God Complex Radio
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A weekly Progressive Christian pocast from co-hosts Carol Howard Merritt (tribalchurch.org) and Bruce Reyes-Chow (reyes-chow.com).
||CleanMelvin Bray: Better-Waking Up to Who We Could Be||Melvin Bray is an Emmy® award-winning storyteller, writer, educator and social entrepreneur embedded with his wife and three kids in the West End neighborhood of Southwest Atlanta. He is an active member of several vanguard networks working to cultivate||3/25/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanMeredith Gould: Desperately Seeking Spirituality||Didn’t get everything you wanted for Christmas? How about this special GCR podcast with Meredith Gould? Join Derrick and Carol as they chat with Meredith about her book “Desperately Seeking Spirituality” about spirituality through the lenses of||12/27/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanNorman Wirzba: Way of Love||Carol is joined by Norman Wirzba, Duke University professor of Theology and Ecology and author of “Way of Love: Recovering the Heart of Christianity.” The pioneering scholar and author of Food and Faith and Living the Sabbath asserts that Christiani||12/2/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanC Christopher Smith: Reading for the Common Good||We have been created to live and work in community. But all too often we see ourselves primarily as individuals and run the risk of working at cross-purposes with the organizations we serve. Living faithfully in a neighborhood involves two interwoven thre||10/24/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanBruce Reyes-Chow: Dont Be An Asshat||Join us as we chat with GCR co-founder and eternal-friend-of-the-show Bruce Reyes-Chow about the new book on parenting he has written with his wife, Robin Pugh. After a friend’s impassioned Facebook plea to the parents of the world, Robin and Bruce||7/10/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanAndrew Taylor-Troutman: Parables of Parenthood||Producer Rob Dyer unleashes this special 2015 season preview episode. Derrick interviews author, pastor, and parent Andrew Taylor-Troutman about his book “Parables of Parenthood: Interpreting the Gospels with Family.” Andrew invites us to br||5/14/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanTeresa Pasquale Mateus: Sacred Wounds||Teresa B Pasquale, LCSW, E-RYT 200 wears many hats including: author, trauma specialist, educator, trainer, yoga teacher, “crooked mystic,” contemplative-actioner bringing mindfulness and healing into action and activist contexts, and a medita||5/14/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanDrew Hart: Changing the Way the Church Views Racism||Derrick interviews Drew Hart on the church’s view of racism followed by Carol and Derrick reflecting together. Drew Hart is a writer, speaker, and PhD candidate in theology and ethics with ten years of pastoral ministry experience. Regularly speaking||3/11/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanFranklyn Schaefer: Defrocked||Rev. Frank Schaefer is an ordained minister in the United Methodist Church where he ministered for 20 years (in the Eastern Pennsylvania Conference) when, in 2013, he was tried by a highly publicized United Methodist church court for officiating at his so||9/11/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanKate Foster Connors: The Center||God Complex Radio is back with Rev. Kate Foster Connors, Director of The Center in Baltimore. The Center envisions neighborhoods transformed by congregations engaged in the justice-seeking, compassionate, and reconciling work of Jesus Christ. Through||8/5/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
Witty, Challenging, Forward-Thinking Christianity
I am a Presbyterian pastor serving an amazing congregation in glorious Mt. Vernon, IL. I have been listening to The God Complex Radio Show since they started on Blog Talk Radio. Each week, God Complex was my Monday morning oasis of witty, challenging, and forward-thinking Christianity. Now in pure podcast form, the show offers a refined, best-of version of its former self. I am encouraged to know that within the mainline denominations we have this kind of reflection going on. As Bruce and Carol bring their unique talents to the conversation, they introduce us to thinkers and doers from all over the spectrum of "being the Church." These are the kinds of conversations that we should be having at all levels of the Church, across all denominations and "non-denominations." What a great listen and discuss resource for adult classes or small groups! This is worth making the time in your week. If you have a conflict or barrier to listening to the God Complex... you better get over it.
This is a radio show like no other. Fascinating topics, great guests, and thought provoking dialogue.
fantastic... simply fantastic
dealing with the complexities of modern religion with honesty, humor, and intelligence. the perfect response to 'ask the preacher'