About Bryan Berghoef

Bryan Berghoef is a pastor, writer, and pub theologian (meaning his best thoughts occur with pint in hand, or his best pints occur with thought in mind – or something like that). His interests are found at the intersection of theology with history, language, literature, culture, the arts, politics, and music – though he admits his greatest passion is studying the original context of the ancient text of the Bible. You can read more of Bryan’s writings at pubtheologian.com.

Pub Theology, Part III: An (Un)Safe Place

This is the third in a series on Bryan Berghoef’s new book, Pub Theology: Beer, Conversation, and God. Read the first and second post here and here. Excerpt from Chapter 6: An (Un)Safe Place Many of us who have spent some time at these pub discussions over the last several years have found that when we open ourselves [Read More…]

Pub Theology, Part II: A Story of Two Tables

This is the second in a series of excerpts from Bryan Berghoef’s new book, Pub Theology: Beer, Conversation, and God. Read the first post here. Continued from Chapter 4: A Story of Two Tables The question was posed: “Is it more important to do the right things, or believe the right things?” Nearly everyone at [Read More…]