Episode 77: Unconscious Theology In Political Turmoil Part 2 with Dr. Tad DeLay

April 9, 2018

In episode 77, Ryan Janel and Dan continue the conversation with Dr. Tad DeLay (Part 1 of 2) about psychoanalysis, theology and politics. Hello "BIG OTHER" and End Times theology as well. We live in an era of turmoil, which is slowly drowning out the religious, economic, and cultural orthodoxies that pledged their allegiances to a sinking cause. Through the lens of psychoanalysis and philosophy, DeLay explores the repressed theology underwriting our social and political drive to repeat failed patterns. By examining the figures of the cynic and the fool, we will ask: why do we feel as if a big Other commands us to see the world a certain way?

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Tad DeLay is the author of The Cynic & the Fool: the Unconscious in Theology & Politics and God Is Unconscious: Psychoanalysis & Theology. He holds a PhD Religion, an MA Philosophy, and an MA Theology. He teaches and lives in Denver.

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Episode 76: Unconscious Theology in Political Tension with Dr. Tad DeLay - Part 1

April 2, 2018

In episode 76, Ryan Janel and Dan interview Dr. Tad DeLay (Part 1 of 2) about psychoanalysis, theology and politics. We live in an era of turmoil, which is slowly drowning out the religious, economic, and cultural orthodoxies that pledged their allegiances to a sinking cause. Through the lens of psychoanalysis and philosophy, DeLay explores the repressed theology underwriting our social and political drive to repeat failed patterns. By examining the figures of the cynic and the fool, we will ask: why do we feel as if a big Other commands us to see the world a certain way?

If you dig this episode and/or other Brew Theology shows, give this episode a share on the interwebs, rate Brew Theology on iTunes, etc. and give BT a brewtastic review! 

If you'd like to support Brew Theology head over to the Brew Theology website, www.brewtheology.org and click on the Donate button. Wanna become a local partner and join the movement in your city/ town? Questions & inquiries about Brew Theology, the alliance/network, Denver community or podcast, contact Ryan Miller: ryan@brewtheology.org &/ or janel@brewtholeogy.org.

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Tad DeLay is the author of The Cynic & the Fool: the Unconscious in Theology & Politics and God Is Unconscious: Psychoanalysis & Theology. He holds a PhD Religion, an MA Philosophy, and an MA Theology. He teaches and lives in Denver.

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Episode 75: St. Patrick & Celtic Christianity

March 26, 2018

Whether we gaze back 1,000 or 2,000 years ago, history is fashioned from the ground up, especially within the down-to-earth Celtic monastic movement. The monks not only gave us the sacred origin of happy-go-hoppy home brewing, but they also gave the church timely disciplines and spread rich values in a time when the surrounding world needed to look a bit more like Jesus. Contrary to the popular idea of separating from the “secular” world, these ancient ascetic hermits actually fled the floundering and comprising “church” world. In episode 75, Ryan and Janel team up with Mark, Terry & Andy for a brewtastic convo about St. Patrick and Celtic Christianity! Time to raise a pint to Patrick and brew some Celtic theology!

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Episode 74: Will The Real Evangelicals Please Stand Up?! with Dr. David Buschart - Part 2

March 20, 2018

Part 2!

While the word, "evangelical," may come across as a bad word in many western circles, nobody can deny that the evangelical movement has been a powerful force within the United States on many levels throughout the years. On episode 74 of the Brew Theology Podcast, Dr. David Buschart, associate dean and professor of theology and historical studies at Denver Seminary, speaks about Evangelicals and Evangelicalism: “Who are ‘Evangelicals’ and What Do (and Don’t) They Believe”... 
· This idea is prompted by the near-blizzard of references to “evangelicals” in mainstream media during and since the presidential election season.
· In an irenic spirit, Dr. Buschart offers a description of some of the history and (more) the theological beliefs of evangelicals. Buschart brings something of “an insider’s” perspective. In the process, he describes and acknowledges the diversity within and some of the weaknesses of evangelicalism, while giving an affirmative presentation of what evangelicalism at its best—not every individual person or church—is.

This is Part 2 of a 2 part conversation with Dr. Buschart.

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*W. David Buschart (PhD, Drew University) is associate dean and professor of theology and historical studies at Denver Seminary. His most recent book (co-written with Kent Eilers) is Theology as Retrieval: Receiving the Past, Renewing the Church. He has also published Exploring Protestant Traditions: An Invitation to Theological Hospitality, and has published a number of articles, essays and book chapters and is a member of the American Academy of Religion and the Evangelical Theological Society. Buschart served in the theology department at Canadian Theological Seminary from 1988 to 1998 and also served as acting dean of the faculty for one year. He was a founding member of the Research Science and Ethics Advisory Committee at Wascana Rehabilitation Centre in Regina, Saskatchewan and is also the founder of Credo Consulting, a theological consulting firm. He and his wife Nancy are active members of the Cherry Creek Presbyterian Church in Greenwood Village, Colorado.

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Episode 73: Will The Real Evangelicals Please Stand Up?! with Dr. David Buschart - Part 1

March 13, 2018

While the word, "evangelical," may come across as a bad word in many western circles, nobody can deny that the evangelical movement has been a powerful force within the United States on many levels throughout the years. On episode 73 of the Brew Theology Podcast, Dr. David Buschart, associate dean and professor of theology and historical studies at Denver Seminary, speaks about Evangelicals and Evangelicalism: “Who are ‘Evangelicals’ and What Do (and Don’t) They Believe”... 
· This idea is prompted by the near-blizzard of references to “evangelicals” in mainstream media during and since the presidential election season.
· In an irenic spirit, Dr. Buschart offers a description of some of the history and (more) the theological beliefs of evangelicals. Buschart brings something of “an insider’s” perspective. In the process, he describes and acknowledges the diversity within and some of the weaknesses of evangelicalism, while giving an affirmative presentation of what evangelicalism at its best—not every individual person or church—is.

This is Part 1 of a 2 part conversation with Dr. Buschart.

If you dig this episode and/or other Brew Theology shows, give this episode a share on the interwebs, rate Brew Theology on iTunes, etc. and give BT a brewtastic review! 

Head over to the Brew Theology website, www.brewtheology.org to become a local partner, sponsor or contributor. Questions & inquiries about Brew Theology, the alliance/network, Denver community or podcast, contact Ryan Miller: ryan@brewtheology.org &/ or janel@brewtholeogy.org.

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*W. David Buschart (PhD, Drew University) is associate dean and professor of theology and historical studies at Denver Seminary. His most recent book (co-written with Kent Eilers) is Theology as Retrieval: Receiving the Past, Renewing the Church. He has also published Exploring Protestant Traditions: An Invitation to Theological Hospitality, and has published a number of articles, essays and book chapters and is a member of the American Academy of Religion and the Evangelical Theological Society. Buschart served in the theology department at Canadian Theological Seminary from 1988 to 1998 and also served as acting dean of the faculty for one year. He was a founding member of the Research Science and Ethics Advisory Committee at Wascana Rehabilitation Centre in Regina, Saskatchewan and is also the founder of Credo Consulting, a theological consulting firm. He and his wife Nancy are active members of the Cherry Creek Presbyterian Church in Greenwood Village, Colorado.

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Episode 72: Fear - Part 2

March 4, 2018

FEAR! Part 2.

What is fear?
When is fear healthy?
How do we see fear played out in unhealthy ways?
And of course... What do various faiths & religious traditions have to say about fear and the place it should be in our lives? 

On Episode 72 of the Brew Theology Podcast, Janel, Ryan, Christina, Jeff, Ray and Nate are back, and dive into FEAR. This is Part 2 of a 2 part conversation. 

If you dig this episode and/or other Brew Theology shows, give this episode a share on the interwebs, rate Brew Theology on iTunes, etc. and give BT a brewtastic review! 

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Episode 71: Fear - Part 1

February 26, 2018

Some of you may remember sporting “NO FEAR” swag in the early to mid 90’s, especially if you were into extreme sports (or a poser!). Well, it’s time to brew theology based on on a timeless topic: FEAR! 
This topic is based on the idea of fear in our culture.

What is fear?
When is fear healthy?
How do we see fear played out in unhealthy ways?
And of course... What do various faiths & religious traditions have to say about fear and the place it should be in our lives?

On Episode 71 of the Brew Theology Podcast, Janel, Ryan, Christina, Jeff, Ray and Nate dive into FEAR. This is Part 1 of a 2 part conversation. 

If you dig this episode and/or other Brew Theology shows, give this episode a share on the interwebs, rate Brew Theology on iTunes, etc. and give BT a brewtastic review! 

Head over to the Brew Theology website, www.brewtheology.org to become a local partner, sponsor or contributor. Questions & inquiries about Brew Theology, the alliance/network, Denver community or podcast, contact Ryan Miller: ryan@brewtheology.org &/ or janel@brewtholeogy.org.

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Episode 70: Q Christian Fellowship Conference Interviews

February 19, 2018

What's your favorite beverage?

Most influential theologian?

What is the most critical issue facing the church today?

On Episode 70 of the Brew Theology Podcast, Janel recorded mini LIVE interviews from the Q Christian Fellowship Conference (Q... Formerly known as the Gay Christian Network), "We Exist, I Belong."

If you dig this episode and/or other Brew Theology shows, give this episode a share on the interwebs, rate Brew Theology on iTunes, etc. and give BT a brewtastic review! 

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Episode 69: “Paul Was Not A Christian” Part 2 with Dr. Pamela Eisenbaum

February 12, 2018

Guess who's back? Dr. Pam Eisenbaum IS...  get ready to rock on with Pam as she continues brewing up some Pauline theology based on her book, "Paul Was Not A Christian: The Original Message of a Misunderstood Apostle." Eisenbaum, an expert on early Christianity, reveals the true nature of the historical Paul. She explores the idea of Paul not as the founder of a new Christian religion, but as a devout Jew who believed Jesus was the Christ who would unite Jews and Gentiles and fulfill God’s universal plan for humanity. Ryan Miller and Janel Apps-Ramsey gather with Dan Rosado, Christina Lee and Jeff Gelber for this episode. Cheers and keep brewin', friends!

 

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Pamela Eisenbaum is professor of Biblical studies and Christian origins at Iliff, and is associate faculty of the Center for Judaic Studies at the University of Denver. One of four Jewish New Testament scholars teaching in Christian theological schools, she is the author of The Jewish Heroes of Christian History: Hebrews 11 in Literary Context, Invitations to Romans, and most recently, Paul Was Not a Christian: The Original Message of a Misunderstood Apostle. She has published many essays on the Bible, ancient Judaism and the origins of Christianity, and is an active member of the Society of Biblical Literature. A passion for working with ancient manuscripts has increasingly informed her research. Professor Eisenbaum has experience working with the Dead Sea Scrolls and spent time at the Chester Beatty Library in Dublin studying the oldest surviving manuscript of Paul’s Letters (dated c. 200 C.E.). She appeared in the ABC documentary, “Jesus and Paul: The Word and the Witness.”

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Episode 68: “Paul Was Not A Christian” Part 1 with Dr. Eisenbaum

February 5, 2018

We are excited to have Dr. Pamela Eisenbaum back on the Brew Theology Podcast for a 2 part series. Pam brews up some Pauline theology based on her book, "Paul Was Not A Christian: The Original Message of a Misunderstood Apostle." Eisenbaum, an expert on early Christianity, reveals the true nature of the historical Paul. She explores the idea of Paul not as the founder of a new Christian religion, but as a devout Jew who believed Jesus was the Christ who would unite Jews and Gentiles and fulfill God’s universal plan for humanity. Ryan Miller and Janel Apps-Ramsey gather with Dan Rosado, Christina Lee and Jeff Gelber for this episode. Cheers and keep brewin', friends!

 

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Pamela Eisenbaum is professor of Biblical studies and Christian origins at Iliff, and is associate faculty of the Center for Judaic Studies at the University of Denver. One of four Jewish New Testament scholars teaching in Christian theological schools, she is the author of The Jewish Heroes of Christian History: Hebrews 11 in Literary Context, Invitations to Romans, and most recently, Paul Was Not a Christian: The Original Message of a Misunderstood Apostle. She has published many essays on the Bible, ancient Judaism and the origins of Christianity, and is an active member of the Society of Biblical Literature. A passion for working with ancient manuscripts has increasingly informed her research. Professor Eisenbaum has experience working with the Dead Sea Scrolls and spent time at the Chester Beatty Library in Dublin studying the oldest surviving manuscript of Paul’s Letters (dated c. 200 C.E.). She appeared in the ABC documentary, “Jesus and Paul: The Word and the Witness.”

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If you are a fan of this episode and/or other Brew Theology shows, please give this episode a share online, rate Brew Theology on iTunes, etc. and give BT a hopilicious review! 

Head over to the Brew Theology website, www.brewtheology.org, to become a local partner, sponsor or contributor. Questions & inquiries about Brew Theology, the alliance/network, Denver community or podcast, contact Ryan Miller: ryan@brewtheology.org &/ or janel@brewtholeogy.org.

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