Theology Now! Podcast

In this episode we explore Will Campbell, the Committee of Southern Churchmen and the Katallagete; a journal promoting nuanced, theological discussions of major political, cultural, and social crisis in the 20th century. Read More

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The Katallagete Story

Katallagete — be reconciled! — is both the Greek word used by the Apostle Paul in his second letter to the Corinthians (“we pray you, be reconciled to God”), and the name of a small, luminous journal that espoused civil rights and Christian social activism during its publication run from 1964 until 1990. Read More

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Anxiety Seminar, August 26, 2022

This fall, I am teaching a seminar at UVA titled “Anxiety: Religious and Theological Perspectives.” Anxiety is the affliction of most striving college students and the most common mental health disorder of our time. What are its religious and theological … Read More

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Theology Now! Podcast

In this, the third in an occasional series of podcasts exploring major themes and resources from the Project’s 22-year history, we’re talking about the built environment. Our guest today is Dr. Timothy Gorringe, Emeritus Professor of Theological Studies at the University Exeter, in England. Dr. Gorringe was a keynote speaker at the Project’s Spring Institute in Lived Theology in 2006, a gathering called “Spaces for Reconciliation and Redemption: Theology and the Built Environment.” Read More

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Women in Christian Peacebuilding Movements

In her groundbreaking paper, “Women in Christian Peacebuilding Movements,” Meghan Topp Goodwin argues that women’s leadership not only was crucial to the success of the U.S. Civil Rights Movement and to the movement to end the Second Liberian Civil War (1999-2003), but also is necessary for any lasting peace. Read More

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Theology Now! Podcast

In this episode, we are going to do something a little different and focus on one particular theologian: the radical, feminist, liberation theologian Dorothee Soelle. We have an exciting interview with Dr. Sarah Pinnock, professor of contemporary religious thought at Trinity University in San Antonio. Read More

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Theology Now! Podcast

Introducing the Theology Now! podcast, an occasional series exploring major themes and resources from the Project on Lived Theology’s 22-year history. The podcast mines insights hidden in plain sight on the Project’s website and puts them in dialogue with theologians grappling with where God is in the world right now. Read More

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What Is Nonviolence?

A Field Guide to Christian Nonviolence (Baker Academic, 2022) is an impressive—and impressively concise—book. David Cramer and Myles Werntz cover a lot of ground, all the while drilling down in well-chosen spots. Read More

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