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Melissa Florer-Bixler: Fire By Night and the Old Testament

Torah-pen those Bibles (#BibleJokeFail), because Melissa Florer-Bixler is here to talk all about her book Fire By Night. We chat all things Old Testament, including how Christians ought to read the Old Testament and how it can transform how we live in the world. Guest Bio/Info: Melissa Florer-Bixler is a writer and pastor with degrees from Duke University and Princeton Theological Seminary. Her ministry has been featured in The Atlantic and Sojourners. She writes for Geez Magazine, Christian Century, Mennonite World Review, and The Mennonite, among others. Find Melissa here: melissaflorerbixler.com Twitter: @MelissaFloBix Instagram: melissa.florerbixler Special music by Ben Gadwah: soundcloud.com/ben-gadwah Twitter: @bengadwah Instagram: bengadwah Get connected to Mason: masonmennenga.com Patreon: patreon.com/masonmennenga Twitter: @masonmennenga Facebook: facebook.com/mason.mennenga Instagram: masonmennenga

47 MIN2019 OCT 2
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Melissa Florer-Bixler: Fire By Night and the Old Testament

Tim Burnette and Dan Rosado: Transpantheism

Be prepared to pick up brain matter, because your mind is about to be blown. Tim Burnette and Dan Rosado chat with me about transpantheism. What is it and why does it matter? Guests Bio/Info: Tim Burnette is a graduated of Claremont School of Theology and pastor of The Way Collective, a new movement in Santa Barbara, CA, and is a community for people looking to unite by living well for the common good in an increasingly divisive world. Find Tim here: Twitter: @tdburnette www.waycollective.org Dan Rosado is an electrical engineer by day and process theology purveyor by night. He also is a part of Brew Theology and is an all around great guy. Find Dan here: Twitter: @_danielrosado Special music by Comrades: wearecomrades.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/WeAreComrades Twitter: @WeAreComrades Instagram: @wearecomrades Get connected to Mason: masonmennenga.com Patreon: patreon.com/masonmennenga Twitter: @masonmennenga Facebook: facebook.com/mason.mennenga Instagram: masonmennenga

62 MIN2019 SEP 18
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Tim Burnette and Dan Rosado: Transpantheism

Laura Beth Buchleiter: Being Trans and Christian

I hope your fragile heart is ready, because you’re about to fall in love with Laura Beth Buchleiter. In this episode Laura Beth talks about what it means for her to be both transgender and Christian. We also talk about her trans journey and much more. Guest Bio/Info: Laura Beth Buchleiter is a trans Christian, author, speaker, and seminarian. Facebook: facebook.com/tlaurabethany Twitter: @laurabethanyb Special music by David Dingess: daviddingess.bandcamp.com Instagram: daviddingess Get connected to Mason: masonmennenga.com Patreon: patreon.com/masonmennenga Twitter: @masonmennenga Facebook: facebook.com/mason.mennenga Instagram: masonmennenga

55 MIN2019 SEP 4
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Laura Beth Buchleiter: Being Trans and Christian

Carolina Hinojosa-Cisneros: Theopoetics and Decolonizing Theology

Take a bow before the 2019 Rubem Alves Award winner, Carolina Hinojosa-Cisneros, as she talks about theopoetics, decolonizing theology, and her most recent chapbook, Becoming Coztōtōtl. It’s a delightful conversation with an even more delightful human being! Guest Bio/Info: Carolina Hinojosa-Cisneros is a Tejana poet, freelance writer, and speaker. She is also the 2019 Rubem Alves Award winner. Her most recent chapbook, Becoming Coztōtōtl, was released February of 2019. cisneroscafe.org Twitter: @CisnerosCafe Instagram: cisneroscafe Facebook: www.facebook.com/cisneroscafe Special music by The Bluebird Two: thebluebirdtwo.bandcamp.com Instagram: thebluebirdtwo Facebook: facebook.com/thebluebirdtwo Get connected to Mason: masonmennenga.com Patreon: patreon.com/masonmennenga Twitter: @masonmennenga Facebook: facebook.com/mason.mennenga Instagram: masonmennenga

53 MIN2019 AUG 21
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Carolina Hinojosa-Cisneros: Theopoetics and Decolonizing Theology

Anthony Mako: Postmodern Liturgy

Did someone say deconstruction? In this episode I chat with Anthony Mako about his podcasting and writing project, Postmodern Liturgy. We also chat about the emergent church, all things postmodernism, and The Sandlot. Guest Bio/Info: Anthony Mako is a musician and theologian interested in being a curator of experiences which reveal beauty. His major interests are in music, rethinking worship practices, Christian history, Eco-theology and Postmodern Theology. postmodernliturgy.com Instagram: postmodernliturgy Facebook: facebook.com/postmodernliturgy Twitter: @pmliturgy Special music by They Drove Us from The Garden: theydroveusfromthegarden.bandcamp.com Instagram: theydroveusfromthegarden Get connected to Mason: masonmennenga.com Patreon: patreon.com/masonmennenga Twitter: @masonmennenga Facebook: facebook.com/mason.mennenga Instagram: masonmennenga

57 MIN2019 AUG 7
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Anthony Mako: Postmodern Liturgy

Shelley Yael Dennis: A Political Theology of Food

Dinner’s ready and so is this episode with Dr. Shelley Yael Dennis. In this episode Dr. Dennis talks about her new book, Edible Entanglements: On a Political Theology of Food. We talk about how our theology and climate change crisis affects how we think about food. Guest Bio/Info: Shelley Yael Dennis, MD, PhD, is Faculty Chair of Health Sciences and Sustainability at Rio Salado College in Tempe, Arizona. Dr. Dennis earned her medical degree at University of Illinois at Chicago, where she witnessed the public-health impacts of food-system disparities. Intrigued by the theological implications of systemic inequalities, she went on to earn her doctorate from Drew University. Buy her book here Special music by Issadora: Spotify: Issadora Instagram: issadoraava Get connected to Mason: masonmennenga.com Patreon: patreon.com/masonmennenga Twitter: @masonmennenga Facebook: facebook.com/mason.mennenga Instagram: masonmennenga

49 MIN2019 JUL 24
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Shelley Yael Dennis: A Political Theology of Food

Edward Vidaurre: Poetry and Liberation

Wordsmiths commence! Edward Vidaurre is here to talk about his newest poetry collection, JAZzHOUSE. We also talk about location and liberation as impetuses for poetic expression. Guest Bio/Info: Edward Vidaurre is the 2018-2019 McAllen, Texas Poet Laureate and author of six collections of poetry with JAZzHOUSE being his latest. He writes from the front lines of the Mexican-American borderlands of El Valle in south Tejas and is a publisher and editor of FlowerSong Books. Find Edward here: Facebook: facebook.com/vidaurre.poet Twitter: @EdwardVidaurre Instagram: edward_vidaurre Special music by Beka: Spotify: Beka Instagram: bekapek Get connected to Mason: masonmennenga.com Patreon: patreon.com/masonmennenga Twitter: @masonmennenga Facebook: facebook.com/mason.mennenga Instagram: masonmennenga

50 MIN2019 JUL 10
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Edward Vidaurre: Poetry and Liberation

Karen Gonzalez: Immigration and the Bible

Karen Gonzalez is here to talk about her newest book, The God Who Sees: Immigrants, the Bible, and the Journey to Belong. She talks about her story as an immigrant and the stories of immigration in the Bible. Guest Bio/Info: Karen González is a speaker, writer, and immigrant advocate who works as director of human resources for World Relief. An immigrant from Guatemala, González studied at Fuller Theological Seminary. She has worked in the nonprofit world for more than ten years and is a former public school teacher. González, who lives in Baltimore, has written about spiritual formation, Latinx identity, race, gender, the Enneagram, and immigration. Her work has been published in Sojourners, Christ and Pop Culture, Faithfully Magazine, and Mutuality Magazine. Find Karen here: karen-gonzalez.com Twitter: @_karengonzalez Instagram: _karengonzalez Special music by Jelani: Spotify: Jelani Instagram: iamjelani Twitter: @iamjelani Get connected to Mason: masonmennenga.com Patreon: pat...

49 MIN2019 JUN 26
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Karen Gonzalez: Immigration and the Bible

Grace Ji-Sun Kim: The Holy Spirit

Prepared to be descended upon, because Dr. Grace Ji-Sun Kim is here to chat about the Spirit. We chat about her book, The Homebrewed Christianity Guide to the Holy Spirit: Hand-Raisers, Han, and the Holy Ghost and all things pneumatology. Guest Bio/Info: Grace Ji-Sun Kim is a Korean American theologian. Her many books include The Homebrewed Christianity Guide to the Holy Spirit: Hand-Raisers, Han, and the Holy Ghost (2018), Mother Daughter Speak (2017), and Embracing the Other (2015). She holds a PhD in systematic theology from the University of Toronto and is an associate professor of theology at Earlham School of Religion in Richmond, Indiana. She is an ordained minister in the Presbyterian Church (USA). Find Grace here: Twitter: @Gracejisunkim Instagram: gracejisunkim Facebook: facebook.com/gracejisunkim Special music by Jack Droppers and the Best Intentions: jackdroppersandthebestintentions.bandcamp.com Spotify: Jack Droppers and the Best Intentions Facebook: facebook.com/JDandT...

56 MIN2019 JUN 12
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Grace Ji-Sun Kim: The Holy Spirit

Michael Wright: Faith and Art

Take a swig of your creative juice, because Michael Wright is here to chat about the intersection of faith and art. Michael and I converse about how art can foster theological formation, the relationship the church has with the art world, and how art can be a liberating force in the world. Guest Bio/Info: Michael Wright is the content developer of the Brehm Center and creator of the newsletter, Still Life. He also lectures on spirituality, facilitates poetry spiritual formation groups, and has taught courses on faith and art. Find Michael here: Twitter: @mjeffreywright Still Life newsletter: tinyletter.com/still-life Special music by: Naïvety naivety.bandcamp.com Instagram: naivetymn Facebook: facebook.com/naivetymn Get connected to Mason: masonmennenga.com Patreon: patreon.com/masonmennenga Twitter: @masonmennenga Facebook: facebook.com/mason.mennenga Instagram: masonmennenga

55 MIN2019 MAY 29
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Michael Wright: Faith and Art

Latest Episodes

Melissa Florer-Bixler: Fire By Night and the Old Testament

Torah-pen those Bibles (#BibleJokeFail), because Melissa Florer-Bixler is here to talk all about her book Fire By Night. We chat all things Old Testament, including how Christians ought to read the Old Testament and how it can transform how we live in the world. Guest Bio/Info: Melissa Florer-Bixler is a writer and pastor with degrees from Duke University and Princeton Theological Seminary. Her ministry has been featured in The Atlantic and Sojourners. She writes for Geez Magazine, Christian Century, Mennonite World Review, and The Mennonite, among others. Find Melissa here: melissaflorerbixler.com Twitter: @MelissaFloBix Instagram: melissa.florerbixler Special music by Ben Gadwah: soundcloud.com/ben-gadwah Twitter: @bengadwah Instagram: bengadwah Get connected to Mason: masonmennenga.com Patreon: patreon.com/masonmennenga Twitter: @masonmennenga Facebook: facebook.com/mason.mennenga Instagram: masonmennenga

47 MIN2019 OCT 2
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Melissa Florer-Bixler: Fire By Night and the Old Testament

Tim Burnette and Dan Rosado: Transpantheism

Be prepared to pick up brain matter, because your mind is about to be blown. Tim Burnette and Dan Rosado chat with me about transpantheism. What is it and why does it matter? Guests Bio/Info: Tim Burnette is a graduated of Claremont School of Theology and pastor of The Way Collective, a new movement in Santa Barbara, CA, and is a community for people looking to unite by living well for the common good in an increasingly divisive world. Find Tim here: Twitter: @tdburnette www.waycollective.org Dan Rosado is an electrical engineer by day and process theology purveyor by night. He also is a part of Brew Theology and is an all around great guy. Find Dan here: Twitter: @_danielrosado Special music by Comrades: wearecomrades.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/WeAreComrades Twitter: @WeAreComrades Instagram: @wearecomrades Get connected to Mason: masonmennenga.com Patreon: patreon.com/masonmennenga Twitter: @masonmennenga Facebook: facebook.com/mason.mennenga Instagram: masonmennenga

62 MIN2019 SEP 18
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Tim Burnette and Dan Rosado: Transpantheism

Laura Beth Buchleiter: Being Trans and Christian

I hope your fragile heart is ready, because you’re about to fall in love with Laura Beth Buchleiter. In this episode Laura Beth talks about what it means for her to be both transgender and Christian. We also talk about her trans journey and much more. Guest Bio/Info: Laura Beth Buchleiter is a trans Christian, author, speaker, and seminarian. Facebook: facebook.com/tlaurabethany Twitter: @laurabethanyb Special music by David Dingess: daviddingess.bandcamp.com Instagram: daviddingess Get connected to Mason: masonmennenga.com Patreon: patreon.com/masonmennenga Twitter: @masonmennenga Facebook: facebook.com/mason.mennenga Instagram: masonmennenga

55 MIN2019 SEP 4
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Laura Beth Buchleiter: Being Trans and Christian

Carolina Hinojosa-Cisneros: Theopoetics and Decolonizing Theology

Take a bow before the 2019 Rubem Alves Award winner, Carolina Hinojosa-Cisneros, as she talks about theopoetics, decolonizing theology, and her most recent chapbook, Becoming Coztōtōtl. It’s a delightful conversation with an even more delightful human being! Guest Bio/Info: Carolina Hinojosa-Cisneros is a Tejana poet, freelance writer, and speaker. She is also the 2019 Rubem Alves Award winner. Her most recent chapbook, Becoming Coztōtōtl, was released February of 2019. cisneroscafe.org Twitter: @CisnerosCafe Instagram: cisneroscafe Facebook: www.facebook.com/cisneroscafe Special music by The Bluebird Two: thebluebirdtwo.bandcamp.com Instagram: thebluebirdtwo Facebook: facebook.com/thebluebirdtwo Get connected to Mason: masonmennenga.com Patreon: patreon.com/masonmennenga Twitter: @masonmennenga Facebook: facebook.com/mason.mennenga Instagram: masonmennenga

53 MIN2019 AUG 21
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Carolina Hinojosa-Cisneros: Theopoetics and Decolonizing Theology

Anthony Mako: Postmodern Liturgy

Did someone say deconstruction? In this episode I chat with Anthony Mako about his podcasting and writing project, Postmodern Liturgy. We also chat about the emergent church, all things postmodernism, and The Sandlot. Guest Bio/Info: Anthony Mako is a musician and theologian interested in being a curator of experiences which reveal beauty. His major interests are in music, rethinking worship practices, Christian history, Eco-theology and Postmodern Theology. postmodernliturgy.com Instagram: postmodernliturgy Facebook: facebook.com/postmodernliturgy Twitter: @pmliturgy Special music by They Drove Us from The Garden: theydroveusfromthegarden.bandcamp.com Instagram: theydroveusfromthegarden Get connected to Mason: masonmennenga.com Patreon: patreon.com/masonmennenga Twitter: @masonmennenga Facebook: facebook.com/mason.mennenga Instagram: masonmennenga

57 MIN2019 AUG 7
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Anthony Mako: Postmodern Liturgy

Shelley Yael Dennis: A Political Theology of Food

Dinner’s ready and so is this episode with Dr. Shelley Yael Dennis. In this episode Dr. Dennis talks about her new book, Edible Entanglements: On a Political Theology of Food. We talk about how our theology and climate change crisis affects how we think about food. Guest Bio/Info: Shelley Yael Dennis, MD, PhD, is Faculty Chair of Health Sciences and Sustainability at Rio Salado College in Tempe, Arizona. Dr. Dennis earned her medical degree at University of Illinois at Chicago, where she witnessed the public-health impacts of food-system disparities. Intrigued by the theological implications of systemic inequalities, she went on to earn her doctorate from Drew University. Buy her book here Special music by Issadora: Spotify: Issadora Instagram: issadoraava Get connected to Mason: masonmennenga.com Patreon: patreon.com/masonmennenga Twitter: @masonmennenga Facebook: facebook.com/mason.mennenga Instagram: masonmennenga

49 MIN2019 JUL 24
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Shelley Yael Dennis: A Political Theology of Food

Edward Vidaurre: Poetry and Liberation

Wordsmiths commence! Edward Vidaurre is here to talk about his newest poetry collection, JAZzHOUSE. We also talk about location and liberation as impetuses for poetic expression. Guest Bio/Info: Edward Vidaurre is the 2018-2019 McAllen, Texas Poet Laureate and author of six collections of poetry with JAZzHOUSE being his latest. He writes from the front lines of the Mexican-American borderlands of El Valle in south Tejas and is a publisher and editor of FlowerSong Books. Find Edward here: Facebook: facebook.com/vidaurre.poet Twitter: @EdwardVidaurre Instagram: edward_vidaurre Special music by Beka: Spotify: Beka Instagram: bekapek Get connected to Mason: masonmennenga.com Patreon: patreon.com/masonmennenga Twitter: @masonmennenga Facebook: facebook.com/mason.mennenga Instagram: masonmennenga

50 MIN2019 JUL 10
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Edward Vidaurre: Poetry and Liberation

Karen Gonzalez: Immigration and the Bible

Karen Gonzalez is here to talk about her newest book, The God Who Sees: Immigrants, the Bible, and the Journey to Belong. She talks about her story as an immigrant and the stories of immigration in the Bible. Guest Bio/Info: Karen González is a speaker, writer, and immigrant advocate who works as director of human resources for World Relief. An immigrant from Guatemala, González studied at Fuller Theological Seminary. She has worked in the nonprofit world for more than ten years and is a former public school teacher. González, who lives in Baltimore, has written about spiritual formation, Latinx identity, race, gender, the Enneagram, and immigration. Her work has been published in Sojourners, Christ and Pop Culture, Faithfully Magazine, and Mutuality Magazine. Find Karen here: karen-gonzalez.com Twitter: @_karengonzalez Instagram: _karengonzalez Special music by Jelani: Spotify: Jelani Instagram: iamjelani Twitter: @iamjelani Get connected to Mason: masonmennenga.com Patreon: pat...

49 MIN2019 JUN 26
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Karen Gonzalez: Immigration and the Bible

Grace Ji-Sun Kim: The Holy Spirit

Prepared to be descended upon, because Dr. Grace Ji-Sun Kim is here to chat about the Spirit. We chat about her book, The Homebrewed Christianity Guide to the Holy Spirit: Hand-Raisers, Han, and the Holy Ghost and all things pneumatology. Guest Bio/Info: Grace Ji-Sun Kim is a Korean American theologian. Her many books include The Homebrewed Christianity Guide to the Holy Spirit: Hand-Raisers, Han, and the Holy Ghost (2018), Mother Daughter Speak (2017), and Embracing the Other (2015). She holds a PhD in systematic theology from the University of Toronto and is an associate professor of theology at Earlham School of Religion in Richmond, Indiana. She is an ordained minister in the Presbyterian Church (USA). Find Grace here: Twitter: @Gracejisunkim Instagram: gracejisunkim Facebook: facebook.com/gracejisunkim Special music by Jack Droppers and the Best Intentions: jackdroppersandthebestintentions.bandcamp.com Spotify: Jack Droppers and the Best Intentions Facebook: facebook.com/JDandT...

56 MIN2019 JUN 12
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Grace Ji-Sun Kim: The Holy Spirit

Michael Wright: Faith and Art

Take a swig of your creative juice, because Michael Wright is here to chat about the intersection of faith and art. Michael and I converse about how art can foster theological formation, the relationship the church has with the art world, and how art can be a liberating force in the world. Guest Bio/Info: Michael Wright is the content developer of the Brehm Center and creator of the newsletter, Still Life. He also lectures on spirituality, facilitates poetry spiritual formation groups, and has taught courses on faith and art. Find Michael here: Twitter: @mjeffreywright Still Life newsletter: tinyletter.com/still-life Special music by: Naïvety naivety.bandcamp.com Instagram: naivetymn Facebook: facebook.com/naivetymn Get connected to Mason: masonmennenga.com Patreon: patreon.com/masonmennenga Twitter: @masonmennenga Facebook: facebook.com/mason.mennenga Instagram: masonmennenga

55 MIN2019 MAY 29
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Michael Wright: Faith and Art
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