Theology on Tap Chattanooga

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"The Weakness of Christ: Politics, Nature, & the Radical Way of Jesus"Dr. Samuel YoungsBryan College, Mission School of MinistryDescription:Christology - or what Christians say, think, and believe about Jesus - has always determined the place a
"Signposts From a Divided World: Where Is God In Contemporary Culture?" Dr. Craig Bartholomew Description: Not all is well in our culture. We are living through a time of change and of crisis in Western civilization. Craig’s lecture will identi
"History As Activism: Learning the Past to Change the Future" with Rev. Jemar Tisby. This Theology on Tap lecture was recorded live at The Camp House on October 17, 2018. Description: Confederate monuments, kneeling during the national anthem,
On April 19th we had the pleasure of hosting a book launch event in Chattanooga for Practicing The King's Economy with authors Michael Rhodes, Robby Holt, and Dr. Brian Fikkert. Part 3 features questions submitted by the audience on the night
On April 19th we had the pleasure of hosting a book launch event in Chattanooga for Practicing The King's Economy with authors Michael Rhodes, Robby Holt, and Dr. Brian Fikkert. Part 2 features a panel discussion with the three authors moderat
On April 19th we had the pleasure of hosting a book launch event in Chattanooga for Practicing The King's Economy with authors Michael Rhodes, Robby Holt, and Dr. Brian Fikkert. Part 1 features a small lecture by Michael Rhodes. This episode
A Pilgrimage Renewed: Life as a Christian in Post-liberal America - Dr. Patrick Deneen, University of Notre Dame Recorded live at The Camp House in Chattanooga, TN on March 20, 2018. Abstract The American political order has entered a new phase
At Theology on Tap Chattanooga we convened a panel to discuss the theology imagination of the new film Black Panther. Recorded live at The Camp House on March 8th, 2018. This episode contains the panel discussion with a separate episode of Q&
"Dropping Science on Religion?: The Myth of Warfare Between Science & Faith" Dr. Clint Ohlers Recorded live at The Camp House in Chattanooga, TN on May 12, 2015 According to some scientists and theologians, we currently stand at a high-water ma
"Mary Christmas: The Mother(hood) of God for the Perplexed" With Rev. William Glass & Satoya Foster Recorded live at The Camp House in Chattanooga, TN on Dec. 12, 2017. From the beginning, Christians have affirmed that Jesus Christ was “born of
Truth's Table is a podcast featuring Michelle Higgins, Christina Edmondson, and Ekemini Uwan. Together they are the midwives of culture for grace and truth. In October we had the privilege of partnering with Lee University to bring the ladies t
Truth's Table is a podcast featuring Michelle Higgins, Christina Edmondson, and Ekemini Uwan. Together they are the midwives of culture for grace and truth. In October we had the privilege of partnering with Lee University to bring the ladies
Recorded live at The Camp House in Chattanooga, TN on October 17. What is the end of innovation? Why do we even innovate to begin with and how will we know if we are successful in such an endeavor? Dr. Greg Thompson seeks to pull our imaginatio
THIS IS PART 2 - Our Q&A session with Mark Charles. Please go back and listen to Part 1 first, which is the lecture, to better understand the context of these questions. How deep do issues of race and discrimination go in our country and in ou
PART 1 - LECTURE, PART 2 - Q&A How deep do issues of race and discrimination go in our country and in our Christian faith? Mark Charles digs into this complex history in order to help forge a path of healing and conciliation for both the churc
Recorded live at The Camp House on November 12, 2014. Preview: T.S. Eliot once wrote, “I can think of no Christian writer… more to be commended than Pascal to those who doubt, but have the mind to conceive, and the sensibility to feel, the diso
Recorded live on September 9, 2017 at The Camp House. "'Like God In My House': Chance The Rapper's Theology of Art & Life" Dr. Mary McCampbell, Lee Univeristy Mary McCampbell is Associate Professor of Humanities at Lee University in Cleveland,
Recorded live on October 28, 2014 at The Camp House. "Again and again, observers have predicted the death of the American prosperity gospel. Scandals. Economic depressions. Senate investigations. Failed miracles. The prosperity gospel has been
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