This episode contains the story and theology of an evangelical recognizing that plurality and diversity is part of the Christianity faith rather than something that should be eliminated. Tripp and special guest interviewer Mike Raimer-Goodman caught up with John Franke at the recent Emergent Conversation with Jurgen Moltmann. Franke is a professor of theology at Biblical Seminary in Hatfield, PA and has a new book called Manifold Witness: the Plurality of Truth.
How do you write a book on truth that both your mainline friends and evangelical friends will appreciate?
What is a method for determining honest and faithful expressions of faith in ways that respect differences?
Can the term ‘biblical orthodoxy’ be reclaimed and used in a positive and welcoming way?
We’ll keep you updated on our upcoming episode on the theology of outlaw country music. It will happen.
Thanks to this week’s featured Homebrewed Christianity Deacon, Mike Stavlund, for the phone call from the Moltmann event. I used my Google skills to find out if he uses the internet machine and found his blog.
Don’t forget about the free Homebrewed sticker.