The Irish philosopher and theologian Peter Rollins, an important voice in the emergent church movement, recently dropped in at Claremont School of Theology for an engaging evening of theological discussion in the wake of the release of his newest book, “Insurrection: To Believe is Human – To Doubt, Divine”. Fortunately for all of you, we were able to record it and make it available here.
About Peter Rollins (from his official website):
Peter Rollins is a widely sought after writer, lecturer, storyteller and public speaker. He is also the founder of ikon, a faith group that has gained an international reputation for blending live music, visual imagery, soundscapes, theatre, ritual and reflection to create what they call ‘transformance art’.
Peter gained his higher education from Queens University, Belfast and has earned degrees (with distinction) in Scholastic Philosophy (BA Hons), Political Theory (MA) and Post-Structural thought (PhD). He is currently a research associate with the Irish School of Ecumenics in Trinity College, Dublin and is the author of the much talked about How (Not) to Speak of God. His most recent work is entitled The Orthodox Heretic and Other Impossible Tales. He was born in Belfast but currently resides in Greenwich, CT and is employed by The Olson Foundation.