Speaker: Amy Brown Hughes

  • (Theology) Ian McFarland – The Word Made Flesh

    Episode: Has the Chalcedonian Definition stood the test of time and theological challenge? Ian McFarland thinks so and advocates for a “Chalcedonianism without reserve” in his newest book, The Word Made […]

  • Willie Jennings – Race and Christian Theology

    Episode: In this episode, Willie James Jennings joins host Amy Hughes to talk about his The Christian Imagination: Theology and the Origins of Race ten years after its publication. This compelling work […]

  • Josh McNall – The Mosaic of Atonement

    Episode: What hath penal substitution to do with recapitulation? Or Christus Victor with moral influence? Turns out, quite a lot. Of the making of many books and ideas on atonement there […]

  • Sharon Ketcham – Reciprocal Church

    What is the relationship between the individual Christian and the community of faith? How do we navigate the pendulum swings between an overemphasis on the individual at the expense of community and an overemphasis on community at the expense of the individual? In this episode, OnScript host Amy Brown Hughes talks with her colleague Sharon Ketcham about her new book Reciprocal Church: Becoming a Community Where Faith Flourishes Beyond High School, how often we talk about faith as a "product," what theological anthropology must undergird our ecclesiology, and where hope lies in the future of the church.

  • (Theology) Fr John Behr – Origen and the Early Church, Pt 2

    Theology Track Episode: Live from Nashotah House, WI (3rd year running), here’s part 2 of our interview with Fr John Behr. Amy Brown Hughes talks with Fr John Behr about […]

  • (Theology) Fr John Behr – Origen and the Early Church, Pt1

    Theology Track Episode: Live from Nashotah House, WI (3rd year running), we’ve got a two-part interview. Amy Brown Hughes talks with Fr John Behr about Origen and all things Patristic. […]

  • Sameer Yadav – Theology, Race, and the Mystical Tradition

    In this wide-ranging episode Amy Brown Hughes talks with Sameer Yadav about the 'promiscuous' nature of theology, his book 'The Problem of Perception and the Experience of God: Toward a Theological Empiricism,' his recent work on apophaticism in the Christian mystical tradition, and race in the philosophy of religion.

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