Theology

In this GodPod the home team have a fascinating discussion with Lord Glasman on the significance of place and the vital role the church plays within civic rights.
(Sorry for any issues with the quality of audio this time as we continue to record over zoom. Thank you for bearing with us)  
In this GodPod, the home team, Graham, Jane and Mike discuss the relationship between prayer and theology, and Graham’s latest book: “Why being yourself is a bad idea: And other countercultural notions
The regular team of Graham, Jane and Mike are joined by Lucy Peppiatt to discuss what really matters in theological education, and reflect on their years of experience in this area
This episode celebrates the 150th GodPod! Join the original team together for the 'Sesquicentennial' GodPod. Graham, Jane and Mike reflect on GodPod over the years and share some highlights and how they continue to engage in theological reflection.
In the light of the death of George Floyd, Jane and Graham are joined by Sharon Prentis, Intercultural Mission Enabler in the Anglican diocese of Birmingham UK, to discuss why Christians should care about the sin of racism, and why every church needs to be multicultural.

In this GodPod, Jane and Mike discuss the importance of thinking theologically and whether it is enough to just be worshippers.

Graham, Jane and Mike are joined by Ben Quash, Professor of Christianity and the Arts at King's College London to discuss the word and the image, art galleries and churches and the relationship between theology and the visual arts.

In this GodPod, Graham and Mike discuss two books they wrote back in the early 00s – Cafe Theology and The Provocative Church – and reflect on the impact they've had in the intervening years.

This GodPod was recorded as part of a Reformation Symposium hosted by St Mellitus College last month. Graham is joined by Prof. Charlotte Methuen, Revd Dr Michael Leyden and Prof. Simeon Zhal to discuss The Reformation and what it means for the church today.

This GodPod was recorded as part of a lecture given by Prof. Stanley Hauerwas. Graham, Stanley, Mark Knight and Donna Lazenby discuss theologian Dietrich Bonhoeffer. This lecture was recorded as part of the McDonald Lecture Series – a collaboration between St Mellitus College and the McDonald Agape Foundation, enabled through a generous donation from the McDonald Agape Foundation.

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