Brew Theology Podcast

Episode 102: Shamanism with Andye Murphy - Part 2

October 29, 2018

Here we go... Episode 102 of the Brew Theology Podcast with Andye Murphy (Part 2 of 2).

Andye Murphy, alchemist and prophetess at Rock 'N Roll Shaman, will be talking about shamanism. A shaman understands the world to be whole and perfect, a complete and beautiful expression of the divine. Come learn more and #BrewTheology with the most eclectic, interfaith, intergenerational craft beer community online (and in pubs across the country) that have healthy conversations.

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P.S. Get ready for a LIVE BREW THEOLOGY Podcast event at Blue Moon Brewery - RiNo. The annual AAR (American Academy of Religion) meeting is in Denver, Nov 17-20. Brew Theology is kicking off a pre-game podcast gathering titled “Open & Relational Theology" on Friday night, November 16; this is a 3-hour event with special guest theologians (below), a Q & A panel, some brewtastic convo & craft beer! ***Limited seats.*** RSVP YES if you plan on attending, please.

- Thomas J. Oord

- Donna Bowman

- Elaine Padilla

- Jason Whitehead

- Stephen Cochenour

- Andrew Schwartz

- Nancy Howell

Bring a friend & get ready to #BrewTheology!

RSVP on MeetUp, please.

Important Note: We encourage you to get to the brewery early and eat at a table or at the bar (or eat at home). The Blue Moon restaurant is delicious, but they will ONLY be serving us beer in the back room, 7-10pm.


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