One of things we value at Brew Theology is collaboration.
Here is where we want to share the people, organizations, and groups that working to create a better world. Take a few minutes to check out the links below.
Theology Matters is an online educational resource intended to equip viewers with the tools required to investigate, and reflect on the ways in which our beliefs interact our their lived experiences of the world. Theology Matters starts with the recognition that we both influence, and are influenced by the world around us. Following this recognition, we believe that we have a responsibility to challenge, interrogate, and reimagine our beliefs in light of new understandings of the world.
Theology Matters seeks to empower those who do not have access to a traditional theological education while also providing resources for pastors and theology students who are interested in exploring new ways to make theological concepts accessible. While theological questions are often reserved for those who we recognize as experts, Theology Matters firmly believes that any genuine conversation about the importance of theological reflection that leaves out the experiences of normal working people falls short.
At Theology Matters, we do not simply seek to bridge the gap between academic theology and the lived experiences of those who exist at the margins of society, but we seek to reimagine what theological education and exploration looks like outside of that paradigm.
You can find more Theology Matters videos Here.
Since March 13, 2008, Homebrewed Christianity Podcast has been bringing you the best nerdy audiological ingredients so you can brew your own faith. You will find conversations between friends, theologians, philosophers, and scholars of all stripes. What started as a reason for Tripp to interview the authors of his favorite books has turned into a community of podcasts, bloggers, & Deacons (what we call our regular listeners) invested in expanding and deepening the conversation around faith and theology. We hope you listen, question, think, and then share the Brew!
Previous guests have included Rob Bell, N.T. Wright, Catherine Keller, Marcus Borg, Brian McLaren, John Dominic Crossan, Walter Brueggemann, Bart Ehrman, Tony Jones, Phyllis Tickle, Elizabeth Johnson, Diana Butler Bass, John Caputo, Richard Rohr and many other influential and emerging Christian thinkers.
Tripp is a husband to Alecia, Father to Elgin & Khora, a minister, avid Laker fan, competitive home brewer, & a theology nerd pursuing a PhD at Claremont Graduate University. He is also the self-proclaimed president of the John Cobb fan club where he holds the title of #FANiac in Chief.