Summer School High Gravity class here or by becoming an Elder or Bishop.

Snoochie Boochies!

Walter Brueggemann on the Prophetic Imagination [Barrel Aged]

Header5Walter Brueggemann is a living legend in Biblical Studies. In this Barrel Aged podcast we pull out an interview with Dr. Brueggemann from the middle of the 2008 Presidential campaign. During the podcast we discuss his most influential text and required reading in every decent seminary The Prophetic Imagination

If you enjoy this don’t forget to check out his return visit to the podcast where he gives an audiological Guide to the Bible and subscribe to the Barrel Aged stream on iTunes.

THE GREAT DEBACLE: Did God Kill Jesus OR Did Jesus Kill God?

Homebrewed Christianity Presents:
The Great Debacle: Did God Kill Jesus? OR Did Jesus Kill God?
LIVE ONLINE EVENT: Saturday, April 4th (10:30am – 12:00pm PST)
[Neither a debate nor a conversation] with Tony Jones & Peter Rollins


In this most momentous of debacles, two intellectuals will engage in a public display of online streaming rhetoric. Their nimble wit and snarky asides will have viewers pulled back and forth as they wrestle with the meaning of the cross.

  • Why did Jesus die?
  • Did God kill Jesus?
  • Did Jesus Kill God?
  • Did all meaning die on the cross?
  • Was meaninglessness embraced on the cross?

These questions and more shall be explored as Tony Jones and Peter Rollins engage in #TheGreatDebacle. Tripp Fuller will moderate and likely explain how they should really just agree with him.

Pre-register now to join this LIVE online debacle for FREE!
**We will email you the link on the morning of the event.**

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WHO ARE THESE GUYS?

Tony Jones is the author of Did God Kill Jesus? Searching for Love in History’s Most Famous Execution, is theologian-in-residence at Solomon’s Porch in Minneapolis, and teaches theology at United Theological Seminary of the Twin Cities. Tony serves as a senior acquisitions editor at Fortress Press, curating the Theology for the People line of books. He’s developed an iPhone app called Ordain Thyself.

Peter Rollins is a provocative writer, philosopher, storyteller and public speaker who has gained an international reputation for overturning traditional notions of religion and forming “churches” that preach the Good News that we can’t be satisfied, that life is difficult, and that we don’t know the secret. His new book is The Divine Magician and it is better than his other books.

Tripp Fuller is the Homebrewed Christianity Pod-father, audiological provider for the neighborhood theology addict & president of the John Cobb fan club. He is ABD for his PHD in Philosophy of Religion and Theology at Claremont Graduate School and is busy writing what is sure to be his Mom’s favorite book on Jesus The Homebrewed Christianity Guide to Jesus: Liar, Lunatic, Lord or just freaking Awesome.