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Theology on Tap Chattanooga

Matt Busby, Joseph Schlabs

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Welcome to the Theology on Tap Chattanooga podcast. In each episode, we feature a lecture given by a different writer, scholar, or public intellectual. Each of these talks explores the intersection between theology and culture and how theology can help better guide us towards the common good of society. These talks are given live at our monthly Theology on Tap events at The Camp House in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
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Grab yourself a cold beer, warm glass of milk or hot cup of tea, pull up a chair and join us for Theology on Tap, a round table conversation. Get ready for a lively discussion of theology, and perhaps some pop culture thrown in for fun. Got questions? Send us an email- theologyontap1517@gmail.com
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Women Who Do: What We Can Learn from Female Disciples in the Gospels When we think of disciples, we often picture the Twelve – the small group of men who followed Jesus throughout his ministry. But Jesus had many disciples, and the gospels are clear that we, as Christians, can learn from all of the people who followed Jesus. In her lecture, Dr. Car…
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"Evangelical Worship: An American Mosaic" with Dr. Melanie Ross 6:30 - Lecture Begins 1:04:30 - Q & A In partnership with UTC - Department of Philosophy & Religion Evangelicalism has undergone seismic and controversial shifts in worship over the last forty years, particularly in the areas of preaching and music. In this talk, liturgical scholar Mel…
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In partnership with Faith Co-Op 5:40 - Lecture • 57:00 - Q&A Learn more about Reformed Theological Seminary - Orlando's Faith, Work, & Culture Graduate Certificate Program "The Trinity & Work: How God's Work Informs Our Work" - How does the work of the triune God inform our work? In 1 Corinthians 12:4-6, Paul provides an illuminating framework for …
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Lecture at 5:45 Q & A begins at 42:00 Our spiritual lives are deeply connected to bread―the bread we break with family and friends and the Bread that is Christ’s Body, given and broken for us. Kendall Vanderslice, a professional baker and practical theologian who spends her days elbow-deep in dough, believes that there is no food more spiritually s…
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Fr. Ryan Pietrocarlo, CSC spoke on how we can experience beauty through and reflect God's love in our relationships with others in week 4 of the Summer 2023 TOT series in Fort Wayne.
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We are living in a world that is sick. Both literally sick, with 60 percent of adults in the US living with a chronic illness and rising rates of autoimmune diseases in particular, including long COVID, and figuratively sick, facing ever increasing rates of burnout, anxiety, and disconnection. As a writer, activist, and theology student, Lyndsey Me…
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"The Trinity & Trauma-Safe Churches" with Dr. Preston Hill Whether we realize it or not, our churches are full of those who have experienced and are living with the aftereffects of horror and trauma, whether as survivors, carers, or perpetrators. The central question of this book is simple: How can our churches become open to the Trinity such that …
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Megan Quigley was the 4th and final speaker of our Winter 2023 TOT series. She spoke on the importance of friendship and offered a testimony of her experience of Christian friendship. Bio: Megan is a Fort Wayne native and an alumna of the University of Saint Francis, where she now serves as the Assistant Director of the Assisi Program for Disciples…
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Brittany Tull was the 3rd speaker in our Winter 2023 TOT series. She spoke on the importance of community for us as Christians, how it forms and impacts us, and how we are called to build community. Bio: Brittany Tull works in Youth and Young Adult Ministry at Saint Pius X in Granger, IN. Brittany grew up in the Tampa Bay area and made her way to t…
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Michael Dopp was the 2nd speaker in the 2023 Winter Series. He offers a compelling message how every Catholic has a mission to evangelize and offers tips on how to do so in our every day lives. Bio: Michael Dopp graduated from Wilfrid Laurier University with Bachelor degrees in Business Administration (BBA) and Philosophy (BA), St. Augustine’s at t…
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The social and political life of the church is in upheaval, as the currents of our polarized culture invade the Christian witness from both within and without. We desperately need a re-centering on the radical work of Jesus, even if this means ceding our securities and curating a holy suspicion of the world's power structures. In this lecture and i…
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Fr. Andrew Budzinski spoke on the importance of prayer and our relationship with Christ for a proper understanding of our identity. BIO: Fr. Andrew Budzinski is pastor of St. John the Baptist Catholic Church in Fort Wayne and Vocations Director for our diocese. A native of South Bend, Fr. Andrew grew up at Holy Family parish, attended the Universit…
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"Space, Sound, & the Body in American Evangelicalism" with Dr. Tucker Adkins Evangelicals are perhaps the most discussed group in American Christianity, but such conversations often revolve around two distinctions: politics and theology. Evangelicals vote this way, and evangelicals believe these things. In this way, we typically cast evangelicalism…
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What if we understood nationalism as a religion instead of an ideology? What if nationalism is more spiritual than it is political? Several Christian thinkers have rightly recognized nationalism as a form of idolatry. In this TOT lecture, David A. Ritchie , author of the book Why Do the Nations Rage?, will argue that nationalism is inherently demon…
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"Who Will Cast the First Stone: Christianity & the Death Penalty" with Rev. Stacy Rector. Rev. Rector is the Executive Director of Tennesseans For Alternatives to the Death Penalty, an organization working toward the end of the death penalty in Tennessee. She is the Associate Pastor of Second Presbyterian Church in Nashville and has served as a spi…
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Anyone reading comments in online spaces is frequently confronted with a collective cultural loss of empathy. This profound deficit is directly related to the inability to imagine the life and circumstances of the other. Our malnourished capacity for empathy is connected to an equally malnourished imagination. In order to truly love and welcome oth…
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The church today is increasingly traumatized and traumatizing. An endless stream of "scandals" and "moral failing" of major church leaders is leaving many Christians disenchanted, disillusioned, and deconstructing their faith. There are so many survivors in our churches today suffering in silence. They carry wounds hidden in shame among communities…
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As we increasingly attend to the ongoing mental health crisis, the church must raise its awareness of both psychology and trauma. Certainly, a well-informed church can contribute to meaningful healing in these contexts. But the church has also, historically, been a significant factor in traumatization. Christian teaching itself has contributed to p…
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In this episode we continue our look at how to understand Scripture correctly. Mark’s Poem/Prayer Dear Lord Jesus, Your word is pure and your love is sure. Speak truth to me that I may see Your grace so true and what I should do. Dear Lord Jesus, Your word is pure and love is sure. Speak truth in me that all may see Your grace so clear and your lov…
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The modern divide between Sunday worship and Monday work has a devastating effect on the health, vibrancy, and effectiveness of Christian worship in the sanctuary and work in the world. Drawing on years of marketplace ministry and biblical research, Rev. Dr. Matthew Kaemingk will lead an evening exploration of the deep biblical connections between …
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This time we will take a look at what might be some of our listeners favorite passages, and we want to be gentle. Remember the big question of this season: “How can we be confident that we correctly understand the Bible?” That’s all we’re hoping to accomplish. We want you to be confident that you are hearing - and sharing - the truth of God’s Word.…
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Last time we talked about what you might call “situational context” and how that helps our understanding of the Bible. This time we will talk about translations – how they can impact our understanding. The books of the Bible were not originally written in English. The written documents of the Old Testament books were handed down through time in Heb…
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When the national protest over police brutality reached its apex in 2020, many white evangelicals struggled to understand or enter into the modern conversations on race, racism, and racial equity. Justin Phillips claims in his new book Know Your Place that their inherited world had not prepared them for that crucial moment. Phillips examines the th…
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Throughout this season, we will answer an important question: “How can we be confident that we correctly understand the Bible?” Pastor Mark’s 5 (hopefully) easy-to-remember categories: 1. All Scripture is inspired, inerrant word of God - not just the stuff we like. 2. All of Scripture is centered on Christ. 3. The mission of God (Missio Dei) is evi…
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Bible Verses Used in the episode: James 2:18 Another person might say, “You have faith, but I do good things.” Show me your faith apart from the good things you do. I will show you my faith by the good things I do. Romans 10:13 Everyone who calls on the name of the Lord will be saved.” How, then, can they call on the one they have not believed in? …
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Key Passages for this episode: Micah 6:8 what does the Lord require of you but to do justice, and to love mercy, and to walk humbly with your God. Matthew 28: 19.20 “All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. So wherever you go, make disciples of all nations: Baptize them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Sp…
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The Body of Christ- Why do we go? Why? Because God asks us to go – He sends us. What does he ask us to do? Micah 6:8 what does the Lord require of you but to do justice, and to love mercy, and to walk humbly with your God. Matthew 28: 19.20 “All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. So wherever you go, make disciples of all nations…
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When God gathers His Body, He feeds His body, gives it nutrition. He is strengthening, growing the koinonia of His Body Some of those feeding experiences seem to be the same through time: In Worship, God feeds us; we respond. Open my lips, Lord, and my mouth will declare your praise. You do not delight in sacrifice, or I would bring it; you do not …
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Episode 302- The Body of Christ- Why do we gather? Link to Jacob Collier’s website- https://www.jacobcollier.com/ (not a paid promotion) Psalm 147:2 The Lord builds up Jerusalem; he gathers the outcasts of Israel. Jeremiah 23:3 Then I Myself will gather the remnant of My flock out of all the countries where I have driven them and bring them back to…
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The Body of Christ- by Mark Siegert His body looking shoddy hanging up there on the cross This is how He gets a win? This is not a loss? There’s extra room in His tomb No body in that prison This IS how He got the win See! He has risen! This now done He makes us one – one body resurrected Our hostile traits are crushed to death In Him we’re all con…
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Season three drops May 7th. Our theme this season is "The Body of Christ." Continue the conversation with us by sending an email to theologyontap1517@gmail.com Join our Facebook Page- https://www.facebook.com/TheologyOnTapPodcast Please rate this podcast and comment on why you like the show --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.co…
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