Hello, Pub Theologians!
We are back at it on Monday night (5:30-7:00) at Life’s Too Short Brewing Co., and we are talking about the evolution of religion and faith.
Read Nicholas Kristof’s recent piece in the New York Times Sunday Review to get a head start on the conversation: nyti.ms/2cdrwXh.
See you there.
We are gathering this week, same time, same place: Monday from 5:30-7 at Life’s Too Short Brewing Co. in Rochester.
Before our time together, watch this #BibleUnplugged video Water Into Wine from the fabulous biblical storyteller Dr. Tracy Radosevic and the great people of The Slate Project Baltimore: youtu.be/orlDeUBQQDM.
Come ready to reflect.
See you at the Pub.
Come join the Pub Theology table at Life’s Too Short Brewing Company from 5:30-7:00.
If you can, read today’s article from Dr. Steve McSwain ahead of time and come ready to reflect: www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/the-day-jesus-threw-god-out-of-church_us_57d5a8eee4b0f831f707219d?
See you there.
This week, we are gathering again at LTS Brewing Co., for a Death Café facilitated by Rev. Audrey Lukasak. As we continue to work though topics as a group, I have noted that it has been important for us to create space to speak of death and dying, especially in the Rochester medical community that is often centered around healing and hope.
For a bit of info as to what this Death Café entails, check out this article from Minnesota Coaltion for Death Education and Support and this article from the Star Tribune. Other than that, there’s no preparation needed.
See you at LTS, 5:30-7.
Thanks again for the good discussion last week. We are on again at LTS Brewing Co., 5:30-7, Monday.
In preparation for this week, listen to the poem by Emily Joy entitled “Everything Must Burn” (youtu.be/7HCyl6pFvIU) from her recent album “All Prodigal Daughters and Sons”, and come ready to talk!
We are gathering again this week at LTS Brewing Co., 5:30-7, and will be talking about the lenses that we bring to interpret Scripture. Head over to girardianlectionary.net to get a feel for their particular hermeneutic (en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hermeneutics), and what it might mean for us.
If you’re feeling extra daring, or want to head into the deep end of scriptural interpretive realms, dive on in to girardianlectionary.net/reflections/year-c/proper15c to see the way these folks are thinking about today’s lectionary texts.
See you at the pub!
We aren’t meeting this week. See you on August 15th.