Thinking Religion 101: The Sounds of Silence


Thomas and Sam discuss the persistence of memories, Evernote, device agnosticism, web automation services and whether the Karl Barth Chatbot will take off in the near-future.

Thinking Religion 100: “The last thing I would consider myself is a theologian.”

Thomas and Sam celebrate 100 episodes and discuss Thomas’ bent towards Process Theology.

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Thinking Religion 99: It’s Hard to Put the Cat Back In the Bag

Thomas and Sam discuss Just War Theory, Karl Barth and where we go from here.

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Thinking Religion 98: The Pull of Nostalgia

Thomas and Sam discuss what makes things great. Again.

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Thinking Religion 97: Prayer Breakfast

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Thinking Religion 96

Thomas and Sam discuss Google Voice, Alexa, Evernote, and how the Democratic Party has failed voters but especially the next generation of public officials (and what we can do about it).

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Thinking Religion 94: Any Religious Left or Any Religion Left?

Thomas and Sam discuss the upcoming inauguration of Donald J. Trump as President of the United States, and what that means for the country’s religious landscape.


Thinking Religion 93: “All we have to do now is to take these lies and make them true (somehow)”

Thomas and Sam kick off the 2017 season of Thinking Religion.

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  • Sam’s January 1 “sermon”I think I realize now that the author chose to include the massacre of the infants in the nativity story of Jesus to establish not only Jesus’ claims to being the Messiah or to connect Jesus with Moses and the Exodus, but also to plant the seed that Jesus was born into a broken world that has always slaughtered innocents and still does. Jesus’ challenge to the authority of his time ended with his own slaughtering.”
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