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Nathan Gilmour, from the Christian Humanist podcast, joins Tripp for a taste of what to expect at Theology Beer Camp in Asheville, NC this August 16-18. There, you’ll get to see the East Coast premiere of The Road to Edmond. If for some reason you can’t come to the entire Theology Beer Camp, you can still come see the movie premiere on August 17th from 7-10pm at Habitat Brewing Co. Get Tickets here.
In this episode, Tripp and Nathan talk about all sorts of things, including the role of scripture in issues surrounding sexuality, the church as ecosystem, how we respond to difference, cultural moralism post #metoo, free speech on college campuses and the role of educators, game theory and politics, and more.
- What questions will the church be wrestling with in 100 years?
- Why do we cultivate anxiety over things we have no control over?
- What does it mean to call Christ Lord in a pluralistic context?
Plus, they spend quite a bit of time talking about Jonathan Haidt’s book The Righteous Mind, Plato, Heidegger, and Tripp finally answers Nathan’s question from their last chat.
Make sure to enter The Road to Edmond iPad Giveaway! Who doesn’t want a new iPad loaded with the 1st private copy of the film The Road to Edmond? On top of getting the iPad with the film you will be in the credits of the final film as an Associate Producer, scoring a credit on your IMDB page. You will also get the VIP Access to the film, behind the scenes goodies, and a brand new video small group curriculum How far is too far? The Bible & Sexuality, PLUS, a set of the Bibliotheca Bible, and the first 6 Homebrewed Christianity Guide ebooks.
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