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Best Tripp Fuller podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Tripp Fuller podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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I had an inappropriate amount of fun talking with Dr. Fiona Ellis in this episode. If your inner-nerd doesn’t get pumped by the end, then it is hibernating. There’s a high likelihood you will end up getting her book God, Value, and Nature. Plus my son Elgin (12) joins for the intro and while he wasn’t impressed by 3.5 million downloads of the podca…
 
I had an inappropriate amount of fun talking with Dr. Fiona Ellis in this episode. If your inner-nerd doesn’t get pumped by the end, then it is hibernating. There’s a high likelihood you will end up getting her book God, Value, and Nature. Plus my son Elgin (12) joins for the intro and while he wasn’t impressed by 3.5 million downloads of the podca…
 
Dr. Adam Clark is here as we kick off the Black Theology Reading Group. This episode is not just a description and invitation to join the reading but, an outline of the centering questions of the class. If you don’t want to miss out on some amazing reading, lectures, conversation, and community then join up now. Dr. Adam Clark is Associate Professo…
 
Dr. Adam Clark is here as we kick off the Black Theology Reading Group. This episode is not just a description and invitation to join the reading but, an outline of the centering questions of the class. If you don’t want to miss out on some amazing reading, lectures, conversation, and community then join up now. Dr. Adam Clark is Associate Professo…
 
Are you ready for a super fun and nerdy podcast? Dr. Stanely has been an important thinker for my current research project. His book on renowned Quaker physicist Arthur Eddington was one I kept on telling friends about. When his new book Einstein’s War came out I knew it would make for a good reason to have him on the podcast. My high expectations …
 
Are you ready for a super fun and nerdy podcast? Dr. Stanely has been an important thinker for my current research project. His book on renowned Quaker physicist Arthur Eddington was one I kept on telling friends about. When his new book Einstein’s War came out I knew it would make for a good reason to have him on the podcast. My high expectations …
 
This August we kick off the next Homebrewed reading group on James Cone and Black Theology. We will be joined by our lead theological facilitator, Dr. Adam Clark, Associate Professor of Theology at Xavier University. In this episode Adam and I discuss (the Father of Black Theology) James Cone, Black theology, and the present moment. After hearing t…
 
This August we kick off the next Homebrewed reading group on James Cone and Black Theology. We will be joined by our lead theological facilitator, Dr. Adam Clark, Associate Professor of Theology at Xavier University. In this episode Adam and I discuss (the Father of Black Theology) James Cone, Black theology, and the present moment. After hearing t…
 
When people ask me about my favorite authors they aren’t surprised to hear me say Alfred North Whitehead, Elizabeth Johnson, or Origen, but when I say Jason Aaron I get a look of confusion. Then I explain how much I love comics and that Jason Aaron is my absolute favorite author. When I found out that I might be able to get him on the podcast with …
 
When people ask me about my favorite authors they aren’t surprised to hear me say Alfred North Whitehead, Elizabeth Johnson, or Origen, but when I say Jason Aaron I get a look of confusion. Then I explain how much I love comics and that Jason Aaron is my absolute favorite author. When I found out that I might be able to get him on the podcast with …
 
Dr. Stephen Haynes is the Albert Bruce Curry Professor of Religious Studies at Rhodes College and theologian-in-residence at Idlewild Presbyterian Church in Memphis, Tennessee. He joined the Rise of Bonhoeffer reading group and we decided it best to share with you. Enjoy! The figure of Dietrich Bonhoeffer (1906-1945) has become a clay puppet in mod…
 
Dr. Stephen Haynes is the Albert Bruce Curry Professor of Religious Studies at Rhodes College and theologian-in-residence at Idlewild Presbyterian Church in Memphis, Tennessee. He joined the Rise of Bonhoeffer reading group and we decided it best to share with you. Enjoy! The figure of Dietrich Bonhoeffer (1906-1945) has become a clay puppet in mod…
 
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