In this episode, we talk with Walter Brueggemann, author of Preaching Jeremiah and Preaching from the Old Testament in the Working Preacher Books series. Watch video version at https://youtu.be/1O7vTtTyC7c Working Preacher Books podcast is a series focused on igniting your curiosity as a preacher and connecting you with the living Word. Join us as we gain insights and hear stories straight from Working Preacher authors about proclaiming an authentic Word in challenging times.
#68: Walter Brueggemann: Finding Glimmers of Joy and Laughter in the Wilderness
The Economics of Well-Being
Walter Brueggemann, one of the world's most prolific Old Testament scholars, returns to my podcast to share his wisdom from 87 years of a good life lived with joy. A prophetic voice in the wilderness of our so-called enlightenment, his humour and laughter reminds me of the joy that is always present in the depths of our hearts. We all need elders in our lives to help us reflect on the many graces we have been given in our lives. An economy of well-being is one in which we listen carefully to our elders before they pass on from this earthly existence. Walter is still writing, his most recent writings can be found on the Church A New.org blog https://churchanew.org/brueggemann?author=5e8395f4103b585101d04954 Enjoy Walter's voice, crying with joy from the wilderness! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mark-anielski/message
Common Good Podcast is a conversation about the significance of place, eliminating economic isolation and the structure of belonging. In this episode, we discuss Walter Brueggemann’s article, Not Numbed Inside: https://churchanew.org/brueggemann/not-numbed-inside Walter has a conversation with five individuals from the Common Good collective. Here are their bios:Greg Jarrell is a founder of QC Family Tree, a community of hospitality in Charlotte, NC, where he shares life with his wife, Helms, their two kids, and a host of other neighbors who have become kin. He was also a fellow with the Common Good Collective and assists with the Common Good reader.As a writer and storyteller, Shannon Mannon invigorates community and inspires social healing through conversation. Currently, Shannon’s at the helm of 3-Minute Storyteller which creates digital stories featuring movement makers of all stripes— from astronauts to entrepreneurs to New York Times bestselling authors. Her work has been published in places like USA Today, Allsides.com, The Good Men Project, and she’s a regular contributor at Living Room Conversations, which uses conversation to bridge divides.Demetries Edwards is a native Oaklander who loves his city and it's people. Demetries currently serves as pastor of the Twenty-third Avenue Church of God in Oakland. Demetries is involved in social justice work as a member of the Bay Area Clergy Cohort and Pico California. Demetries was educated in the Oakland Public School System and is a proud alum of McClymonds High School and continued his educational journey at Laney College and then Dallas Baptist University in Dallas, Texas. Demetries is happily married to Chantrelle Renee and they have three children Savaugn, Demi and Madison. He was also a fellow with the Common Good Collective.Courtney Napier is a freelance journalist and writer from Raleigh, North Carolina. She is the founder of Black Oak Society—a community of Black writers and artists in the greater Raleigh area—and the editor BOS Zine. Her work can be found in INDY Week and Scalawag Magazine, as well as on her blog, Courtney Has Words. Courtney chose to write because she wanted the untold stories of marginalized residents to be shared and preserved for generations to come. Her spouse and two children are a daily source of love and inspiration. She is also in charge of the Common Good Reader.Darin Petersen is the co-founder of the Common Good and founder of Common Change.A Seeming Stillness by David Whyte can be found here: https://www.pauljhowell.com/poetry/a-seeming-stillness-david-whyteRabbi Miriam Terlinchamp is your host. Common Good Podcast is a production of Bespoken Live (bespokenlive.org) and Common Change - Eliminating Personal Economic Isolation (commonchange.com). It is hosted by Rabbi Miriam Terlinchamp and produced by Joey Taylor, with music by Jeff Gorman.
73.3 - Walter Brueggemann on Justice from Below & Brad Strawn as Confession as Justice
In their lectures delivered at the 2015 Fuller Forum, Walter Brueggemann, renowned author and Old Testament scholar, presented the idea of two kinds of justices—predatory justice from above and transformative justice from below—and contended that the Bible depicts a contestation between both; and Brad Strawn, Everlyn and Frank Freed Professor of the Integration of Psychology, spoke to how the acts of confession and truth-telling bring healing not only to individuals but to the world. The 2015 Fuller Forum explored the themes of justice, grace, and law and how each shapes our understanding of the church’s relationship with God and the church’s ministry in the world. Joined by Fuller scholars and other guests, renowned Old Testament scholar Walter Brueggemann, featured as the conference’s keynote speaker. Author of over a hundred books, he is the William Marcellus McPheeters Professor Emeritus of Old Testament at Columbia Theological Seminary.
73.1 - Walter Brueggemann on the Relational God & Kyong-Jin Lee on Ethics in a Globalized World
In their lectures delivered at the 2015 Fuller Forum, Walter Brueggemann, renowned author and Old Testament scholar, spoke about God being a dialogic partner actively engaged with his people, and how this relationality shapes our understanding of God’s justice, grace, and law; and Kyong-Jin Lee, associate professor of Old Testament Studies, considered the need for new ethical frameworks amidst the shifting powers and advances of globalism. The 2015 Fuller Forum explored the themes of justice, grace, and law and how each shapes our understanding of the church’s relationship with God and the church’s ministry in the world. Joined by Fuller scholars and other guests, renowned Old Testament scholar Walter Brueggemann, featured as the conference’s keynote speaker. Author of over a hundred books, he is the William Marcellus McPheeters Professor Emeritus of Old Testament at Columbia Theological Seminary.
248 - Faith Amidst Pandemic - with Dr. Walter Brueggemann
We were thrilled to sit down with theologian Dr. Walter Brueggemann for today’s episode. Discussing his new book, “Virus as a Summons to Faith,” Dr. Brueggemann dives into the reality the world is facing with the pandemic, and what a faithful Christian response looks like. In today’s episode, he outlines his book, discusses how to read a pre-science work in a post-science world, and touches on recent events surrounding inequality, racism, and white supremacy culture. If you want to find out more about Dr. Brueggemann you can go to his website: https://www.walterbrueggemann.comAnd if you’d like to purchase his book, you can do so here: https://rb.gy/h9yy67Learn more about the VOX Podcast:www.voxpodcast.comSubscribe on iTunes - apple.co/1Lla1NjSupport the VOX Podcast on Patreon:www.patreon.com/voxpodcastFollow us on Instagram: @voxpodcastLike us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/voxpodcastFollow Mike on Twitter: www.twitter.com/mikeerreMusic in this episode by Timothy John Staffordwww.timothyjohnstafford.comInstagram & Twitter: @GoneTimothy
Walter Brueggemann - Old Testament Insights Into Current Events
Scott Herrold's SOS Radio Podcast
Is there anything new under the sun? Walter Brueggemann is a Old Testament scholar and he's has written over 100 books. He talks with Scott Herrold about what we can learn about the heart of God as... Scott Herrold is known for his interviews. He does a daily radio show on SOS Radio. This postcast is conversations about worldview, faith and culture with famous personalities.
Walter Brueggemann: Materiality as Resistance [EP-85]
Theology Curator with Kurt Willems
Subscribe via iTunes or Google Scholar Walter Brueggemann joins Kurt to discuss his new book, Materiality as Resistance. Here's what Kurt said in his endorsement: "Materiality as Resistance, if we put into practice its wise and radical vision of human flourishing, has the power to transform persons, churches, communities, and our world." Get it at Amazon: https://amzn.to/3cdcyi3 GIVE THE SHOW SOME LOVE 1) If you would be so kind to hop on iTunes (or your feed of choice) and leave The Paulcast a review there, that would be amazing. The more reviews we can get will lead to greater visibility in iTunes. And I (Kurt) LOVE reading your comments! 2) Also, please consider hitting up Theology Curator’s online tip-jar through Patreon (think Kickstarter for ongoing content creators). For $5 per month, or more, you can make a direct impact on this show. Financial partners like you really do make this all possible! Through Patreon, you make a tangible difference in this show’s sustainability and quality!