My Pub Interview with Dr. Kendall Soulen

Jason Micheli —  February 27, 2014 — 1 Comment

I’ve served notice on the guys at Homebrewed Christianity. Thanks to logistical wizardy of Teer Hardy (Ryan to my Michael Scott) we’ve started to do a weekly podcast here at Tamed Cynic.

We kicked things off last week with an interview with the peculiar prophet, Bishop Will Willimon. Check it out here if you missed it.

Today we’ve got a live Pub Theology interview I did with Dr Kendall Soulen at Forge Brew Works.  Kendall-Soulen

Kendall Soulen is one of the most significant theologians the United Methodist Church can claim as our own. You can find his books here. I highly recommend his book on the Trinity and think any pastor is irresponsible if they don’t own a copy of the God of Israel and Christian Theology.

After a bedroom voice intro by Teer Hardy, the Pub Interview lasts about 45 minutes with another 45 of Q/A from the crowd. Be sure to listen to Kendall answer the 10 Questions at the end, my theologically spin on James Lipton’s questions from the Actors Studio.

If you like what you hear, come out to future Pub Theology events.

Be on the lookout for the next installments of the podcast.

We’ve got Stanley HauerwasThomas Lynch and Brian Blount in the queue.

You can listen to the Soulen interview here below in the ‘Listen’ widget on the sidebar.

You can also download it in iTunes here.

Better yet, download the free mobile app here.

Jason Micheli


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