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Best ReligionProf podcasts we could find (updated November 2019)
Best ReligionProf podcasts we could find
Updated November 2019
Updated November 2019
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The Religion Prof Podcast is the podcast of Dr. James F. McGrath, Clarence L. Goodwin Chair in New Testament Language and Literature at Butler University, in which he talks about the Bible, science fiction, education, music, and pretty much anything else that happens to grab his surprisingly short attention span.
Ruth Hayhoe is the sister of Suzanne McCarthy, the biblioblogger who did so much to elevate the voices of women in the realm of Bible blogging. Suzanne tragically died of cancer in 2015, before completing a book that she was working on about gender bias in Bible translation. Thanks to the efforts of Ruth and several other family members, the bo ...…
Meredith Warren has drawn our attention to themes of angelic food and the significance of eating in ancient religious literature - and on TV shows like Good Omens. Join us as we chat about these themes from ancient to modern times!
Filmmaker Rob Orlando visited the Butler University campus and speaks with me about connections between his most recent film, about the role of Ronald Reagan and Pope John Paul II in ending the Cold War, and his earlier film about Paul the Apostle.
In this episode I speak with Brandon Hawk about his recent book on Christian apocrypha about the infancies of both Mary and Jesus. Find out about them because they interest you in their own right, or out of curiosity to find out how we connected them to Star Wars and other things!
Jessica Reed is my colleague at Butler University and a poet whose poetry explores science. Listen as she shares poems (by others as well as her own) and as we reflect on interdisciplinarity, spirituality, and other things that meet at the intersection of the arts and the natural sciences!
This week's guest on the podcast is Emily Swan, a minister, author, Doctor Who fan, and Butler University graduate. And so we had a lot of points of common interest to talk about! Listen and find out more about her book Solus Jesus (co-authored with Ken Wilson), how Pentecostalism stands poised to offer something to this moment in the history o ...…
My two guests this week are both seminary professors who recently compiled a collection of sermons and reflections that are all responses to the traumas that seminary faculty and students have been subjected to in instances of authoritarian decision-making, termination of tenured faculty, and so on. Listen in as we reflect on the challenges fac ...…
Here's part 2 of my conversation with Brian Wesolowski on what it means to think about technology as a possible mediator of grace.
Brian Wesolowski interviewed me as part of his work to produce a new "Gracefully Tech" podcast. He will be using clips from our conversation there together with clips from others. Here, I'm sharing the entirety of our conversation. Both will be different, and both will be worth listening to! This is part 1. Stay tuned for part 2 next week!…
This special episode features the audio recording of my presentation and that of Matt Brake at the Batman conference at Bowling Green State University in April 2019.
My conversation with Jonathan David Lawrence ranges through topics as diverse as ancient immersion rituals, modern interfaith work, and educational games!
Anthony Le Donne returns to the ReligionProf Podcast to talk about the new book in his Gods of Thrones project about religion in Game of Thrones.
Robert Geraci joins me all the way from Bangalore, India to talk about his current research, his latest book, and his trajectory through the exploration of the intersection of religion, science, and science fiction.
In this episode my colleague Deb Saxon talks about her longtime fascination with extracanonical texts about Jesus, their role in allowing women's voices from ancient Christianity to be heard, and contemporary efforts to reach a wider audience for these texts by animating them or setting them to music.…
Today's episode explores how A. David Lewis' unique background as both a scholar of religion and a comic book creator provided the opportunity for him to revive a Muslim comic book hero who fought Nazis in France in the 1940s, and bring him to Boston in the present era.
This episode features a conversation with two members of Zondervan/HarperCollins' team that works on and promotes the New Revised Standard Version, Melissa Bouma and Bob Gaudet. Find out what happens behind the scenes of the Bibles you know and love!
Andrew Murtagh and Adam Lee, both Patheos bloggers, made a guest appearance at Butler University a while back. Ever since, we've had in mind to resume the conversation for a wider audience through a podcast. Here it is! Find out what precisely brought a Christian and atheist together to make common cause!…
Listen to this week's episode as Derek Penwell and I talk about how we should be sarcastic, because we follow Jesus' example! That's just one of the things we explore in talking about Derek's new book Outlandish.
Enjoy today's conversation with Paul Driscoll, who has written about Doctor Who in many places, including the volume on The God Complex in the series The Black Archive.
This week's episode features New Testament scholar Jeremiah Bailey and science fiction author Nathaniel Hosford. What's the connection between the two? You'll just have to listen and find out!
Join me, Pete Enns, and Pete's cat Marmalade for a conversation about his latest book, How the Bible Actually Works.
This week's episode features Martin Doblmeier as we talk about his work as a documentary filmmaker and his latest movie, Backs Against The Wall: The Howard Thurman Story.
Dr. Helen Bond from the University of Edinburgh is my guest on today's episode, which focuses on the characters who make relatively brief appearances in the Gospels but deserve to be considered in their own right - Caiaphas, Pilate, John the Baptist, Joseph, and several others.
Douglas Cowan has written some of the most important studies of religion in horror and science fiction. His latest book turns his attention specifically to fantasy and fairy tales. It was a delight to have the chance to chat with him about his new book, his earlier books, and where one or both of us might turn our attention next!…
In this week's episode Tom Oord and I talk about his latest book, God Can't, on the problem of evil, divine power, prayer, healing, and related issues. We talk as well about the subject of an earlier book he edited to which I contributed, namely the intersection of academic work with social media.
The continuation of my conversation with Ankur which began last week.
Happy New Year! Ankur Gupta and I are at it again, talking about new aspects of our work on the intersection of computer programming and religion, robots and ethics.
As a Christmas present to listeners, here is a supersized episode featuring Rev. Dr. Christopher Benek, a leading figure in the Christian transhumanist movement.
In this episode of the ReligionProf Podcast I talk with my colleague Brent Hege, Lutheran theologian, religion professor, and our Center for Faith and Vocation scholar in residence at Butler University, about a number of topics, including being a person of faith teaching religion and theology at a secular institution such as the one where we bo ...…
Karen Keen's recent book is important because it addresses not only a topic of crucial importance in our time, but highlights the broader question of how the Bible should be interpreted, and the example that Jesus and the authors of the Bible themselves provide as to how to apply scripture. Listen, and then order many copies of the book for use ...…
Part two of my conversation with Douglas Estes!
The first part of a two-podcast conversation with Douglas Estes focused on his new book, Braving the Future, exploring how Christians can balance being positive about technology without being uncritical when it comes to its use.
In this week's episode Matt Brake and I talk about the new book series on theology and popular culture that he is editing. We hope you enjoy geeking out along with us!
In today's episode of the ReligionProf Podcast, I talk with Ken Derry, one of the editors of The Myth Awakens, the first ever book about religion and Star Wars from a religious studies perspective!
In this week's episode I chat with Kyle Greenwood about his most recent book, Since the Beginning, as well as the broader subject of creation stories in Genesis and the history of interpretation thereof.
Anthony Le Donne and I continue our conversation about the historical Jesus, touching on topics such as mythicism and historical method in the process.
In this week's episode, Anthony Le Donne and I begin a conversation (that will continue in next week's episode) about the historical Jesus, John the Baptist, and other New Testament subjects of mutual interest.
Ankur Gupta and I continue our conversation about the intersection of ethics and technology on this week's ReligionProf Podcast.
This week's episode features renowned archaeologist Eric Cline. Listen as he and I talk about the intersection of archaeology and apocalyptic, among many other things.
This week's episode features composer and pianist Becky Archibald, talking about a range of topics including not only her engagement with religion, but also working on films and being a composer in the era of digitally-distributed sounds and scores.
Episode 5 of the ReligionProf Podcast features academic technology specialist Megan Grady-Rutledge speaking about Digital Humanities (among other topics of interest).
Shayna Watson is the mastermind (or superhero, if you prefer) behind ?eoCon, the upcoming theology and popular culture convention. Find out what it's about, how it got started, and why you should attend if you can!
James McGrath talks with Kimberly Winston about her work as a journalist reporting on religion, with a focus most recently on the intersection of religion and science fiction.
A conversation between James McGrath and Ankur Gupta, both professors at Butler University, one in religion and the other in computer science, about their collaborative project about Artificial Wisdom, i.e. the intersection of computing and ethics.
The inaugural episode of the Religion Prof Podcast, the podcast of Dr. James F. McGrath of Butler University, in which he talks about the Bible, science fiction, education, music, and pretty much anything else that happens to grab his surprisingly short attention span.Today's guest in this inaugural episode is Tom Janke, director of the Center ...…