I started Crackers and Grape Juice upon returning from medical leave, wanting to commit myself to doing a better job staying in touch with friends like Teer Hardy. We’ve since spawned two other podcasts (Strangely Warmed and Hermeneutics) and we’re nearing our 150th episode.
We’re in the midst of scheduling our guests for 2018.
We’re also planning a live podcast in Durham with Stanley Hauerwas and Will Willimon in March in partnership with our friends at Homebrewed Christianity.
If you’ve got suggestions for us, throw them my way. Here’s a taster of the interviews we’ve got coming your way in ’18:
James KA Smith – Awaiting the Kingdom
Charles Matthewes- White Evangelicalism has a Problem
Sarah Condon- Low Anthropology and Grace
Mark Galli of Christianity Today – Karl Barth for Evangelicals
Patton Dodd of The Atlantic – Struggling Communities and Supporting Churches
Jennifer Powell McNutt – People’s Book: The Bible According to the Reformation
Joseph Mitchell – Identity Politics
Kerry Boyd Anderson – Understanding the Middle East
David Zahl – Law and Grace
Chad Bird- Your God is Too Glorious
Tony Jones – Reverend Hunter
Angela Denker – Red State Christians: Meet the Voters Who Elected Trump
Mark Lilla – Once and Future Liberal
John Barclay – Paul and the Gift
Andy Crouch – The Tech Wise Family
Steven Paulson – Theology of the Cross
Cleophus Larue – Black Preaching
Tommie Marshall – Backsliding
Lori Erickson – Holy Rover: Journeys in Search of Mystery, Miracles, and God.
Chaim Saiman – The Spiritual But Not Religious Star Wars
Dyron Daughrity – Global Christianity
Rozella Haydée White – Theology for the People
returning friends Dr. Eric Hall, Tom Lynch, David Fitch,