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Mason chats with Monica Coleman, a renowned process theologian and womanist. We chat about how she got into process theology, how process theology is a liberating theology, and what she's currently up to. Guest Bio/Info: Monica Coleman is a renowned process and womanist theologian. She is also an author and Professor of Africana Studies at the Univ…
 
Mason chats with one of his favorite people in the world, Brian McLaren. We chat all about Brian's new book, Faith After Doubt: Why Your Beliefs Stopped Working and What to Do About It, and all of the ways doubt is necessary to faith. Guest Bio/Info: Brian McLaren is an author, speaker, activist, and public theologian. Find Brian here: brianmclaren…
 
Mason chats with Jo Luehmann about her work in deconstructing and decolonizing Christian faith. We chat about her recent Twitter incident, how she differentiates between deconstruction and decolonization, and why she does her theology online. Guest Bio/Info: Jo Luehmann is a Colombian-born pastor who teaches on deconstructing and decolonizing Chris…
 
Mason chats with #1 theology podcaster, Tripp Fuller about his new book, Divine Self-Investment: An Open and Relational Constructive Christology. We chat all about an open and relational Christology and why it matters for our world today. Guest Bio/Info: Dr. Tripp Fuller is the founder and host of the #1 theology podcast, Homebrewed Christianity. H…
 
Mason chats with Tori Williams Douglass about her anti-racism project, White Homework. We chat about anti-racism, the spirituality behind it, and why white people need to get outside more. Guest Bio/Info: Tori Williams Douglass is anti-racist educator, podcaster, writer, and creator of White Homework, an anti-racism resource. Find Tori here: torigl…
 
In this episode I chat with Trey Pearson about his journey of coming out as gay in the Christian music industry. We chat all about his story and his faith in the midst of it all. Guest Bio/Info: Trey Pearson is singer-songwriter and Christian LGBTQ activist. He has been featured on the View, the Human Rights Campaign, and has sold hundreds of thous…
 
In this episode I chat with Megan Westra about her new book, Born Again and Again: Jesus’ Call to Radical Transformation. We chat all about how Jesus saves us for the world and following Jesus means we are to denounce our power in the ways we hold power. Guest Bio/Info: Megan Westra is a chaplain and writer. She most recently wrote Born Again and A…
 
In this episode I chat with Evan Kuehn and Kyle Trowbridge about Evan’s book, Theology Compromised: Schleiermacher, Troeltsch, and the Possibility of a Sociological Theology. We talk all about the importance of how social context plays in theology. Guests Bio/Info: Evan F. Kuehn is theological librarian and theologian. He has published Theology Com…
 
In this episode I chat with Kaitlin Curtice about her new book, Native: Identity, Belonging, and Rediscovering God. We chat all about her story, her journey of faith, and decolonization. Guest Bio/Info: Kaitlin Curtice is a citizen of the Potawatomi Nation as well as a Christian, public speaker, and poet. She travels around the country speaking on …
 
In this episode I chat with Dr. Drew Hart about his brand new book, Who Will be A Witness?: Igniting Activism for God’s Justice, Love, and Deliverance. We chat all about recent social movements and how the church can partner with these movements to participate in God’s work for justice. Guest Bio/Info: Drew Hart is a public theologian and professor…
 
In this episode Jeff Chu chats about his book, Does Jesus Really Love Me?: A Gay Christian's Pilgrimage in Search of God in America. He chats all about his journey in Christianity as a gay man, why Reformed theology matters to him, and his work in farming. Guest Bio/Info: Jeff Chu is a writer and Reformed Church of America minister. He graduated fr…
 
In this episode I chat with Matthias Roberts about his new book, Beyond Shame: Creating a Healthy Sex Life on Your Own Terms. We talk about creating a healthy sexuality and the theology it takes to create such a sexuality. Guest Bio/Info: Matthias Roberts is a licensed mental-health counselor associate and host of Queerology: A Podcast on Belief an…
 
On this episode we dive into the Black Lives Matter topic, and see how it affects tech, from racial bias, to terminology. We take a time to discuss and see how technology can hinder (or help) our problems. We also see what's new in the UI and Server side world! (Angular 10 is ALREADY released), OmniFaces, Spring Boot 2.3! We thank DataDogHQ for spo…
 
In this episode Chanequa Walker-Barnes chats with me about her new book, I Bring the Voices of My People: A Womanist Vision for Racial Reconciliation. We chat about the history of the racial reconciliation movement, the need for a womanist perspective in the movement, and way forward in racial justice. Guest Bio/Info: Chanequa Walker-Barnes was bor…
 
In this episode I am joined by wise and talented Dustin Kensrue. We chat about his band Thrice, his interest in process theology, and his new podcast Carry the Fire. Guest Bio/Info: Dustin Kensrue is a musician and songwriter. He fronts the rock band Thrice, as well as a solo artist. Find Dustin here: dustinkensrue.com Twitter: @dustinkensrue Insta…
 
We took the time to (virtually) ask Cagatay to join us and talk about COVID Dashboard, Deep Netts platform, and the news that GitHub Acquired NPM! We also take the time to explore some of the Open Source COVID-19 efforts / dashboards and data, seeing how tech can help making sense of the pandemic. We thank DataDogHQ for sponsoring this podcast epis…
 
In this episode David Finnegan-Hosey chats about his new book, Grace Is a Pre-Existing Condition: Faith, Systems, and Mental Healthcare. We chat all about the American healthcare system and how faith can help us re-imagined a new healthcare system that works for everyone! Guest Bio/Info: David Finnegan-Hosey is College Chaplain and Director of Camp…
 
In this episode Kelley Nikondeha talks about her new book, Defiant: What the Women of Exodus Teach Us about Freedom. She talks all about the women in the story of the Exodus and how their stories can inspire liberation in our world. Guest Bio/Info: Kelley Nikondeha is the co-director and chief storyteller for Communities of Hope, a community develo…
 
Yep, the crowd have been catching up with their netflix shows, reading cool blogs, and keeping up to date in the Enterprise space! We dive a little into some of the COVID-19 OSS projects out there (for those who want to take a peek and contribute), and then cover the interesting news of Github acquiring NPM! Then we talk about Node.js, Quarkus, the…
 
Dr. Wil Gafney is here to chat all about her book Womanist Midrash: A Reintroduction To The Women Of The Torah And The Throne. We chat about the liberating power of the stories of women in the Hebrew Bible and much more! Guest Bio/Info: Dr. Gafney is Associate Professor of Hebrew Bible at Brite Divinity School. She is also the author of Womanist Mi…
 
Join the 99% and listen to Eric Atcheson talk about his new book, On Earth as It Is in Heaven: A Faith-Based Toolkit for Economic Justice. We chat all things about Christianity and what it offers to seeking economic justice. Guest Bio/Info: Eric Atcheson is an ordained minister in the Disciples of Christ. He most recently published On Earth as It I…
 
David Congdon and David Roberts are here again to talk about the resurrection of Jesus. Did it literally happen or is it a metaphor? Guests Info/Bio: David Congdon is an author, speaker, and scholar working in the area of theology and culture. He hails originally from Portland, Oregon, completed a B.A. in English at Wheaton College, acquired an M.D…
 
Oh my, staying in isolation is tough! But that didn't stop the crew of Stackd to record the latest news in the full-stack space! From UI (Angular 9 is released!), to JavaFX 14, and Micronaut 1.3, there has been a lot of new things to play with! Then we follow the crew as we dive into "Developer Happiness" and what does it mean when programming (tho…
 
My good friend Kerry Connelly joins me to share about her brand new book, Good White Racist: Confronting Your Role in Racial Injustice. We talk all about how white people need to confront racism and what a white liberation theology may look like. Guest Bio/Info: Kerry Connelly is a writer; Certified Life Coach; author of the blog Jerseygirl, JESUS;…
 
Get your dancing shoes on, because Linn Marie Tonstad is here to throw us onto the queer theology dance floor. She talks all about her recent book, Queer Theology: Beyond Apologetics. Guest Bio/Info: Linn Marie Tonstad is Associate Professor of Systematic Theology at Yale Divinity School. She is the author of God and Difference and Queer Theology: …
 
Another stuffed-to-the-gills episode on Stackd! Where Kito, Josh, Dan and Ian talk about the new happenings on the UI (Tons have been happening), and then an update on the Server side of things (With Dropwizard, Quarkus Final Release, and Jakarta EE 9). So don't miss the new technology drops that are being covered in Stackd. Stay and Listen! Record…
 
Wess Daniels is here to set the record straight on the book of Revelation. He talks his book Resisting Empire: The Book of Revelation as Resistance and all about the resistive and liberative themes in the book. Guest Bio/Info: C. Wess Daniels is the William R. Rogers Director of Friends Center and Quaker Studies at Guilford College in Greensboro, N…
 
In this episode Christy Bauman talks about her new book, Theology of The Womb: Knowing God through the Body of a Woman. She talks about all the ways in which we can learn about God from the the experience of being a woman. Guest Bio/Info: Dr. Christy Vidrine Bauman is the author of three books: Theology of the Womb, A Brave Lament, and Coming Home.…
 
Kito, Josh, Danno, and Ian are at it again! Covering what's new in the Full-stack space, including a deep end discussion on Scrum, the interesting Front-end and Vendor Lock-in. An end-of-the-year episode not to be missed! Recorded Date Dec 6th, 2019 UI Tier TypeScript 3.7 Released Angular 8.2.14 Landed (Nov 13) PrimeNG 9.0.0 RC2 (Dec 3) Java EE/Jak…
 
Robyn Henderson-Espinoza is here to talk about their newest book, Activist Theology. They talk all things about taking theology to the streets and how activist theology can make theology a meaningful conduit for social change. Guest Bio/Info: Robyn Henderson-Espinoza is a theologian and ethicist based in Nashville, TN. They work in the hybrid space…
 
In all his wisdom and generosity, Brian McLaren is here to talk about his most recent book, The Galápagos Islands: A Spiritual Journey. He talks all about his journey to the Galápagos Islands and the spiritual and theological effect it had on him. Guest Bio/Info: Brian McLaren is an author, speaker, activist, and public theologian. A former college…
 
On this Christmas special, Emmy Kegler talks about her recent book, One Coin Found: How God's Love Stretches to the Margins. She also chats about her relationship with the Bible and her faith journey. Guest Bio/Info: Emmy Kegler is pastor of Grace Lutheran Church in Northeast Minneapolis. She is the coordinator and editor of Queer Grace, an online …
 
Get radical with Kutter Callaway and I as he talks about his newest book with Barry Taylor, The Aesthetics of Atheism: Theology and Imagination in Contemporary Culture. We chat all things radical theology, culture, and (a)theism. Guest Bio/Info: Kutter Callaway is Assistant Professor of Theology and Culture at Fuller Theological Seminary. He is als…
 
Michael Vazquez bursts in to share how theology ought to not simply affirm LGBTQ+ people but to queer theology itself. We also chat about Michael’s faith journey and Marcella Althaus-Reid. Guest Bio/Info: Michael Vazquez is a founder of Brave Commons, a Master of Theological Studies student, and queer public theologian. Find Michael here: Twitter: …
 
In this episode Crystal Cheatham chats with me about Our Bible App, a progressive Christian app consisting of devotionals, podcasts, and other resources for progressive Christians. She also chats with me about her work in LGBTQ+ activism. Guest Bio/Info: Crystal Cheatham is an LGBTQ+ activist, podcaster, and founder of Our Bible App. Find Crystal h…
 
Primefaces is alive and kicking! now with PrimeTek UI Updates. Working with maps? then hear how Josh uses ArcGIS JS API. Jakarta EE 8 has been released, and it's compatible with your usual suspects (Payara, Wildfly, OpenLiberty, and Eclipse GlassFish). We discussOracle's guidance for Jakarta EE 9, and we dive into the pain on javax namespace change…
 
Radiohead and theology: the crossover you didn’t know you wanted! In this episode Rob Saler talks with me about his newest book, All These Things into Position: What Theology Can Learn from Radiohead. Guest Bio/Info: Robert Saler is Associate Dean at Christian Theological Seminary in Indianapolis, where he also serves as Research Professor of Luthe…
 
Lenny Duncan is the first guest on the newly rebranded, A People’s Theology. He chats about being a black preacher in the whitest denomination in America. He also talks about how Lutheran theology is important to his faith. Lenny Duncan is pastor of Jehu's Table, a church in the heart of Brooklyn. Formerly incarcerated, formerly homeless, and forme…
 
Torah-pen those Bibles (#BibleJokeFail), because Melissa Florer-Bixler is here to talk all about her book Fire By Night. We chat all things Old Testament, including how Christians ought to read the Old Testament and how it can transform how we live in the world. Guest Bio/Info: Melissa Florer-Bixler is a writer and pastor with degrees from Duke Uni…
 
So first, a big Welcome for the "Enterprise Java Newscast" to joining the "Pub House Network", a series of podcast and content created by developers for developers. Everyone is happy about the partnership and we can expect Enterprise Java Newscast great content as always. Joining on this episode is a new pundit, but known in the Java OffHeap podcas…
 
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