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Theology Nerd Throwdown

Tripp Fuller: Theologian, Philosopher, and Minister

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The Theology Nerd podcast is a chance for Tripp Fuller, host of the Homebrewed Christianity Podcast, to answer questions, talk to his friends, and nerd out without the confines of an interview. Enjoy.
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Some pretty cool listeners sent a bunch of Process Theology questions & I got two #ProcessParty friends and scholars to hop on and answer them. Both Tom Oord and Andrew Davis will be at Theology Beer Camp and an upcoming event in Napa, CA – Power & the God of Love. Andrew M. Davis is a philosopher, theologian and scholar of world religions. He is P…
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Grace Ji-Sun Kim is back on the podcast to help me tackle some listener questions. We had a lot of fun as a theological tag team, and if you want to hang out with us, you can come to Theology Beer Camp! When registering for the event, drop the code MADANG for $50 off. Check out my visit to Grace’s podcast –Here’s the audio & here’s Madang on YouTub…
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Diana Bass is back on the podcast for a session of our ongoing series “Ruining Dinner.” We talk about religion and politics with a bunch of zest. Normally these conversations are for our community members, but we decided to share this one far and wide to invite you to come hang with us at Theology Beer Camp. Join us and a bunch of other “God Pods” …
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Tony Jones is back for some friend time and a little theology. In this conversation we discuss… Why Theology Beer Camp is gonna be awesome / drop that code REVHUNT for $50 off Mainline Protestant Bible Drills & Participation Trophies Tony and I discuss our potential new Old Man opinion How to develop a hunting liturgy – the episode with Murphy Robi…
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Diana Bass is back on the podcast for a session of our ongoing series “Ruining Dinner.” We talk about religion and politics with a bunch of zest. Normally these conversations are for our community members, but we decided to share this one far and wide to invite you to come hang with us at Theology Beer Camp. Join us and a bunch of other “God Pods” …
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We just finished the Christianity in Process class with John Cobb and had a bunch of lingering questions. So I called in my friend and super nerd, Tom Oord, for a little Process Theology QnA. These questions were all submitted by class members, but they ended up inspiring a conversation worth sharing. Plus, Tom and I have been doing a series of “Bi…
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Tripp and Tony connect after their spring family outings and share stories before Tony gives some quality guidance for the Fuller Family’s upcoming trip Rome. Things we discuss… Plans for Theology Beer Camp & how to dominate the God-Box go HERE and signup for an invite to Beer Camp tickets Tony shares about his time with his daughter in Turkey Trip…
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This was a live homebrewed happy hour with two friends of the pod delivered now for your enjoyment! We discuss their co-authored book Intersectional Theology and then answer questions live from the stream. Susan M. Shaw is professor of Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies at Oregon State University. She is author of God Speaks to Us, Too: Southern …
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When we observe a tension between Jesus and Caesar, we acknowledge that a fundamental tension remains at the heart of Christianity. The tension is not between religion and atheism or secularism. Nor is it between organized religion and personal spirituality or between Christianity and other religions. The tension is located within the heart of Chri…
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This is a Homebrewed Happy Hour in which I am joined by my friends Dan Koch & Dr. Sarah Lane Ritchie. This is an adult conversation with friends. Don’t listen with kids. Don’t listen if you don’t like potty language and bad jokes. Ohh and I said the phrase “5 shart Barthian.” To get invites to future happy hours check the HBC FB page. To get the se…
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The holidays are here and you know what that means? Awkward conversations about religion and politics with family, friends, and coworkers. Today on the podcast I am bringing you some wisdom… rules even… from two friends who work at the intersection of religion and the psychological sciences. Sarah Lane Ritchie and Kutter Callaway were part of the l…
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It is time to NERD OUT with your GEEK OUT! In this episode I am joined by my colleague and friend Dr. Sarah lane Ritchie. She was on the podcast this past summer and since moving to Edinburgh we’ve been planning to record again, so here it is. At the beginning of the episode Sarah answers a question a number of you sent in about the different Relig…
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Guess what theology nerds? This is a special announcement. I have just accepted a position as Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Edinburgh. There I will be part of a John Templeton Foundation project, God and the Book of Nature: Building a Science-Engaged Theology of Nature. It is hard to exaggerate how excited I am about this position and th…
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Elgin, my oldest son, just turned 11 and he has managed to talk himself into a podcast appearance. Personally I had a blast. It may be a completely new parenting tactic – get your 11 year old Son to record a podcast and they will talk to you about something other than Fortnite for 30 minutes!! Elgin is a pretty big fan of the National Geographic sh…
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Do Progressive Christians Want to Make Disciples? We got a call from Deacon Luke Allison and he has a topic that makes the progressive Christian wiggle – discipleship. Jesus called them and told us to do it, but has that time passed? What does disciple-making look like in our pluralistic world? How does the relationship of Jesus to his disciples in…
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Welcome to a special bonus episode of the Theology Nerd Podcast with the Dr. Tripp Fuller. This is a shorter Q&A episode, where your friendly, local internet theologian answers questions submitted by you. Today Tripp is joined by Scott Paeth, professor and ethicist at DePaul University, to help answer your questions, including: how would your theol…
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Welcome to a special bonus episode of the Theology Nerd Podcast with the Dr. Tripp Fuller. This is a shorter Q&A episode, where your friendly, local internet theologian answers questions submitted by you. Today Tripp is joined by Scott Paeth, professor and ethicist at DePaul University, to help answer your questions, including: what is gained by en…
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Welcome to a special bonus episode of the Theology Nerd Podcast with the Dr. Tripp Fuller. This is a shorter Q&A episode, where your friendly, local internet theologian answers questions submitted by you. Today Tripp is joined by Scott Paeth, professor and ethicist at DePaul University, to help answer your questions, including: how would you make t…
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Welcome to a special bonus episode of the Theology Nerd Podcast with the Dr. Tripp Fuller. This is a shorter Q&A episode, where your friendly, local internet theologian answers questions submitted by you. Today, Tripp is joined by Brian McLaren to help answer your questions, including: what are the 3 best and worst theological ideas you’re thinking…
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Welcome to a special bonus episode of the Theology Nerd Podcast with the Dr. Tripp Fuller. This is a shorter Q&A episode, where your friendly, local internet theologian answers questions submitted by you. Today, Tripp is joined by Brian McLaren to help answer your questions, including: How do you share your faith with your children with less baggag…
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Welcome to a special bonus episode of the Theology Nerd Podcast with the Dr. Tripp Fuller. This is a shorter Q&A episode, where your friendly, local internet theologian answers questions submitted by you. Today, Tripp is joined by Brian McLaren to help answer your questions, including: In the past 3 years I’ve become more committed as a christian a…
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Welcome to a special bonus episode of the Theology Nerd Podcast with the Dr. Tripp Fuller. This is a shorter Q&A episode, where your friendly, local internet theologian answers questions submitted by you. In this episode, Tripp picks up where he left off last time and addresses some more questions surrounding evil: doesn’t the problem of evil chang…
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Welcome to a special bonus episode of the Theology Nerd Podcast with the Dr. Tripp Fuller. This is a shorter Q&A episode, where your friendly, local internet theologian answers questions submitted by you. We got lot of questions about evil, suffering, and divine power. There is the classic philosophical question about evil, and then there is the th…
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Welcome to a special bonus episode of the Theology Nerd Podcast with the Dr. Tripp Fuller. This is a shorter Q&A episode, where your friendly, local internet theologian answers questions submitted by you. Today’s question: is the canon open or closed? how would communities decide what new texts should be considered to be part of an ongoing living b…
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Welcome to a special bonus episode of the Theology Nerd Podcast with the Dr. Tripp Fuller. This is a shorter Q&A episode, where your friendly, local internet theologian answers questions submitted by you. Today’s question: did the early Christians believe the Bible was inerrant? The short answer is no. But it’s a little more complicated than that. …
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Welcome to a special bonus episode of the Theology Nerd Podcast with the Dr. Tripp Fuller. This is a shorter Q&A episode, where your friendly, local internet theologian answers questions submitted by you. This week’s question: What do I do with 4 different, contradictory, gospel stories? In answering, Tripp wants to convince you that you should be …
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Welcome to a special bonus episode of the Theology Nerd Podcast with the Dr. Tripp Fuller. This is a shorter Q&A episode, where your friendly, local internet theologian answers questions submitted by you. In this episode Tripp tries to tackle two questions: How did the early church see the relationship between religion/faith and reason/science? How…
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Back by popular demand, Robyn Henderson-Espinoza sits down to talk with Tripp about Thanksgiving, the theology of nostalgia, and the politics of wholeness. They discuss: the postwar origins of Thanksgiving how do we reconcile the Christian rhetoric of gratitude and the founding of our country on the genocide of indigenous peoples appropriate (and i…
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Theologian and activist Timothy Murphy is on the podcast to talk about his new book, Counter-Imperial Churching for a Planetary Gospel. It’s part of the (Process) Theology Nerd Book Giveaway sponsored by Process Century Press and the Center for Process Studies In this episode you’ll hear about Timothy’s interest not just in process, but in social j…
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Get ready for all the freedom, liberty, and patriotic stuff you can handle! Jason Micheli and Teer Hardy from the Crackers & Grape Juice Podcast. In this episode the Hauerwasian Mafia sent one of its Drill Sergeants, Jason, to talk about the predicament of faith, freedom, and the conflicting calls to allegiance that color the American landscape. We…
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Welcome to a special episode of the Theology Nerd podcast. Today, the Good Doctor Daniel Kirk is talking to Jeffrey Pugh about his book, The Homebrewed Christianity Guide to the End Times: Theology After You’ve Been Left Behind. Hear about Jeffrey’s personal history with apocalyptic movements, the secret to the end of the world, the system of thoug…
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We are live from North Carolina today! J. Aaron Simmons, Lauren Winner, and Ryan Newsome were all on stage for the live podcast from the Progressive Youth Ministry conference at Montreat in North Carolina. PYM just announced details for next year’s conference, so make sure to check progressiveyouthministry.org for more. This episode includes the fu…
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this is NOT the good Dr. Kirk The good Doctor Daniel Kirk is on a road trip across the country with Clan Kirk, but no need to fear your Lectiocast is still here! It is an honor to fill in for Daniel and talk some lectionary goodness. We will see how long it takes before Daniel quits his trip and gets me off the show, but for now I am excited. Durin…
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“Lament is the antidote of denial.” – Walter Brueggemann This episode Tripp and Nathan talk to Erin Schendzielos about new project her and the Shelter50 Publishing Collective are working on with Walter Brueggemann – Antidote: Interruptions of Lament and of New Originary Stirrings. This project was inspired by the Adult VBS Walter did at the Hatcher…
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Are we all taking different paths up the same mountain? or are their many mountains? is there one ultimate reality or many? Andrew Schwartz, director of the Center for Process Studies – a research center of Claremont School of Theology, in affiliation with Claremont Graduate University. CPS seeks to promote the common good by means of the relationa…
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The podcast is coming to you live from the Hive in Cincinnati with our friends at the Common Pilgrim. Tripp talks to friend of the podcast (and author of the forthcoming Homebrewed Guide to Salvation) Adam Clark, and Alice Connor about her new book Fierce: Women of the Bible and Their Stories of Violence, Mercy, Bravery, Wisdom, Sex, and Salvation.…
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Tripp was in Santa Barbara where the Way Collective sponsored the Believing Skepticast at the phenomenal Third Window Brewing Co. Tripp and Tim talk about what is happening with religion in the 21st century and navigating the tricky waters of faith and doubt. Whereas in the past, atheists and believers from separate camps would debate in the public…
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Jeffrey Pugh and Eric Hall have taken over the Theology Nerd podcast this week! Jeff and Eric, authors of the Homebrewed Guide to the End Times and God (respectively), sat down early on Holy Saturday to talk about their books, how a young Assemblies of God Eric got an endowed chair at a Catholic school, and what it was like to be an original Jesus …
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Are you an Oordian? Are you a member of Oord Nation? Listen to Thomas Jay Oord answer your questions about open and relation theology and you just might become an Oordian. In this episode Tripp and Tom answer a stack of questions that people sent in about open and relational theology. Topics include: divine power, dealing with doubt, the relationsh…
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This is a Q&A episode of the Theology Nerd podcast, where we answer questions that listeners like you send in. We talk about how not to preach the woman at the well story (John 4), the intersection of musical theater and theology, and what Peter Berger’s Sacred Canopy has to say (if anything) about the Trump administration. The music video for Trey…
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Are you ready to get real with Niebuhr? Scott Paeth, professor of ethics at DePaul in Chicago, is on for this edition of the Why Go? series. Today, Scott is giving us 5 reasons why we should go Niebhurian (Niebuhr is probably the most influential American theologian of the 20th century, FYI). Scott is also the author of The Niebuhr Brothers for Arm…
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To celebrate the launch of Theology Beer Camp: Summer Edition we are sharing some of our favorite moments from the first Theology Beer Camp earlier this year. Tickets for Theology Beer Camp in Denver (August 18-19) and Oklahoma City (August 25-26) are on sale now! But you better hurry, prices go up Friday! In this episode, Eric Hall, author of the …
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To celebrate the launch of Theology Beer Camp: Summer Edition we are sharing some of our favorite moments from the first Theology Beer Camp earlier this year. Tickets for Theology Beer Camp in Denver (August 18-19) and Oklahoma City (August 25-26) are on sale now! But you better hurry, prices go up Friday! This is friend of the podcast, professor a…
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Are you ready to get your heart strangely warmed? Next up in the Why Go? series, Thomas Jay Oord joins Tripp to talk about why you should go Wesleyan. Tom gives 13 reasons, including: God’s primary attribute is love God is triune God acts first in every moment to offer salvation, and humans freely respond to God’s offer God does not predestine some…
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We’re all Kierkegaardians, whether we know it or not. So why not hear 5 reasons to let Soren salt your theological grub. Stephen Backhouse, author of the new Kierkegaard biography, Kierkegaard: A Single Life, give us five reasons to embrace our Kierkegaardian inheritance. Why go Kierkegaard? There is not school or church of Kierkegaard. He made sur…
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This is an audiological taste of what happened at the first annual Theology Beer Camp. During this special session of theological tailgating Philip Clayton and Tripp got all processy and talked about Jesus, God, creation, science – all while a cornhole tournament happened below! If after listening to this you’ve got some questions about process the…
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This episode of The Theology Nerd podcast is the Why Go Barthian? Webinar with Travis McMaken. This is another installment of our ongoing Why Go? series. In this episode you will get 5 reasons why you should go Barthian, plus: What does it mean to be Barthian? Barth didn’t want people to be Barthians, he wanted people to be theologians who spoke cr…
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This is a special bonus episode from the Questions for the Believing Skeptic course. We are in a period where the confidence of rationalistic accounts of religion don’t work anymore. There has been an explosion of religion expression that doesn’t fit neatly into any box. As good philosophers and theologian, this new situation requires trying to com…
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This is a special episode of The Theology Nerd podcast. Homebrewed Community Member Jesse Thorson, a Junior at Columbia University and Outreach Team Leader at Columbia Faith and Action, put together this special Q&A session about Tripp’s Guide to Jesus (which is available for purchase wherever books are sold). They talk about: Historical Jesus Deve…
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This is a very special episode of The Theology Nerd podcast: Epiphanation It’s always Epiphany when the Homebrewed Community gets together. What is Epiphanation? It is when we get together with the Homebrewed Community on Epiphany, discuss questions or topics that they have, live for 3 hours, while imbibing delicious craft beverages. To take part i…
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