Patchwork Redemption: Suffering and Joy in Racial Perspective, “How can you know flourishing if you don't understand loss? The Ministry Collaborative 235 Ponce de Leon Place A couple years ago, when the Century asked some leading theologians to name five "essential theology books of the past 25 years," J. Kameron Carter's Race: A Theological Account (Oxford University Press, 2008) was one of the few books mentioned more than once and the only one that was … Other options New and used from $42.59. https://themester.indiana.edu/news-events/podcasts/2020/index.html Rejoicing in Lament: J. Todd Billings on Life with Christ and Terminal Cancer, Dr. J. Todd Billings is the Gordon H. Girod research professor of reformed theology at Western Theological Seminary and an ordained minister in the Reformed Church in America. Posted on August 19, 2020 in Podcasts Authored by Mark Ramsey Mark Ramsey Executive Director Mark Ramsey speaks with writer/scholar Dr. J. Kameron Carter (Professor of Religious Studies at Indiana University-Bloomington) on what the Underground Railroad and Dietrich Bonhoeffer can teach us about faithfully confronting the challenges of 2020. Listen to this episode from The Ministry Collaborative Podcast on Spotify. Get it as soon as Tue, Dec 8. Baylor University's Ralph Wood on the monstrosity of humanity, the goodness of God, finding grace and hope along the dark terrain of human history, all through the lens of literature and faith. )famous pond case applied to relief efforts, an exploration of lament, Pope Francis on the globalization of…, Krista Tippett on Public Life, Social Humility, and the Religious Other. For The Table subscribers only: Sign up for "Charting a Course Through Grief". Theologian Kelly Kapic reflects on theology and biography, lament, finitude and the human body, and the meaning of hope in the context of pain. He works in black studies (African American and African Diaspora studies), using theological and religious studies concepts, critical theory, and increasingly poetry in doing so. What happens when our view of self is too low or too high? In this conversation, theologian J. Kameron Carter comments on racial injustice in America, the nature of suffering, and the unkillable, vibrant life of Jesus the slave. The Table is a publication of the Biola University Center for Christian Thought. Theologian Stanley Hauerwas on death, love, suffering, mental disability, the American church, and what it means to him to be a Christian. Dr. Carter is Associate Professor of Systematic Theology and BlackChurch Studies at Duke Divinity School. You're So Vain: Rebecca Konyndyk DeYoung on Vainglory and Glittering Vices. Because he reads these times as urgent. Radical Un-Selfing: Kent Dunnington on Christian Humility and Dependence on God, Philosopher Kent Dunnington suggests Christian humility is nothing less than "radical un-selfing. A Christmas Podcast: Evan Rosa interviews analytic theologian Oliver Crisp on the Incarnation of Christ, and how we can learn from the Incarnation about what it is to be human. J. Kameron Carter Carter was a consultant for and contributed a paper to the Lived Theology and Race Workgroup meeting one . J. Kameron Carter does theology with urgency. Defiant Hope: Kelly Kapic on Lament, Finitude, Community, and the Cross. Tuesday, September 6, 2011 ~ Adam Kotsko. Moore was dubbed by then-Presidential candidate Donald Trump on…, The Joyous Dance of Humility and Magnanimity: Jennifer Herdt on Virtue and Joy, How shall we approach seemingly opposing virtues of humility and magnanimity? Humility and Ambition in Politics, Leadership, and Life, "Do nothing out of selfish ambition or vain conceit, but in humility consider others better than yourselves." Lewis and mythology. Evan Rosa interviews Krista Tippett host of On Being and author of Becoming Wise on humility, mystery, and self-knowledge. Philosopher Rebecca Konyndyk DeYoung, "Queen of the Vices", discusses soul care and excavating the heart of pride, vainglory, and other glittering vices. Our guest today, Thomas J. Oord, has spent the last two decades thinking about the theology, science, and…, No Man’s Land: Diane Glancy on Identity, Voicelessness, and Living in the In-Between, Diane Glancy, an American poet, author, and playwright of Cherokee descent has come to embrace the experience of liminality — feeling caught in the margins, living constantly in the "in-between". Hardcover $42.94 $ 42. ER: I’m Evan Rosa, and you’re listening to The Table Audio, a podcast about seeking Christian wisdom for life’s big questions. Acclaimed author and speaker Os Guinness on the timeless topics of covenantal love, evil, suffering, political life in modern America, public discourse, death, legacy, and the character of God. How can you know liberation if you don't understand what it's like to have your freedom taken away? Why? ", Try Some Courage: Stanley Hauerwas on Death, Church, America, Suffering, and Love. Evan Rosa introduces The Table Audio, featuring sneak peeks of upcoming podcast guests and a little bit behind why we do what we do. ‎The ChurchNext Podcast is the audio ministry of ChurchNext: we produce online learning experiences that shape disciples Founded in Detroit, ChurchNext launched in August 2013 with 28 online classes on various aspects of faith. Posts navigation. Biola University's Center for Christian Thought is supported by generous grants from: © 1996-2020 Biola University, Inc. All Rights Reserved. His life changed in 2012 when he was diagnosed with an incurable…, Os Guinness on Covenantal Love, Unspeakable Evil, and Being American Now. Descent to Ascent: Jessica Hooten Wilson on Saints, Martyrs, Icons, and Heroes, Jessica Hooten Wilson on her love for the saints and the concept of writing and reading saints lives as a moral, spiritual, and aesthetic task. Carter shows how “the discourse of theology aided and abetted the processes by which “man” came to be viewed as a modern, racial being. Monday, July 4, 2011 Monday, July 4, 2011 ~ Adam Kotsko ~ 2 Comments. He also lectured on the topic of “Constructive Christian Theology after the Holocaust” as part of a Project lecture series entitled Theology and The Third Reich. The Psychology of Gratitude: Robert Emmons on How Saying Thanks Makes You Happier. Here, we reflect with Diane on finding meaning, identity, and voice…, Jesus, Stab Me in the Heart! Drawing on the tools and resources of religious studies, philosophical and political theology, and aesthetics, he works in black studies with attention on the theory and practice of blackness. J. Kameron Carter on Black Poetics + In this episode of “Conversing,” theologian and writer J. Kameron Carter discusses the complex interplay between racial logic and theology. A Catholic nun who befriended a death row inmate and witnessed his execution, Sr. Helen brings us into her mission of standing with…, Fighting the Noonday Demon: Kathleen Norris on Acedia, Boredom, and Desert Spirituality, A spiritual riddle to the modern mind: A desert monk burns all of his baskets as a means of fighting off the so-called “Noonday Demon.” Evan Rosa interviews celebrated writer Kathleen Norris, author of The Cloisterwalk, Amazing Grace: A Vocabulary…, Emmanuel Katongole & Tyler Wigg-Stevenson, Inventive Love, Locality, and Slacktivism (Emmanuel Katongole, Tyler Wigg-Stevenson), What is love's response to suffering? What is Love? Our free 4-week, 8-lesson ecourse on navigating the pain of loss... What Happens When We Die: What We Are and What We Will Become. Associate Professor of Theology, English, and African American Studies, Duke Divinity School. : Jessica Hooten Wilson on the Gospel According to Flannery O'Connor, Flannery O'Connor is an American novelist, essayist, and short-story writer known for her sardonic Southern Gothic style with grotesque characters and violent scenes. Lewis. J. Kameron Carter is Associate Professor of Systematic Theology and Black Church Studies at Duke University. But as Tyler Wigg-Stevenson suggests, the danger of lowering that bar is to cut out the costliness…, Global Indifference & the Mothers of Invention (feat. Krista Tippett on Humility, Mystery, and Self-Knowledge. Our guest today, Jessica Hooten Wilson, is a Flannery O'Connor expert and is currently preparing O'Connor's unfinished…, For God and Country: Russell Moore on Love and Humility in American Politics, In October 2016 just prior to the Presidential Election, we interviewed Dr. Russell Moore—an Evangelical ethicist, theologian, and preacher who has been named one of the top 50 influence-makers in Washington. I plan on starting our book event tomorrow, but you can get yourself into a Jay Carter mood by reading his meditation on the Fourth of July. J. Kameron Carter works at the intersection of questions of race and the current ecological ravaging of the earth. Spoiler: no! by J. Kameron Carter | Sep 2, 2008. Developed by Black Bear Design, Fugitivity: A Conversation with J. Kameron Carter. FREE Shipping by Amazon. Executive Director Mark Ramsey speaks with writer/scholar Dr. J. Kameron Carter (Professor of Religious Studies at Indiana University-Bloomington) on what the Underground Railroad and Dietrich Bonhoeffer can teach us about faithfully confronting the challenges of 2020. Jacobs led a relatively privileged life, for a slave in North Carolina. View Podcast Kelly M. Kapic Duke Professor J. Kameron Carter uses films Avatar and District 9 to investigate whether America is truly a postracial culture. Easy, mediated solidarity? Tom Crisp, Emmanuel Katongole), Evan Rosa interviews Tom Crisp and Emmanuel Katongole in this first installment of a two-part series on love's response to suffering. J. Kameron Carter on the Fourth of July. This item is available to borrow from 1 library branch. J. P. Moreland argues for the existence of the soul, working from considerations at the intersection of the philosophy of mind, consciousness, and neuroscience. And so for Christians, the greatest thing for human being is not character development. Prof. Carter teaches courses in both theology and black church studies. The following is the third of a three-part series. Thomas J. Oord on the Mystery and Definition of Love, What is love? But Christians are called to be HUMBLE. J. Kameron Carter Abstract. His research focuses on issues of race and religion in modern American life. J. Kameron Carter is Professor of Religious Studies at Indiana University Bloomington. ", Unshackling the Imagination: J. Kameron Carter on Structural Injustice, Misery and Melancholy, and the Theology of Race. Featuring the (in? Psychologist Robert Emmons on the positive effects of gratitude on subjective well-being (that is, happiness). Newer posts. Do veridical near-death experiences prove the existence of the soul? Surfing on God: Peter Kreeft on Surfing, Science, Sanctification, and C.S. The first can be found here, the second here. It's loving personal relationship. Podcasts; Webinars; Events; Support; Contact; J Kameron Carter. Only 17 left in stock (more on the way). These days, we’re all activists. Sr. Helen offers stories and reflections of grace, love, and the ethics of the death penalty. Behind CT’s Editorial Is a Crisis of America’s Religion of Whiteness J. Kameron Carter Dr. J. Kameron Carter, associate professor of Theology & Black Church Studies at Duke University Divinity School, delivered the Swander lecture Dec. 4, 2014, speaking about issues of race, justice and the so-called post-racial period and the recent protests over the police killings of Michael Brown and Eric Garner. In this conversation, theologian J. Kameron Carter discusses the black experience of a structurally anti-black world; the meaning of belonging and communion; how race factors in America's struggle for belonging to each other; the difference between black misery and white melancholy; and the presumption of comfort and alleviation of suffering that whiteness assumes. For something so familiar to the human experience, love is notoriously difficult to define and even harder to embody. Dr. Carter's book is entitled Race: A Theological Account, published by Oxford University Press in 2008. Antinomian Spirit as Christian Supremacy Both before nomos and therefore its condition of enactment, the flesh names the undercurrent of living resistance… Standing in the Fissures: Miroslav Volf on Theology, Memory, Reconciliation, and the Self. Arguing that at the root of modern racial thinking is the effort to constitute Western identity as overcoming its internal, Oriental Other, the Jews, in Race: A Theological Account this book engages this problem for what it is: a theological problem. In this conversation, theologian J. Kameron Carter comments on racial injustice in America, the nature of suffering, and the unkillable, vibrant life of Jesus the slave. In…, And the Soul Felt Its Worth, or, Why Christmas Is Weirder Than You Think, Or, Why Christmas Is Weirder Than You Think. J. Kameron Carter is a professor of religious studies at Indiana University. Earlier this week, fired Dallas police officer Amber R. Guyger, who is white, received a sentence of 10 years in prison for the murder of an unarmed black man, Botham Shem Jean. (Philippians 2:3) Leaders have AMBITION—a passion for accomplishment and a drive to make a difference. No. Dr. Wolterstorff reflects on his own loss,…, Dead Man Walking: Sister Helen Prejean on Grace, Justice, and Death Row, Sister Helen Prejean tells her story of how grace awakened her to be a champion of justice. Kindle $37.67 $ 37. Professor of Christian Ethics Jennifer Herdt discusses the balancing act between what St. Thomas Aquinas penned…, Lament for a Son: Nicholas Wolterstorff on Grief and Suffering, Renowned philosopher Nicholas Wolterstorff talks to us about his only non-philosophical published work, Lament for a Son—an expression of profound grief written in the wake of his son Eric's untimely death in 1983. Associate Professor of Theology, English, and African American Studies, Duke Divinity School. Giving thanks is more than a holiday; it can change your life. Introduction - Seeking Christian Wisdom for Life's Big Questions (Season 1, Episode 1). A special Thanksgiving episode. Since then, more than 25,000 people from … This book event has gone on much longer than I anticipated, and now we are obviously in the midst of the beginning of the school year. He is interested in what these intertwined issues have to do with the modern world, generally, and with America (or rather the Americas), more specifically, as a unique religious situation or phenomenon. The item Race : a theological account, J. Kameron Carter represents a specific, individual, material embodiment of a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in DC Public Library System. Check out the first episode of Season 2, featuring Sr. Helen Prejean, author of Dead Man Walking, which was a 1994 New York Times Bestseller before it was made into a feature film starring Susan Sarandon (who received the Academy Award for her portrayal of Sister Helen) and Sean Penn. In Race: A Theological Account, J. Kameron Carter meditates on the multiple legacies implicated in the production of a racialized world and that still mark how we function in it and think about ourselves.These are the legacies of colonialism and empire, political theories of the state, anthropological theories of the human, and philosophy itself, from the eighteenth-centu He is interested in what these intertwined issues have to do with the modern world, generally, and with America (or rather the Americas), more specifically, as a … J. Kameron Carter is a professor of religious studies at Indiana University. Read Edward Antonio's review of Brian Bantum's Redeeming Mulatto (subscription required). 94 $48.95 $48.95. 4.1 out of 5 stars 20. His theology is responsive to the moment we’re in. Includes discussion of martyrdom, art, and the reverence due to great books and sacred texts…, Oliver Crisp and the Theology of Christmas. The Kingdom and the Glory: For a Theological Genealogy of Economy and Government, which continues Agamben’s interest in the history of sovereignty and the exception, brings the discourse of theology to the forefront of questions about the nature of modern political economy and government. But is he tyrannized by this urgency? Dr. J. Kameron Carter often referred to Harriet Jacobs’ Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl in his Theology lectures, but it took me almost 4 years to make the time to start reading the book. Category: J. Kameron Carter Carter book event — Concluding open thread. ", Wandering in Darkness: Eleonore Stump on Suffering, Evil, and Personal Encounter, “The heart of Christianity is personal relationship, persons sharing love with each other. https://humanitieswritlarge.duke.edu/people/j-kameron-carter J. Kameron Carter’s Race: A Theological Account is a masterpiece. Lord Jesus Christ, Son of God, have mercy on me, a sinner. Krista Tippett discusses the social aspects of humility and how it enables communication with the religious and political other. The views expressed in this commentary do not necessarily represent those of BCNN1. Theologian Miroslav Volf on living theology in the fissures of life; memory and forgiveness; and the porous, open self, ready for encounter and embrace. We're All Monsters: Ralph Wood on the Good, the Bad, and the Human. Far from it. J. Kameron Carter works at the intersection of questions of race and the current ecological ravaging of the earth. Social media lowers the bar for being an activists. Peter Kreeft’s reflections, each as their own short and yet quite expansive essay, spanning from surfing and sanctification to C.S. Her emphasis on grace gives a way forward toward a life of healing, dignity, and freedom. Films Avatar and District 9 to investigate whether America is truly a culture. 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