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Ever wonder what happens when a trans Jewish theological activist and a cisgender Baptist hunger activist walk into a Bible Bashing podcast and talk about Biblical stories? Listen in each month as host, Liam Michael Hooper - a justice-seeking gender theorist, trans educator-advocate, and author - meets with (new) co-host, Don Durham - a hermit-ish farmer, podcaster, and transitional coach - share their thoughts about Biblical stories. After discussing a given text, Liam or Don will share a n ...
 
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In this episode of the Bible Bash podcast, Liam Hooper does a new thing. First, Liam invites listeners to draw near to our new co-host, Don Durham, and invites Don to draw near to listeners as well. We learn a little about Don, who is - among other things - a trained organizational change and transition consultant, and strategic coach helping clien…
 
In this episode we discuss the alarming theological implications of Pope Francis's recent trip to Iraq, where he pleaded for peace and fraternity, grounding his appeal in our common heritage found in Abraham. Episode Resource: http://www.vatican.va/content/francesco/en/events/event.dir.html/content/vaticanevents/en/2021/3/6/iraq-incontro-interrelig…
 
In this episode we talk with Amanda Scopilliti, a former nun who began her journey with the Dominican Order, the Dominican Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Eucharist. Listen to Amanda share about her journey from seeking Christ in the Roman Catholic Church, to ending up in hopeless bondage of religious function, to the day when God opened her eyes to…
 
Am I my brother's keeper? Cain asks G-d after killing his brother. In Sunday and Sabbath Day school's this story of fratricide turns into a simple moral tale, but as always Liam Hooper takes us deeper. He explores the ways G-d probes and seeks to draw out Cain. The subsequent discussion with Peterson Toscano raises other questions, as he and Liam r…
 
In this episode we discuss Dr. De Chirico's next Vatican File, #185, which will provide an evangelical analysis of the late Pope John Paul II's important encyclical letter, Fides et Ratio (Faith and Reason) and help evangelicals better understand how to think through the relationship between faith and reason. Episode Resources Papale Encyclical Fid…
 
In this episode we provide a brief overview of the papacy from an evangelical perspective. Episode notes: Book/Kindle/Audible: A Christian's Pocket Guide to the Papacy: Its origin and role in the 21st century (Pocket Guides) by Leonardo DechiricoLeonardo De Chirico, Reid Karr, Clay Kannard
 
As Christians, we should know how to handle our money well. We should be good savers, investors, and givers. Jesus has no problem with usuary laws and neither should you. Speaking of which, you can support me monetarily through www.patreon.com/thetheologypit Or by making a donation at www.thetheologypit.com…
 
Peterson Toscano takes on the biggest clobber passage of them all, Genesis 19 and the story of Sodom. We all know the "sin of Sodom" is not man on man action, aka homosexuality or sodomy. Peterson provides a close reading of the text to demonstrate that this story has nothing to do with "the gays" and really it is not even about hospitality. In fac…
 
Romans 1 shows us a historical snapshot of humanity’s descent away from God that leads to a life of discrimination. Only in Christ can we identify and remove the bigotted views on our own lives and influence the world around us. www.thetheologypit.com https://www.patreon.com/thetheologypitThe Theology Pit
 
In this episode we respond to our listener's questions, which concern the RCC's relationship to Latin language, both today and in the past. We also briefly discuss Epiphany, and respond to a listener's comments on Mary and Marian typology. We also respond to several questions about indulgences: What is the difference between indulgences and penance…
 
In this episode we discuss the year of St. Joseph, recently declared by Pope Francis in his letter Patris Corde. The Pope's declaration comes on the 150th anniversary of Pope Pius IX's declaration of Joseph as a Patron Saint of the Church (December 8th, 1870). We also discuss the special plenary indulgences decreed by the Catholic Church during thi…
 
For the first ever LIVE Bible Bash, Peterson, Liam, and guests, take on the topic of Biblical Bottoms. Who is a bottom in the Bible and what does that even mean?? We talk bottoms, tops, subs, doms, power bottoms, agency, consent, and much more. Hear about Jonah, Hagar, Samson, Delilah, and others. It is a fun, informative, and insightful conversati…
 
In this episode we examine the major theological pitfalls of Mariology in the Roman Catholic Church. Note: Please excuse the recording irregularities, we were in separate locations and had to record the episode on Zoom. Episode Resources: "Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary", Pope Francis, ANGELUS Mary in Early Christ…
 
This sermon was preached by Rev. Dr. Benjamin M. Stewart on December 2nd, 2020. Dr. Stewart is the Gordon A. Braatz Associate Professor of Worship and Director of the Zygon Center for Religion and Science at the Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago, where he has taught since 2008. Dr. Stewart's academic work illuminates how various forms of litur…
 
By taking on Hosea 11:9 Avery Smith, host of Blessed Are the Binary Breakers podcast, cracks open a rich discussion with Bible Bash co-hosts, Liam Hooper and Peterson Toscano. Avery writes: "I interpret God's declaration For I am God and not a man in Hosea 11:9 as, among other things, evidence of Their rejection of being assigned a human gender and…
 
In part two we discuss how the Roman Catholic Church arrived at a fully developed Mariology from the Mary presented in the Bible. We also discuss how typology has been influential in the RCC's understanding of Mary, especially with teachings such as the Immaculate Conception, the Bodily Assumption of Mary, Mary as Mediatrix, etc.…
 
In this episode we lay the groundwork for our discussion on Mary by underscoring the fact that Mariology and Marian devotion are intrinsic to Roman Catholic theology and practice. In other words Mariology is a core issue, not a peripheral issue that can be set aside and ignored. The intrinsic nature of Mariology is expressed in daily prayers to her…
 
This sermon was preached by Rev. Dr. Brooke Petersen on November 11th, 2020. Rev. Dr. Petersen has been an auxiliary faculty member and guest lecturer at LSTC since 2017. In 2020, she was appointed MDiv/MAM/MA program director and coordinator of candidacy.LSTC Chicago
 
In this episode the Associate Director of the Reformanda Initiative (Reid Karr) examines and critiques the doctrine of transubstantiation and the sacrament of the Eucharist in Roman Catholicism. The critique is grounded in a review of Dr. Brant Pitre's book Jesus and the Jewish Roots of the Eucharist: Unlocking the Secrets of the Last Supper. Dr. P…
 
How would you answer the following question: "How do you define Roman Catholicism?" It's an interesting and intriguing question that is difficult to answer. In this episode we discuss a definition crafted by the Reformanda Initiative that we hope provides good food for thought and encourages our listeners and evangelicals to do the same. The defini…
 
Liam Hooper will publish is his first book, Trans-Forming Proclamation: A Transgender Theology of Daring Existence. Peterson Toscano interviews Liam about this book that in its very structure models a bold new way of living. Liam then reads an excerpt from the book In Trans-Forming Proclamation, Liam Hooper tenderly explores gender and the Bible. T…
 
I sit down with Don Collett the author of Figural Reading and the Old Testament to discuss the finer points of his book. He shows that the Figural reading (allegorical reading) is largely ignored by many Christians today. In doing so we may miss what God has for us through our own interpretative bias' when interpreting the Bible.…
 
This sermon was preached by Min. Vimary "Vima" Couvertier-C​ruz on October 7th, 2020. Min. Couvertier-Cruz is Admissions Recruiter & Interim International Students Services Coordinator at the Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago (LSTC).LSTC Chicago
 
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