Will The Real Evangelicals Please Stand Up?! with Dr. David Buschart - Part 2: Episode 74

Part 2!

While the word, "evangelical," may come across as a bad word in many western circles, nobody can deny that the evangelical movement has been a powerful force within the United States on many levels throughout the years. On episode 74 of the Brew Theology Podcast, Dr. David Buschart, associate dean and professor of theology and historical studies at Denver Seminary, speaks about Evangelicals and Evangelicalism: “Who are ‘Evangelicals’ and What Do (and Don’t) They Believe”... 
· This idea is prompted by the near-blizzard of references to “evangelicals” in mainstream media during and since the presidential election season.
· In an irenic spirit, Dr. Buschart offers a description of some of the history and (more) the theological beliefs of evangelicals. Buschart brings something of “an insider’s” perspective. In the process, he describes and acknowledges the diversity within and some of the weaknesses of evangelicalism, while giving an affirmative presentation of what evangelicalism at its best—not every individual person or church—is.

This is Part 2 of a 2 part conversation with Dr. Buschart.

If you dig this episode and/or other Brew Theology shows, give this episode a share on the interwebs, rate Brew Theology on iTunes, etc. and give BT a brewtastic review! 

Head over to the Brew Theology website, www.brewtheology.org to become a local partner, sponsor or contributor. Questions & inquiries about Brew Theology, the alliance/network, Denver community or podcast, contact Ryan Miller: ryan@brewtheology.org &/ or janel@brewtholeogy.org.

///

Follow us on Facebook & Instagram (@brewtheology) & Twitter (@brew_theology)

Brew Theology swag HERE. T-shirts, tanks, hoodies, V-neck's, women's, etc. all in multiple colors

///

Special thanks to Dan Rosado, our BT editor!

*W. David Buschart (PhD, Drew University) is associate dean and professor of theology and historical studies at Denver Seminary. His most recent book (co-written with Kent Eilers) is Theology as Retrieval: Receiving the Past, Renewing the Church. He has also published Exploring Protestant Traditions: An Invitation to Theological Hospitality, and has published a number of articles, essays and book chapters and is a member of the American Academy of Religion and the Evangelical Theological Society. Buschart served in the theology department at Canadian Theological Seminary from 1988 to 1998 and also served as acting dean of the faculty for one year. He was a founding member of the Research Science and Ethics Advisory Committee at Wascana Rehabilitation Centre in Regina, Saskatchewan and is also the founder of Credo Consulting, a theological consulting firm. He and his wife Nancy are active members of the Cherry Creek Presbyterian Church in Greenwood Village, Colorado.

Will The Real Evangelicals Please Stand Up?! with Dr. David Buschart - Part 1: Episode 73

While the word, "evangelical," may come across as a bad word in many western circles, nobody can deny that the evangelical movement has been a powerful force within the United States on many levels throughout the years. On episode 73 of the Brew Theology Podcast, Dr. David Buschart, associate dean and professor of theology and historical studies at Denver Seminary, speaks about Evangelicals and Evangelicalism: “Who are ‘Evangelicals’ and What Do (and Don’t) They Believe”... 
· This idea is prompted by the near-blizzard of references to “evangelicals” in mainstream media during and since the presidential election season.
· In an irenic spirit, Dr. Buschart offers a description of some of the history and (more) the theological beliefs of evangelicals. Buschart brings something of “an insider’s” perspective. In the process, he describes and acknowledges the diversity within and some of the weaknesses of evangelicalism, while giving an affirmative presentation of what evangelicalism at its best—not every individual person or church—is.

This is Part 1 of a 2 part conversation with Dr. Buschart.

If you dig this episode and/or other Brew Theology shows, give this episode a share on the interwebs, rate Brew Theology on iTunes, etc. and give BT a brewtastic review! 

Head over to the Brew Theology website, www.brewtheology.org to become a local partner, sponsor or contributor. Questions & inquiries about Brew Theology, the alliance/network, Denver community or podcast, contact Ryan Miller: ryan@brewtheology.org &/ or janel@brewtholeogy.org.

///

Follow us on Facebook & Instagram (@brewtheology) & Twitter (@brew_theology)

Brew Theology swag HERE. T-shirts, tanks, hoodies, V-neck's, women's, etc. all in multiple colors

///

Special thanks to Dan Rosado, our BT editor!

*W. David Buschart (PhD, Drew University) is associate dean and professor of theology and historical studies at Denver Seminary. His most recent book (co-written with Kent Eilers) is Theology as Retrieval: Receiving the Past, Renewing the Church. He has also published Exploring Protestant Traditions: An Invitation to Theological Hospitality, and has published a number of articles, essays and book chapters and is a member of the American Academy of Religion and the Evangelical Theological Society. Buschart served in the theology department at Canadian Theological Seminary from 1988 to 1998 and also served as acting dean of the faculty for one year. He was a founding member of the Research Science and Ethics Advisory Committee at Wascana Rehabilitation Centre in Regina, Saskatchewan and is also the founder of Credo Consulting, a theological consulting firm. He and his wife Nancy are active members of the Cherry Creek Presbyterian Church in Greenwood Village, Colorado.

“Paul Was Not A Christian” Part 2 with Dr. Pamela Eisenbaum: Episode 69

PodcastAQUA.jpg

Guess who's back? Dr. Pam Eisenbaum IS...  get ready to rock on with Pam as she continues brewing up some Pauline theology based on her book, "Paul Was Not A Christian: The Original Message of a Misunderstood Apostle." Eisenbaum, an expert on early Christianity, reveals the true nature of the historical Paul. She explores the idea of Paul not as the founder of a new Christian religion, but as a devout Jew who believed Jesus was the Christ who would unite Jews and Gentiles and fulfill God’s universal plan for humanity. Ryan Miller and Janel Apps-Ramsey gather with Dan Rosado, Christina Lee and Jeff Gelber for this episode. Cheers and keep brewin', friends!

Pamela Eisenbaum is professor of Biblical studies and Christian origins at Iliff, and is associate faculty of the Center for Judaic Studies at the University of Denver. One of four Jewish New Testament scholars teaching in Christian theological schools, she is the author of The Jewish Heroes of Christian History: Hebrews 11 in Literary Context, Invitations to Romans, and most recently, Paul Was Not a Christian: The Original Message of a Misunderstood Apostle. She has published many essays on the Bible, ancient Judaism and the origins of Christianity, and is an active member of the Society of Biblical Literature. A passion for working with ancient manuscripts has increasingly informed her research. Professor Eisenbaum has experience working with the Dead Sea Scrolls and spent time at the Chester Beatty Library in Dublin studying the oldest surviving manuscript of Paul’s Letters (dated c. 200 C.E.). She appeared in the ABC documentary, “Jesus and Paul: The Word and the Witness.”

///

If you are a fan of this episode and/or other Brew Theology shows, please give this episode a share online, rate Brew Theology on iTunes, etc. and give BT a hopilicious review! 

Head over to the Brew Theology website, www.brewtheology.org, to become a local partner, sponsor or contributor. Questions & inquiries about Brew Theology, the alliance/network, Denver community or podcast, contact Ryan Miller: ryan@brewtheology.org &/ or janel@brewtholeogy.org.

Follow us on Facebook & Instagram (@brewtheology) & Twitter (@brew_theology)

Brew Theology swag HERE. T-shirts, tanks, hoodies, V-neck's, women's, etc. all in multiple colors

///

Special thanks to Dan Rosado, our BT editor. 

“Paul Was Not A Christian” Part 1 with Dr. Eisenbaum: Episode 68

PodcastAQUA.jpg

We are excited to have Dr. Pamela Eisenbaum back on the Brew Theology Podcast for a 2 part series. Pam brews up some Pauline theology based on her book, "Paul Was Not A Christian: The Original Message of a Misunderstood Apostle." Eisenbaum, an expert on early Christianity, reveals the true nature of the historical Paul. She explores the idea of Paul not as the founder of a new Christian religion, but as a devout Jew who believed Jesus was the Christ who would unite Jews and Gentiles and fulfill God’s universal plan for humanity. Ryan Miller and Janel Apps-Ramsey gather with Dan Rosado, Christina Lee and Jeff Gelber for this episode. Cheers and keep brewin', friends!

Pamela Eisenbaum is professor of Biblical studies and Christian origins at Iliff, and is associate faculty of the Center for Judaic Studies at the University of Denver. One of four Jewish New Testament scholars teaching in Christian theological schools, she is the author of The Jewish Heroes of Christian History: Hebrews 11 in Literary Context, Invitations to Romans, and most recently, Paul Was Not a Christian: The Original Message of a Misunderstood Apostle. She has published many essays on the Bible, ancient Judaism and the origins of Christianity, and is an active member of the Society of Biblical Literature. A passion for working with ancient manuscripts has increasingly informed her research. Professor Eisenbaum has experience working with the Dead Sea Scrolls and spent time at the Chester Beatty Library in Dublin studying the oldest surviving manuscript of Paul’s Letters (dated c. 200 C.E.). She appeared in the ABC documentary, “Jesus and Paul: The Word and the Witness.”

///

If you are a fan of this episode and/or other Brew Theology shows, please give this episode a share online, rate Brew Theology on iTunes, etc. and give BT a hopilicious review! 

Head over to the Brew Theology website, www.brewtheology.org, to become a local partner, sponsor or contributor. Questions & inquiries about Brew Theology, the alliance/network, Denver community or podcast, contact Ryan Miller: ryan@brewtheology.org &/ or janel@brewtholeogy.org.

Follow us on Facebook & Instagram (@brewtheology) & Twitter (@brew_theology)

Brew Theology swag HERE. T-shirts, tanks, hoodies, V-neck's, women's, etc. all in multiple colors

///

Special thanks to Dan Rosado, our BT editor. 

New Year’s Religious - Spiritual Traditions: Episode 67

beigeBrew.jpg

Brew Theology brewed up a New Year's show for Episode 67. We focus on renewal - NY traditions & celebrations in world religions. Turn your minds & re-posture yourself while refocusing on age-old, meaningful spiritual practices across the globe. Whether you celebrate the Gregorian NY, The Orthodox NY, Rosh Hashanah, the Chinese NY, Nowruz, Losar, Al-Hijra, etc., or none of the above, you’ll find yourself at home as you engage in some healthy and rich dialogue from some great people in the brewtastic Mile High City! Thanks to Janel Apps Ramsey for the content along with Diana Thompson, Eric and Kelly Rosmos for contributing to this show.

///

If you are a fan of this episode and/or other Brew Theology shows, please give this episode a share online, rate Brew Theology on iTunes, etc. and give BT a hopilicious review! 

Head over to the Brew Theology website, www.brewtheology.org, to become a local partner, sponsor or contributor. Questions & inquiries about Brew Theology, the alliance/network, Denver community or podcast, contact Ryan Miller: ryan@brewtheology.org &/ or janel@brewtholeogy.org.

Follow us on Facebook & Instagram (@brewtheology) & Twitter (@brew_theology)

Brew Theology swag HERE. T-shirts, tanks, hoodies, V-neck's, women's, etc. all in multiple colors

///

Here are some of the BT chapter social media handles:

Denver @denverbrewtheology (FB & Insta)
@denverbrewtheo (twitter)

Jersey @jerseybrewtheology (FB & Insta)
@jerseybrewtheo (Twitter)

Jacksonville @BrewTheologyJax (Facebook and Twitter)

Harrisburg, PA @PenningtonBrews (Twitter)

Greeley, CO @greeleybrewtheo (FB)

Winston-Salem, NC @BrewTheologyWS (Insta)

NW Metro Denver @BrewTheologyNWMetro (FB)

///

Special thanks to Dan Rosado, our BT editor. 

“Is The Bible True?” with Dr. Pamela Eisenbaum Part 3: Episode 66

PodcastAQUA.jpg

Brew Theology is still brewin' the goodies in this sweet month of January 2018 with Dr. Pam Eisenbaum. Episode 66 is Part 3 of a 3 part series with Pam alongside Janel Apps Ramsey, Rob Carrol and Ryan Miller. Dr. Eisenbaum is an amazing human being who loves rooting for the San Antonio Spurs (God's Team), and she's happens to be a pretty rad Jewish scholar that lives in THE Mile High city! We've talked about Midrash, the Talmud, political tribalism, postmodernism, Hellenism, evangelicalism, Parker Palmer, and much more. We dabble into some personal stories (Ryan, Rob & Janel get raw as Pam flips the table and asks them questions about their faith journey). This 2nd part of this podcast ends with Pam talking about myths regarding the Bible. And you'll see why we need a part 4, 5 and 6 down the road. Pam's destined to come back! 

YES... We know you love these shows. Keep brewin' friends...

///

As a professional biblical scholar, people often ask Dr. Eisenbaum “is the Bible true?” It may be framed as a yes-or-no question, but in fact it is a complicated one, and for reasons many people haven’t thought of. In the following episosdes we will explore some of the reasons why it’s complicated, and how to think about the question differently. 

///

Pamela Eisenbaum is professor of Biblical studies and Christian origins at Iliff, and is associate faculty of the Center for Judaic Studies at the University of Denver. One of four Jewish New Testament scholars teaching in Christian theological schools, she is the author of The Jewish Heroes of Christian History: Hebrews 11 in Literary Context, Invitations to Romans, and most recently, Paul Was Not a Christian: The Original Message of a Misunderstood Apostle. She has published many essays on the Bible, ancient Judaism and the origins of Christianity, and is an active member of the Society of Biblical Literature. A passion for working with ancient manuscripts has increasingly informed her research. Professor Eisenbaum has experience working with the Dead Sea Scrolls and spent time at the Chester Beatty Library in Dublin studying the oldest surviving manuscript of Paul’s Letters (dated c. 200 C.E.). She appeared in the ABC documentary, “Jesus and Paul: The Word and the Witness.”

If you are a fan of this episode and/or other Brew Theology shows, please give this episode a share online, rate Brew Theology on iTunes, etc. and give BT a hopilicious review! 

Head over to the Brew Theology website, www.brewtheology.org, to become a local partner, sponsor or contributor. Questions & inquiries about Brew Theology, the alliance/network, Denver community or podcast, contact Ryan Miller: ryan@brewtheology.org &/ or janel@brewtholeogy.org.

Follow us on Facebook & Instagram (@brewtheology) & Twitter (@brew_theology)

Brew Theology swag HERE. T-shirts, tanks, hoodies, V-neck's, women's, etc. all in multiple colors

///

Special thanks to Dan Rosado, our BT editor. 

“Is The Bible True?” Part 2 with Dr. Pamela Eisenbaum: Episode 65

PodcastAQUA.jpg

Brew Theology cruises into 2018 with Dr. Pam Eisenbaum brewing up some biblical theology from a unique and fresh perspective! Episode 65 is Part 2 of a 3 part series with Pam alongside Janel Apps Ramsey, Rob Carrol and Ryan Miller. Dr. Eisenbaum is an amazing human being who loves rooting for the San Antonio Spurs (God's Team), and she's happens to be a pretty rad Jewish scholar that lives in THE Mile High city! YES... you'll love these shows, indeed. Happy Holidays! Keep brewin'...

As a professional biblical scholar, people often ask Dr. Eisenbaum “is the Bible true?” It may be framed as a yes-or-no question, but in fact it is a complicated one, and for reasons many people haven’t thought of. In the following episosdes we will explore some of the reasons why it’s complicated, and how to think about the question differently. 

///

Pamela Eisenbaum is professor of Biblical studies and Christian origins at Iliff, and is associate faculty of the Center for Judaic Studies at the University of Denver. One of four Jewish New Testament scholars teaching in Christian theological schools, she is the author of The Jewish Heroes of Christian History: Hebrews 11 in Literary Context, Invitations to Romans, and most recently, Paul Was Not a Christian: The Original Message of a Misunderstood Apostle. She has published many essays on the Bible, ancient Judaism and the origins of Christianity, and is an active member of the Society of Biblical Literature. A passion for working with ancient manuscripts has increasingly informed her research. Professor Eisenbaum has experience working with the Dead Sea Scrolls and spent time at the Chester Beatty Library in Dublin studying the oldest surviving manuscript of Paul’s Letters (dated c. 200 C.E.). She appeared in the ABC documentary, “Jesus and Paul: The Word and the Witness.”

///

Who's ready to brew? 

If you are a fan of this episode and/or other Brew Theology shows, please give this episode a share online, rate Brew Theology on iTunes, etc. and give BT a hopilicious review! 

Head over to the Brew Theology website, www.brewtheology.org, to become a local partner, sponsor or contributor. Questions & inquiries about Brew Theology, the alliance/network, Denver community or podcast, contact Ryan Miller: ryan@brewtheology.org &/ or janel@brewtholeogy.org.

Follow us on Facebook & Instagram (@brewtheology) & Twitter (@brew_theology)

Brew Theology swag HERE. T-shirts, tanks, hoodies, V-neck's, women's, etc. all in multiple colors

///

Special thanks to Dan Rosado, our BT editor. 

“Is The Bible True?” with Dr. Pam Eisenbaum - Part 1: Episode 64

mix+podcast+logo+-+square.jpg

Brew Theology ends 2018 with a Brewtastic Bang as we are honored to have Dr. Pam Eisenbaum brew up some biblical theology from a unique and fresh perspective! Episode 64 is Part 1 of a 3 part series with Pam alongside Janel Apps Ramsey, Rob Carrol and Ryan Miller. Dr. Eisenbaum is an amazing human being who loves rooting for the San Antonio Spurs (God's Team), and she's happens to be a pretty rad Jewish scholar that lives in THE Mile High city! YES... you'll love these shows, indeed. Happy Holidays! Keep brewin'...

As a professional biblical scholar, people often ask Dr. Eisenbaum “is the Bible true?” It may be framed as a yes-or-no question, but in fact it is a complicated one, and for reasons many people haven’t thought of. In the following episosdes we will explore some of the reasons why it’s complicated, and how to think about the question differently. 

///

Pamela Eisenbaum is professor of Biblical studies and Christian origins at Iliff, and is associate faculty of the Center for Judaic Studies at the University of Denver. One of four Jewish New Testament scholars teaching in Christian theological schools, she is the author of The Jewish Heroes of Christian History: Hebrews 11 in Literary Context, Invitations to Romans, and most recently, Paul Was Not a Christian: The Original Message of a Misunderstood Apostle. She has published many essays on the Bible, ancient Judaism and the origins of Christianity, and is an active member of the Society of Biblical Literature. A passion for working with ancient manuscripts has increasingly informed her research. Professor Eisenbaum has experience working with the Dead Sea Scrolls and spent time at the Chester Beatty Library in Dublin studying the oldest surviving manuscript of Paul’s Letters (dated c. 200 C.E.). She appeared in the ABC documentary, “Jesus and Paul: The Word and the Witness.”

///

Who's ready to brew? 

If you are a fan of this episode and/or other Brew Theology shows, please give this episode a share online, rate Brew Theology on iTunes, etc. and give BT a hopilicious review! 

Head over to the Brew Theology website, www.brewtheology.org, to become a local partner, sponsor or contributor. Questions & inquiries about Brew Theology, the alliance/network, Denver community or podcast, contact Ryan Miller: ryan@brewtheology.org &/ or janel@brewtholeogy.org.

Follow us on Facebook & Instagram (@brewtheology) & Twitter (@brew_theology)

Brew Theology swag HERE. T-shirts, tanks, hoodies, V-neck's, women's, etc. all in multiple colors

///

Special thanks to Dan Rosado, our BT editor. 

Music and Faith: Episode 63

mix+podcast+logo+-+square.jpg

Across the faith spectrum, music can be found just about everywhere you look. But it's many forms are as diverse as the religions, denominations, and communities that engage with it. Historically, music has played a critical role in both inclusion and exclusion among faith communities. In this 63rd episode of the #BrewTheology Podcast, Dillon, Erika, Janel (all musicians) and Ryan (Karaoke extraordinaire) nerd out in musical style...We may have a CCM battle on this show #90sLife #FriendsAreFriendsForever 

Enjoy and cheers, friends!

If you are a fan of this episode and/or other Brew Theology shows, please give this episode a share online, rate Brew Theology on iTunes, etc. and give BT a hopilicious review! 

Head over to the Brew Theology website, www.brewtheology.org, to become a local partner, sponsor or contributor. Questions & inquiries about Brew Theology, the alliance/network, Denver community or podcast, contact Ryan Miller: ryan@brewtheology.org &/ or janel@brewtholeogy.org.

Follow us on Facebook & Instagram (@brewtheology) & Twitter (@brew_theology)

Brew Theology swag HERE. T-shirts, tanks, hoodies, V-neck's, women's, etc. all in multiple colors

///

Special thanks to Dan Rosado, our BT editor. 

#MeToo with Janel Apps Ramsey: Episode 62

beigeBrew.jpg

Two weeks ago, the Denver Brew Theology community met at Grandma's House Brewery and talked about #MeToo. It was a challenging topic, but one that we knew we needed to meet about and try to cover. Needless to say, there was no way to cover everything. But we gave it a shot. 

As a result of that evening, Janel has recorded a podcast to also cover some of the material. This is definitely not everything we did, nor is it a comprehensive episode. But we hope that it opens up the topic and creates room for healthy listening and dialogue.

This podcast is probably PG13, in that there are a few stories about things women have experienced.

Janel would like to thank several people for their contributions. Dr. Christy Sim is a domestic violence expert who helped with the resources and layout of the evening. Dr. Kara Lyons-Pardue is a professor of NT who helped me with liturgical resources. Lyndia Radice is an experienced Social Worker who also helped make sure this discussion was helpful and healthy.

Janel thanks Ryan for reflecting on his own experiences in the church around this topic along with Baird (Janel's husband) for talking with the Denver community about HR policies. As always, a BIG thank you to Dan Rosado for being the best podmaster ever!

Following are a list of resources referenced in the podcast or used in our discussion. If you would like to host your own discussion please reach out and let us know.

If you were triggered in any way and need someone to talk to, please reach out to Janel or Ryan. Or you can reach out to these other agencies or Dr. Sim.

The National Domestic Abuse Hotline: 1−800−799−7233
National Suicide Hotline: 1-800-273-8255 or chat

For more information on this show, check out this blog from Brew Theology.

///

 

Always cheers, friends!

If you are a fan of this episode and/or other Brew Theology shows, please give this episode a share online, rate Brew Theology on iTunes, etc. and give BT a hopilicious review! 

Head over to the Brew Theology website, www.brewtheology.org, to become a local partner, sponsor or contributor. Questions & inquiries about Brew Theology, the alliance/network, Denver community or podcast, contact Ryan Miller: ryan@brewtheology.org &/ or janel@brewtholeogy.org.

Follow us on Facebook & Instagram (@brewtheology) & Twitter (@brew_theology)

Brew Theology swag HERE. T-shirts, tanks, hoodies, V-neck's, women's, etc. all in multiple colors

Amy Endres Part 2 #ComingOut: Episode 61

mix+podcast+logo+-+square.jpg

In Episode 61 of the Brew Theology Podcast, Nate Nakao (Jersey Brew Theology) continues his conversation with Amy and her father, Joe Endres! If you didn't listen to 60, check it out... There's some great material in this 2-part podcast about what it's like being committed to a traditional faith environment, and having a child who's gay. Amy and her dad share their vulnerable experiences, and Amy offers some of her perspective as a lesbian who's pursuing a career as a pastor. 

Also, in the first portion of Part 1 (Episode 60), Ryan gets to chat with Nate Nakao (Director of Jersey Brew Theology) about faith transitions, the great state of Jersey and the importance of Brew Theology communities!

Enjoy and cheers, friends!

If you are a fan of this episode and/or other Brew Theology shows, please give this episode a share online, rate Brew Theology on iTunes, etc. and give BT a hopilicious review! 

Head over to the Brew Theology website, www.brewtheology.org, to become a local partner, sponsor or contributor. Questions & inquiries about Brew Theology, the alliance/network, Denver community or podcast, contact Ryan Miller: ryan@brewtheology.org &/ or janel@brewtholeogy.org.

Follow us on Facebook & Instagram (@brewtheology) & Twitter (@brew_theology)

Brew Theology swag HERE. T-shirts, tanks, hoodies, V-neck's, women's, etc. all in multiple colors

///

Special thanks to Dan Rosado, our BT editor. 

Jersey Brew Theology and Amy Endres #ComingOut: Episode 60

beigeBrew.jpg

Ryan gets to chat with Nate Nakao, the Director of Jersey Brew Theology in this fun, 2-part episode. After their conversation about faith transitions, the great state of Jersey and the importance of Brew Theology communities, we transition episode 60 toward an important show with Amy Endres and her father. Jersey BT had Amy speak at a Brew Theology gathering. There's some fantastic material in this show about what it's like being committed to a traditional faith environment, and having a child who's gay. Amy and her dad share their vulnerable experiences, and Amy offers some of her perspective as a lesbian who's pursuing a career as a pastor. 

Enjoy and cheers, friends!

If you are a fan of this episode and/or other Brew Theology shows, please give this episode a share online, rate Brew Theology on iTunes, etc. and give BT a hopilicious review! 

Head over to the Brew Theology website, www.brewtheology.org, to become a local partner, sponsor or contributor. Questions & inquiries about Brew Theology, the alliance/network, Denver community or podcast, contact Ryan Miller: ryan[at]brewtheology.org &/or janel[at]brewtholeogy.org.

Follow us on Facebook & Instagram (@brewtheology) & Twitter (@brew_theology)

Brew Theology swag HERE. T-shirts, tanks, hoodies, V-neck's, women's, etc. all in multiple colors

///

Special thanks to Dan Rosado, our BT editor along with the Madison's and their podcast hospitality. 

Sikhism with Dilpreet Jammu - Episode 59

beigeBrew.jpg

Though it is the world's 5th largest religion, very few Americans know anything about the Sikh faith. It's time to get educated and see the modern-day relevance in this rich religion. Ryan and Janel have the honor of speaking with Dilpreet Jammu in episode 59 of the Brew Theology Podcast. Dilpreet is the founder of Colorado Sikhs and has served with the Interfaith Alliance of Colorado since 2013.

Enjoy and cheers, friends!

If you are a fan of this episode and/or other Brew Theology shows, please give this episode a share online, rate Brew Theology on iTunes, etc. and give BT a hopilicious review! 

Head over to the Brew Theology website, www.brewtheology.org, to become a local partner, sponsor or contributor. Questions & inquiries about Brew Theology, the alliance/network, Denver community or podcast, contact Ryan Miller: ryan[at]brewtheology.org &/ or janel[at]brewtholeogy.org.

Follow us on Facebook & Instagram (@brewtheology) & Twitter (@brew_theology)

Brew Theology swag HERE. T-shirts, tanks, hoodies, V-neck's, women's, etc. all in multiple colors

///

Special thanks to Dan Rosado, our BT editor along with the Madison's and their podcast hospitality. 

To Subdue or Sustain: Spirituality & the Natural World - Episode 58

download.jpg

Let's dig into what it looks like for humans to be in relationship with the rest of the natural world, and how spiritual teachings -- ancient and new -- shape the way we think about this interaction. This hot topic is presented to you by our own Denver Brew Theologian, Katie TenHulzen! Janel, Ryan and Elizabeth join Katie in this zesty podcast.

Brew on with episode #58 of the Brew Theology Podcast...  & always cheers, friends!

If you are a fan of this episode and/or other Brew Theology shows, please give this episode a share online, rate Brew Theology on iTunes, etc. and give BT a hopilicious review! 

Head over to the Brew Theology website, www.brewtheology.org, to become a local partner, sponsor or contributor. Questions & inquiries about Brew Theology, the alliance/network, Denver community or podcast, contact Ryan Miller: ryan[at]brewtheology.org & janel[at]brewtholeogy.org.

Follow us on Facebook & Instagram (@brewtheology) & Twitter (@brew_theology)

Brew Theology swag HERE. T-shirts, tanks, hoodies, V-neck's, women's, etc. all in multiple colors

///

Special thanks to Dan Rosado, our BT editor along with the Madison's and their podcast hospitality. 

The Compassionate Buddha with Rev. Diana Thompson (Part 2) Episode 57

beige-square.jpg

Compassion is a frequently used but often misunderstood concept in Buddhism. Rev. Diana Thompson (Tri-State Denver Buddhist Temple) speaks of its meaning throughout various Buddhist traditions but with specific emphasis on how it is understood in her own Jodo Shinshu Buddhist tradition. Dan, Dillon, Kelly and Ryan interview Diana and enjoy some Buddhist rabbit trails... This is part 1 of 2 of our coversation. Enjoy episode #56 of the Brew Theology Podcast...  & always cheers, friends!

If you are a fan of this episode and/or other Brew Theology shows, please give this episode a share online, rate Brew Theology on iTunes, etc. and give BT a hopilicious review! 

Head over to the Brew Theology website, www.brewtheology.org to become a local partner, sponsor or contributor. Questions & inquiries about Brew Theology, the alliance/network, Denver community or podcast, contact Ryan Miller: ryan[at]brewtheology.org or janel[at]brewtholeogy.org.

Follow us on Facebook & Instagram (@brewtheology) & Twitter (@brew_theology)

Brew Theology swag HERE. T-shirts, tanks, hoodies, V-neck's, women's, etc. all in multiple colors

///

Special thanks to Dan Rosado, our BT editor along with the Madison's and their podcast hospitality. 

The Compassionate Buddha with Rev. Diana Thompson (Part 1) Episode 56

beige-square.jpg

Compassion is a frequently used but often misunderstood concept in Buddhism. Rev. Diana Thompson (Tri-State Denver Buddhist Temple) speaks of its meaning throughout various Buddhist traditions but with specific emphasis on how it is understood in her own Jodo Shinshu Buddhist tradition. Dan, Dillon, Kelly and Ryan interview Diana and enjoy some Buddhist rabbit trails... This is part 1 of 2 of our coversation. Enjoy episode #56 of the Brew Theology Podcast...  & always cheers, friends!

If you are a fan of this episode and/or other Brew Theology shows, please give this episode a share online, rate Brew Theology on iTunes, etc. and give BT a hopilicious review! 

Head over to the Brew Theology website, www.brewtheology.org to become a local partner, sponsor or contributor. Questions & inquiries about Brew Theology, the alliance/network, Denver community or podcast, contact Ryan Miller: ryan[at]brewtheology.org or janel[at]brewtholeogy.org.

Follow us on Facebook & Instagram (@brewtheology) & Twitter (@brew_theology)

Brew Theology swag HERE. T-shirts, tanks, hoodies, V-neck's, women's, etc. all in multiple colors

///

Special thanks to Dan Rosado, our BT editor along with the Madison's and their podcast hospitality. 

Prophecy - Doom, Gloom & Tongues of Fire (Part 2) Episode 55

mix podcast logo - square.jpg

"A leader is somebody who has to jump in the middle of the fray and be prudential, we hope, rather than opportunistic, but a prophetic person tells the truth, exposes lies, bears witness and then, usually, is pushed to the margins or shot dead." - Cornel West

I (Ryan) wanted to name it Prophetic Justice: Gleanings from Nostradamus, the Buddha, Mohammed, MLK and/ or Jerry Falwell! But Dan said that was too long.... #RyanStillWantsJerryFalwellInTheSubtitle
YES! Our own, stellar contributor & brew theologian veteran, Dan Rosado, supplied the content. Dan, Erika, Ben, Janel and Ryan brew some theology on prophecy. This is a 2 part coversation. Enjoy episode #55 of the Brew Theology Podcast...  & always cheers, friends!

If you are a fan of this episode and/or other Brew Theology shows, please give this episode a share online, rate Brew Theology on iTunes, etc. and give BT a hopilicious review! 

Head over to the Brew Theology website, www.brewtheology.org to become a local partner, sponsor or contributor. Questions & inquiries about Brew Theology, the alliance/network, Denver community or podcast, contact Ryan Miller: ryan[at]brewtheology.org or janel[at]brewtholeogy.org.

Follow us on Facebook & Instagram (@brewtheology) & Twitter (@brew_theology)

Brew Theology swag HERE. T-shirts, tanks, hoodies, V-neck's, women's, etc. all in multiple colors

///

Special thanks to Dan Rosado, our BT editor along with the Madison's and their podcast hospitality. 

Prophecy - Doom, Gloom & Tongues of Fire (Part 1) Episode 54

mix podcast logo - square.jpg

"A leader is somebody who has to jump in the middle of the fray and be prudential, we hope, rather than opportunistic, but a prophetic person tells the truth, exposes lies, bears witness and then, usually, is pushed to the margins or shot dead." - Cornel West

I (Ryan) wanted to name it Prophetic Justice: Gleanings from Nostradamus, the Buddha, Mohammed, MLK and/ or Jerry Falwell! But Dan said that was too long.... #RyanStillWantsJerryFalwellInTheSubtitle
YES! Our own, stellar contributor & brew theologian veteran, Dan Rosado, supplied the content. Dan, Erika, Ben, Janel and Ryan brew some theology on prophecy. This is a 2 part coversation. Enjoy episode #54 of the Brew Theology Podcast...  & always cheers, friends!

If you are a fan of this episode and/or other Brew Theology shows, please give this episode a share online, rate Brew Theology on iTunes, etc. and give BT a hopilicious review! 

Head over to the Brew Theology website, www.brewtheology.org to become a local partner, sponsor or contributor. Questions & inquiries about Brew Theology, the alliance/network, Denver community or podcast, contact Ryan Miller: ryan[at]brewtheology.org or janel[at]brewtholeogy.org.

Follow us on Facebook & Instagram (@brewtheology) & Twitter (@brew_theology)

Brew Theology swag HERE. T-shirts, tanks, hoodies, V-neck's, women's, etc. all in multiple colors

///

Special thanks to Dan Rosado, our BT editor along with the Madison's and their podcast hospitality. 

Proximity with Michelle Warren (Part 2) - Episode 53

beige-square.jpg

"We can see evidence of injustice all around us, whether in continuing incidents of racial inequality or in the systemic forces that disenfranchise people and perpetuate poverty. It's important to learn about the world's inequities and to be a voice for the voiceless any way we can. But in an age of hashtag and armchair activism, merely raising awareness about injustice is not enough. Michelle Warren knows what is needed. She and her family have chosen to live in communities where they are "proximate to the pain of the poor." This makes all the difference in facing and overcoming injustice. When we build relationships where we live, we discover the complexities of standing with the vulnerable and the commitment needed for long-term change. Proximity changes our perspective, compels our response, and keeps us committed to the journey of pursuing justice for all. Move beyond awareness and experience the power of proximity." - Michelle Warren* (Power of Proximity)

This is Part 2 with Michelle Warren talking about her latest book, Power of Proximity. Janel, Ken, Rob and Ryan had a great time recording this show with Michelle. Enjoy episode #53 of the Brew Theology Podcast...  & cheers, friends!

If you are a fan of this episode and/or other Brew Theology shows, please give this episode a share online, rate Brew Theology on iTunes, etc. and give BT a hopilicious review! 

Head over to the Brew Theology website, www.brewtheology.org to become a local partner, sponsor or contributor. Questions & inquiries about Brew Theology, the alliance/network, Denver community or podcast, contact Ryan Miller: ryan@brewtheology.org &/ or janel@brewtholeogy.org.

///

Follow us on Facebook & Instagram (@brewtheology) & Twitter(@brew_theology)

Brew Theology swag HERE. T-shirts, tanks, hoodies, V-neck's, women's, etc. all in multiple colors

///

Special thanks to Dan Rosado, our BT editor along with the Madison's and their podcast hospitality. 

/// 
*Michelle Ferrigno Warren is the advocacy and policy engagement director for the Christian Community Development Association. She is an immigration, education, and human service policy specialist and is an adjunct faculty member at Denver Seminary. With over twenty years experience working in Christian community development, Michelle is a part of the national Evangelical Immigration Table and helps consult for the National Immigration Forum. She is a founding staff member of Open Door Ministries, a large community development corporation. Michelle, her husband, David, and their three children live in an immigrant neighborhood in Denver, Colorado.