In this episode, Pete and Tim discuss progressive Christianity and Pyrotheology. Their conversation visits the notion of the absurd as it functions in Pyrotheology, the roles that parable, liturgy, and transformance art play in forming communities, and the ethics and evolution of his work over his career.
In this episode, Dr. Patrick B. Reyes and Tim discuss his theopoetic lens as an author and educator working to create opportunities for scholars of color to flourish. We also discuss his story of surviving to adulthood, and how using narrative to share the call to life can help liberate others from the obstacles of colonialism by encouraging a deep embrace of one's own story.
In this episode, Dr. Robyn and Tim discuss everyday activism and how to resist the dominant forms of commodification in our society. The conversation revolves around how to find truth, beauty, and goodness in the instability of our times, what it means to live the questions of faith, and Robyn’s bridging work and the practices that sustain they’re efforts for collective liberation.
In this first episode, Kisha, Callid, and Tim discuss an introduction to the topic of theopoetics. The conversation ranges from history, to liberation theology and the various streams of theopoetics, to how to integrate aesthetics and embodiment into practical expressions of the faith in both community and academia.