Once again, we’re meeting at Forge Brew Works.
You can find them on Facebook too, here.
It’s just off the Fairfax County Parkway on Terminal Road. You can find directions here.
This week our Pub Theologian in Residence is Dr. Kendall Soulen, who teaches theology at Wesley Theological Seminary in Washington, D.C.
His work has focused in particular on Judaism and Jewish-Christian relations. His book The God of Israel and Christian Theology is one of the most powerful books I’ve read; it’s argument is the spine of my sermon ‘The 614 Commandment’ which you can listen to on the sidebar.
His other books include Abraham’s Promise (coedited with Michael Wyschogrod) and, most recently, The Divine Name(s) and the Holy Trinity.
Different from weeks’ past, I’ll begin this Pub Theology by interviewing Dr. Soulen and hopefully my questions for him will trigger some of your own.
To wet your whistle, here’s a couple of videos of Kendall in action.
So come on out tomorrow night- you won’t be sorry