In this episode you get not one, but two awesome interviews. I conducted these interviews in the Hatchery smart classroom from the General Assembly of the Disciples of Christ. The Hatchery is the new alternative seminary where I am now the Director of Theology and the Humanities. Check it out if you if you are looking for a school or awesome event on the beach in SoCal to attend.
Jack Caputo is a world renown philosopher and friend of the podcast. In this conversation we discuss his brand new book from Fortress’ Theology for the People line Hoping Against Hope: Confessions of a Postmodern Pilgrim.
If you want some more Caputo then you should join us for a day of philosophical geekery in Springfield MO November 4th. We will be putting on a Theology Nerd Bootcamp at Brentwood Christian Church the day before Subverting the Norm III kicks off. Get a discount to STN with the code HBCSTN. You can see the video of the conversation w/ Jack here.
Adam Clark is an Associate Professor of Theology at Xavier University where he teaches courses on Black Theology, Jesus and Power and Faith and Justice. He received his Masters’ degree from Colgate Rochester Divinity School and his doctoral degree from Union Theological Seminary. His forthcoming book is focused on Afrocentricity and its contribution to revitalizing justice traditions in Black Theology and Black Churches.
He is also an author in the Homebrewed Christianity Guide series! Adam will be one who explains Salvation: How to Avoid Eternal Conscious Torment. Clearly you should pre-order the book for all your heretical loved ones. While you are at it reserve the entire 10 book series with sweet perks.