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Theology Live
A Contemporary Theology Series
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February 22, 2017 08:49 AM PST

In this episode, the Rev. Eboni Marshall Turman, Ph. D., discusses the black body as a "theological problem", the future of the Black Church, and her current womanist theological scholarship. The only womanist theological ethicist on the Yale University Divinity School faculty, Dr. Turman authored Toward a Womanist Ethic of Incarnation: Black Bodies, the Black Church and the Council of Chalcedon, the first book-length womanist treatment of the conciliar tradition.

December 20, 2016 12:22 PM PST

“This world is pregnant with God,” said Blessed Angela of Foligno. This quote comes to us in rich and new ways as we journey through Advent, the days leading up to the Feast of the Nativity - Christmas. Days in which we hear prophets warn, coax, and encourage. Days in which - at least in the northern hemisphere - hours of darkness outweigh hours of light. And yet, we gather on nights like this one because somewhere deep in our bones we’ve been convinced that new possibilities lurk just beneath the surface. Join Dr. Emily Holmes, theologian and professor at Christian Brothers University, as she walks us through what these possibilities meant for medieval Christian women.

November 10, 2016 07:54 AM PST

Every four years, the United States of America holds a presidential election, putting a number of ideas, ideals, personalities, and historical trajectories on a given ballot. On November 8, 2016, that tradition continued with the election of Donald John Trump, Sr. of New York. Listen in as ethnographer and professor Dr. Zandria Robinson describes what she heard - culturally, racially, socially - in the election season and results.

October 25, 2016 06:24 AM PDT

After pondering about the relative silence of White Christians in the latest spate of high-profile police killings of black Americans, the Rev. Dr. André Johnson took to Twitter and began #whitechurchquiet. In the weeks and months to follow, a conversation about racism and white theology was sparked. Listen in as Dr. Johnson offers a detailed account of this powerful hashtag.

October 04, 2016 08:39 AM PDT

In this first installment of "Listener Mail", Father Broderick addresses two questions posed by a Theology Live listener; one about sexual ethics and another about the role of racism in theology. Margaret Farley's "Just Love" is cited in the sexual ethics response: https://www.amazon.com/Just-Love-Framework-Christian-Sexual/dp/0826429246/ref=sr_1_6?ie=UTF8&qid=1475595417&sr=8-6&keywords=just+love and James Cone's "The Cross and the Lynching Tree" is cited in the second: https://www.amazon.com/Cross-Lynching-Tree-James-Cone/dp/1626980055/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1475595481&sr=8-1&keywords=the+cross+and+the+lynching+tree. Please pose your questions at the hashtag #TheologyLive or send them to Father Broderick at broderick@gracestlukes.org.

September 21, 2016 09:05 AM PDT

"[W]hen Anglicanism is at its best, its liturgy, its poetry, its music and its life can create a world of wonder in which it is very easy to fall in love with God,” wrote Episcopal priest and theologian Urban T. Holmes III. This quote took Theology Live to the Memphis Brooks Museum of Art where its executive director, Dr. Emily Ballew Neff, discusses the intersection of art and theology, specifically how Yinka Shonibare MBE’s four sculptures, "Rage of the Ballet Gods," touches on pagan mythology, globalization, dance, migration, violence and climate change. Please find a visual from the evening here: https://www.901theology.com/blog/episode9visual.

June 20, 2016 08:05 AM PDT

"What makes us Protestant should also make us anti-racist, anti-sexist, and anti-heteronormative," says the Rev. Dr. Courtney Pace, a statement that stands over and against many of the ways Christians use racism, sexism, and heterosexism to oppress others. In this final episode of Season 1 of Theology Live, listen in as Dr. Pace links the ways in which revivalism, race, and gender have played out in the Church's histories and how the impacts Christians today.

May 17, 2016 12:10 PM PDT

On this special episode of Theology Live, we share the Question and Answer segment from the Rev. Janae Pitts-Murdock's conversation on black women and/in the Bible.

April 15, 2016 06:14 PM PDT

“African-American women are not newcomers to biblical interpretation,” says Dr. Nyasha Junior in her book An Introduction to Womanist Biblical Interpretation. For centuries, black women have read, improvised, preached, and riffed off of biblical texts; texts which have often been used to silence, erase, and oppress them. Listen in as the Rev. Janae Pitts-Murdock discusses black women in/and the Bible.

March 14, 2016 02:30 PM PDT

Religious extremism doesn't happen over night. Almost no one notices it's happening when it's happening. Join Rabbi Katie Bauman as she discusses how people of faith and conscience might resist the lure of extremism.

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