Public Theologians Podcast

“Theology is political language. What people think about God, Jesus Christ, and the church cannot be separated from their own social and political status in a society.” James Cone’s words from 1969 still resonate today. 

The Public Theologians podcast is a conversation with activists, academics, abolitionists and more whose faith compels them to push back against the status quo and work together for a new vision for the future.

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Phil Nellis – Sabbath, rest and slowing down (rebroadcast) Public Theologians

Rebroadcast of last year's Thanksgiving episode with Phil Nellis. We talk Abraham Heschel, Eugene Peterson, the necessity of tending to our souls, slowing down and leaning into the rhythms that Sabbath offers.  This is our last broadcast of 2021! We've got some great guests lined up for 2022! In the meantime, wander back through our old shows, check out  some other great Christian leftist podcasts (Magnificast, Faith & Capital and The Liberation Theology Podcast are a few good ones!) or…just…rest. Follow Casey's substack Rate/Review on Apple Podcasts Support us on Patreon and win a book! Music: Orbach Art: Phil Nellis — This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast.
  1. Phil Nellis – Sabbath, rest and slowing down (rebroadcast)
  2. Samuel Perry and Andrew Whitehead – Talking Christian nationalism
  3. Stolen Elections: Two Can Play this Game – From
  4. Kristy Nabhan-Warren – Meatpacking America 2
  5. Kristy Nabhan-Warren – Meat Packing America Part 1
  6. Robert P. Jones – White Too Long
  7. Obery Hendricks – Political Docetism in the Leadup to the Iraq War
  8. Biko Mandela Gray – Black Lives Matter in/of Religion
  9. Biko Mandela Gray – Unexamined Goodness
  10. Danté Stewart – Shoutin' in the Fire

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