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The loud, encouragingly troublesome, rebellious, colorful artistry of what one really, actually believes. In a world of people addicted to some piece of certainty on "faith-based" reason. Punk Theology exists to explore some hopeful, uncomfortable questions on growth, peace, well-being, recovering what's lost, understanding the shit of "the other", faith, fear and being alive. An examination of the misfit's awakening spirit. So, how do we refine of what really is meaning, beauty and truth?
 
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Back from the New York Premiere of The Eyes of Tammy Faye, Jay gives a brief talk about humanity before answering viewers questions about his experience on the “Pink Carpet.” Before diving into the ups and downs of his premiere experience, Jay visits, as usual, the apostle Paul and discusses what Paul has to say about our humanity and also talks ab…
 
As the movie about his parents comes closer, Jay gives an open and honest talk about some of the complications that life brings…because life is complicated! He discusses the idea of Hope and asks, ‘what does hope mean?’ Jay discusses the need to speak our truth, but to do so honestly and not just for the shock value of it. He dives into the idea of…
 
Unlocked! Dug out from deep within the Revolution Archives, we unearthed a talk back from 2009, back from the days of Revolution New York – Have we made God a fragile, insecure, petty god? Does God have mood swings? Does he care more about our sins then the suffering in the world? Why would we ever follow a God like that? “God created us in our ima…
 
In this week’s talk, guest speaker Joshua Murray dives into a few ‘controversial’ Jesus movies and discusses the lessons that can be learned from these movies and the principles we can take from by viewing the human side of Jesus, even if it is completely separated from the Divine side. He discusses how these movies shouldn’t be seen as controversi…
 
In this week’s talk, Jay discusses the nuances of love and how maybe there is no such thing as a blanket love that encompasses all situations (and relationships.) Love adapts and evolves. Love is not simple, love is not easy. Love is messy and love is complicated. Love is not for the faint of heart. He also speaks on the dangers of loving without w…
 
In this week’s talk, Jay discusses the current state of Revolution, the struggles and importance of living life on life’s terms and the need to keep moving forward. Jay also jumps into the book of Philippians, a book of the Bible that Paul wrote from prison, to touch on a theme he’s been exploring a lot in his studies: The God Beyond God. What happ…
 
This midweek bonus episode is a crossover with The Sacred Collective podcast. Our own Brien Aadland--pastor of the group that meets at Bryant-Lake Bowl on Sunday mornings in Minneapolis: known first as "Revolution Church"; then as "Revolution Church Minneapolis"; and now, "The Doubters/Believers Alliance"--interviews influencer Milo Winslow, for an…
 
Jay and Caleb have a friendly and lively chat with online member, Jasson Jess! Jasson and Jay have developed a friendship online recently, taking advantage of the technology at our disposal as the unique sort of group that Revolution is. Recorded in Seattle, Washington on June, 25th, 2021. www.facebook.com/revolutionchurchmn www.revolutionchurch.co…
 
Joshua Murray gives a talk from his home in Long Island, New York, about the nuanced distinctions between forgiveness and atonement. He draws from the Old Testament story of the feuding brothers Jacob and Esau to make some very powerful points. Afterwards, he takes questions from the online congregation. Recorded in Seattle, Washington and Long Isl…
 
The apple doesn't fall far as Jay Bakker interviews Reverend Steve Pieters, much as his mother did on PTL / Tammy's House Party 1985, thirty and a half decades ago. Reverend Pieters was the first openly-gay pastor who was also open about his affliction with the AIDS virus. Tammy Faye's supportive interview of Steve on that day molded history and bo…
 
Jay delivers a message that is encouraging, challenging, comforting, and urgent--very much living up to the name "Revolution." By using the biblical account of "The Samaritan Woman at the Well," Jay highlights the beautiful truth that Jesus uses people. Period. Not good people. Not bad people. We are all human. We all fall short, AND are loved by G…
 
Jay and Caleb catch up with Revolution member and devotee of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, Kerry Hawk Lessard. Kerry has always been a passionate ally for the LGBTQiA+ community, and now, has carried that passion over to her work with her relatively-new church home: it is very, very exciting news that her local church will be off…
 
Jay puts a spin on the familiar, often hurtful phrase, "love the sinner, but hate the sin," calling to court those who use and popularize this type of thinking. Recorded on Sunday, June 27th in Seattle, Washington. www.revolutionchurch.com/donations www.facebook.com/revolutionchurchmn www.youtube.com/revolutionbroadcasting @jaybakker @revolutionchu…
 
Jay gives a talk on how we often mirror the negative characteristics that we despise in others, causing us to become that which we hate. It is easy to give power to those who we resent and reflect the traits which we have projected onto them. Instead, if we do wish to practice Christianity, it is essential that we love our enemies and pray for thos…
 
Jay and Caleb have a great chat with Floridian musician, the delightful Heather Williams. This conversation gets very deep and personal. Recorded in Seattle, Washington on Friday, May 28th, 2021. Check Heather out on social media: @HWmusictweets @heatherwilliamsmusic www.revolutionchurch.com/donate www.facebook.com/revolutionchurchmn @revolutionchu…
 
Jay talks about the recent growth that he has noticed in the popularity of Christians to disregard the writings and teaching of the Apostle Paul. Jay argues that this is not entirely fair, pointing out that the primary reasons for this dismissal are: (1) The clobber passage in his book of Romans, which is endlessly misunderstood and taken out of it…
 
Caleb has a chat with Matt McCrorey from back in Revolution's old home of Minneapolis. Caleb and Matt used to attend a couple of group meetings for people to discuss their deconstruction/deconversion, and though he is not a regular participant or listener, Matt has attended Revolution a time or two at Bryant-Lake Bowl in Minnesota. Find Matt on soc…
 
Jay and Caleb have their first in-person recording with a local Seattle congregation member: Jim Garland. After becoming frustrated with the hardcore fundamentalism of his early years, Jim found himself wanting a faith more focused on a gospel of Grace. This searching set him on a path that led him to Jay's teachings and a home in the grace-centere…
 
Jay Bakker gives a Sunday morning talk that warns us of the many tempting pitfalls surrounding a state of resignation to excessively and primarily self-identifying as a victimized individual. When we fall into this destructive pattern of weakness, we subject ourselves to more negative consequences brought on by a lack of accountability and critical…
 
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