Pub Theology on Tap Tomorrow

Jason Micheli —  December 16, 2013 — Leave a comment
PastedGraphic-1Two weeks ago we gathered at Kate’s Irish Pub in Springfield for our first installment of pub theology.
Those gathered ranged in age from 25 to however old Jurgen Moltmann Steve Larkin is.
Only 1 pastor.

Amid the sounds waitresses serving gin & tonics and appletinis, we had what one participant described as “the most authentic discussion about faith” she had ever experienced.


There is something about gather around a table of food and drink that allows everyone to lower their guard and be honest with each other.
We discussed does it mean to have “true” faith, which lead down the trail of determining what exactly “true faith” is.  We wrapped up our time together discussing whether or not all people desire to be ‘good,’ how they can achieve being good, and where faith plays into it .

We got snowed out last week.

This Tuesday at 7:00 we will resume by choosing our topics (from a beer growler) at random, so if you have a topic suggestion please submit it on Twitter to

@aumckingstowne with the #pubtheology.

Our guest pub theologian this week is Mike Stavlund, a contributor at The Hardest Question, author of A Force of Will and a teacher at Wesley Theological Seminary.

Come on out.
First round is on Teer Hardy.


Jason Micheli


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