As promised, 2014 has brought a new Eco-Theology series called “Home
Brewed Grown Christianity” all about-earth care and lovin’ God. It has grown into an 8 part series including a TNT follow-up to the initial run of interviews that begin today.
Episode 1: Leah Kostamo Planted: A Story of Creation, Calling, and Community Kindle ($9.99) Paperback ($17.99)
Episode 2: Matthew Sleeth Serve God Save The Planet , The Gospel According to the Earth & 24/6 about Sabbath. (Kindle $2.99)
Episode 6: is a special surprise from new Elder Micky Jones and friend.
Episode 7: is specifically food related. How do get food on the table? What issues are related to feeding a family?
Episode 8: at the the end of each episode, we ask our guest the same 5 questions. Tripp and I are dedicating a TNT to interacting with their answers to the those 5 questions. It will be in the same format that we did the Brueggemann-Fretheim Bible Bash.
You may also want to pick up Colonialism, Han, and the Transformative Spirit by Grace Ji-Sun Kim. Her HBC interview with Callid was so good that I sort of wish it had been a part of this series! I hope to return to Dr. Kim’s thoughts to close this initial run.
I attended part of planning meeting yesterday related to next year’s big Whitehead conference. The theme is “Seizing An Alternative: Toward An Ecological Civilization” based on a new essay by John Cobb. I am greatly inspired about this HomeGrown series and am very aware of the intensity of the situation we are facing.
I hope that you will join us on this audiological journey and that you will chime in on the blogs as they roll out over the next 40 days.