Podcast: A Conversation with Homebrewed Christianity’s Tripp Fuller

Podcast: A Conversation with Homebrewed Christianity’s Tripp Fuller September 26, 2017

By Andy Hale 

“For far too long, we have outsourced our theological and critical thinking to experts,” said Tripp Fuller, creator and host of the number one theology podcast, Homebrewed Christianity. “And now the questions the experts were wrestling with in the 19th century are now the questions that every Christian plumber and teacher are asking today.”

Homebrewed Christianity was created to give Christ’ followers the theological space, with the proper ingredients, and the opportunity to think critically for one’s self.

Our conversation centers on the necessity for theological dialogue across the divide of opposing philosophical views and the necessity of the church to equip Jesus’ followers to think critically and theologically.

Tripp is a graduate of Campbell University, in the metropolis of Buies Creek N.C., Wake Forest Divinity School, and Claremont University Ph.D. program.

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This podcast episode is brought to you by Campbell University Youth Theological Institute, CBF ChurchWorks, and CBF Reference and Referral.

Andy Hale leads Church Starts Initiative of the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship. Hale is a CBF church starter who serves as pastor of Mosaic of Clayton in Clayton, N.C. Follow on Twitter @haleandy

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