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Catherine Keller

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Catherine Keller, the apocalypse and why it’s not the end of the world

On the Way Podcast

We generally hear the word “apocalypse” used in histrionic or fundamentalist ways, but Dr Catherine Keller joins the podcast to affirm the hope of a theology that calls us to action. Reading the book of Revelation not as prophecy of disaster but as an “unveiling” can recall us to a sense of our responsibility in our current global crisis. In this conversation, Catherine reclaims the role of the prophet as someone who sees clearly to tell us that we can do something to change our path, affirming our role as co-creators with God and agents of hopeful possibility. Catherine Keller is a professor in Constructive Theology at the Theological School of Drew University and author of many books.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

1hr 5mins

22 Jul 2021

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Apocalyptic #ProcessParty with Catherine Keller & Jacob Erickson

Homebrewed Christianity Podcast

Get Pumped for the party – an apocalyptic #ProcessParty!! This episode is a party with two of my favorite theologians! Catherine Keller and Jacob Erickson are here to bring the zest to the people. Want to get the invite to future live streams? Sign-up for the HBC newsletter on the front page. PREVIOUS EPISODES WITH JAKE OR CATHERINE Jacob Erickson: a Theopoetics of the Earth Theological Possibilities with Catherine Keller Catherine Keller: God-ish?:Logos of Theos in a (Seriously) Uncertain Time Catherine Keller on Cloud of the Impossible Catherine Keller on Process, Poetry, & Post-Structuralism [Barrel Aged] Theology for the People: Keller, Cobb and God The Birth of God and a new JC – part 2 Keller AAR Keller-riffic + Caputo Tells Pete the “lack” is BS

1hr 29mins

29 Jun 2021

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Season 2 Bonus: Catherine Keller's Facing Apocalypse

Seven Heads, Ten Horns: The History of the Devil

This episode Travis and Klaus discuss the new book by Catherine Keller, Facing Apocalypse, and talk through the way this contemporary theologian interprets the book of Revelation in the midst of Covid 19, climate change, capitalism, and other catastrophes, while resisting the kind of interpretation ("Y2K was foreseen in the Bible!") that conservatives keep using Revelation for. Keller argues that Revelation does not mean The End but instead points to different possible endings of human exploitation of the earth that in turn may give rise to more humane and holier modes of dwelling.Catherine Keller, Facing Apocalypse: Climate, Democracy, and Other Last ChancesBook of Revelation (NRSV)

1hr 16mins

25 Jun 2021

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TheoCon: Theology in a Time of Crisis

A reflection on process theology and the pandemic.

39mins

5 Jun 2020

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EcoCiv Podcast #15 – Catherine Keller: Political Theology and Our Planetary Emergency

The EcoCiv Podcast

Jeremy Fackenthal speaks with Catherine Keller, who is professor of constructive theology at the Theological School of Drew University. Keller is a leading progressive theologian and process philosopher whose work attends to matters of social and ecological justice, postmodern philosophy, and feminist theology. She is the author of numerous books, including Face of the Deep: A…

52mins

20 Jun 2019

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EcoCiv Podcast #15 – Catherine Keller: Political Theology and Our Planetary Emergency

The EcoCiv Podcast

Jeremy Fackenthal speaks with Catherine Keller, who is professor of constructive theology at the Theological School of Drew University. Keller is a leading progressive theologian and process philosopher whose work attends to matters of social and ecological justice, postmodern philosophy, and feminist theology. She is the author of numerous books, including Face of the Deep: A…

52mins

20 Jun 2019

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Catherine Keller | Transformational Theology

The Catacombic Machine

Catherine Keller recently visited Sweden to deliver a few lectures in Betlehemskyrkan, Gothenburg. This episode is from the opening day which focused on introducing Catherine to the visitors. In the forthcoming weeks we will publish some of her lectures too. Organizers of the event Teologi som förändrar världen: Göteborgs stift, Equmeniakyrkan, Oscar Fredriks församling, Betlehemskyrkan, Sensus and Gothenburg University. Participants: KG Hammar, Petra Carlsson and Andreas Nordlander. Music by: Jonatan Bäckelie and Roma Ransom.

1hr 21mins

7 Apr 2019

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#26. Dr. Catherine Keller: Tools for Building a Better World

A Better Story

Whether you're changing out old pieces of your faith or just wanting to create a better world, you'll love the work of Catherine Keller (Drew University). Catherine sat down to talk about some of the big ideas she has explored (process theology, mysticism, politics, the environment, the apocalypse), and give us tools for exploring the sacred and building a more just, beautiful and playful world. If you enjoy our conversation, make sure to pick up one of her many books. Don't forget to head over to Theology Corner for like-minded voices, and check out Light Theory if you enjoyed the intro and outro music.

53mins

7 Aug 2018

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Episode 93: "On The Mystery" with Dr. Catherine Keller - Part 2

Brew Theology Podcast

Who's ready for Part 2 with Dr. Catherine Keller? Keller is Professor of Constructive Theology at the Theological School and Graduate School at Drew University, joins Brew Theology for a LIVE pub conversation in New Jersey regarding her book, "On the Mystery: Discerning Divinity in Process." Nate Nakao and Luke Grote from Jersey Brew Theology host this 93rd episode of the Brew Theology Podcast (Part 2 of 2). Here's a desciption of her book, below (although, the questions at the pub go in many directions in this multi-podcast event.). "With immediate impact and deep creativity, Catherine Keller offers this brief and unconventional introduction to theological thinking, especially as recast by process thought. Keller takes up theology itself as a quest for religious authenticity. Through a marvelous combination of brilliant writing, story, reflection, and unabashed questioning of old shibboleths, Keller redeems theology from its dry and predictable categories to reveal what has always been at the heart of the theological enterprise: a personal search for intellectually honest and credible ways of making sense of the loving mystery that encompasses even our confounding times." If you are a fan of this brewtastic episode and/or other Brew Theology shows, give this episode a share on the interwebs, rate Brew Theology oniTunes, etc. and give BT a brewtastic review! All 92 episodes can be found on Podbean. ///  If you'd like to support Brew Theology head over to the Brew Theology website, www.brewtheology.org and click on the Donate button. Wanna become a local partner and join the movement in your city/ town? Questions & inquiries about Brew Theology, the alliance/network, Denver community or podcast, contact Ryan Miller: ryan@brewtheology.org &/ or janel@brewtholeogy.org. /// Follow us on Facebook & Instagram (@brewtheology) & Twitter(@brew_theology) Brew Theology swag HERE. T-shirts, tanks, hoodies, V-neck's, women's, etc. all in multiple colors /// Special thanks to Dan Rosado, our BT editor! 

46mins

6 Aug 2018

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Episode 92: "On the Mystery" with Dr. Catherine Keller - Part 1

Brew Theology Podcast

Dr. Catherine Keller, Professor of Constructive Theology at the Theological School and Graduate School at Drew University, joins Brew Theology for a LIVE pub conversation in New Jersey regarding her book, "On the Mystery: Discerning Divinity in Process." Nate Nakao and Luke Grote from Jersey Brew Theology host this 92nd episode of the Brew Theology Podcast. Here's a desciption of her book, below (although, the questions at the pub go in many directions in this multi-podcast event.). "With immediate impact and deep creativity, Catherine Keller offers this brief and unconventional introduction to theological thinking, especially as recast by process thought. Keller takes up theology itself as a quest for religious authenticity. Through a marvelous combination of brilliant writing, story, reflection, and unabashed questioning of old shibboleths, Keller redeems theology from its dry and predictable categories to reveal what has always been at the heart of the theological enterprise: a personal search for intellectually honest and credible ways of making sense of the loving mystery that encompasses even our confounding times." If you are a fan of this brewtastic episode and/or other Brew Theology shows, give this episode a share on the interwebs, rate Brew Theology on iTunes, etc. and give BT a brewtastic review! All 92 episodes can be found on Podbean. ///  If you'd like to support Brew Theology head over to the Brew Theology website, www.brewtheology.org and click on the Donate button. Wanna become a local partner and join the movement in your city/ town? Questions & inquiries about Brew Theology, the alliance/network, Denver community or podcast, contact Ryan Miller: ryan@brewtheology.org &/ or janel@brewtholeogy.org. /// Follow us on Facebook & Instagram (@brewtheology) & Twitter(@brew_theology) Brew Theology swag HERE. T-shirts, tanks, hoodies, V-neck's, women's, etc. all in multiple colors /// Special thanks to Dan Rosado, our BT editor! 

55mins

30 Jul 2018

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