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In this episode, Matt and Justin speak with author, educator, athlete, James Madden about his recent book “Unidentified Flying Hyperobject: UFOs, Philosophy, and the End of the World” which is an application of the tools of academic philosophy to the UFO phenomenon.

James Madden /// A Grand Theory of the Weird

In this episode, Matt and Justin speak with author, educator, athlete, James Madden about his recent book “Unidentified Flying Hyperobject: UFOs, Philosophy, and the End of the World” which is an application of the tools of academic philosophy to the UFO phenomenon.

In this episode, Justin and Matt speak with Tripp Fuller and Thomas J Oord on the general topic of "God after Deconstruction" which is the title of a two-day event they are hosting at Drew University Feb 9 - 10.

Tripp Fuller + Tom Oord /// God After Deconstruction

In this episode, Justin and Matt speak with Tripp Fuller and Thomas J Oord on the general topic of "God after Deconstruction" which is the title of a two-day event they are hosting at Drew University Feb 9 - 10.

In this episode, Jake Given joins Matt and Justin to explore an experimental format whereby each person chooses and brings a short audio clip on any subject to the discussion. Sympathies emerge.

Jake Given /// Three of Swords

In this episode, Jake Given joins Matt and Justin to explore an experimental format whereby each person chooses and brings a short audio clip on any subject to the discussion. Sympathies emerge.

In this episode, Justin and Matt speak with Thomas Jay Oord about his most recent book, "The Death of Omnipotence, and Birth of Amipotence" wherein Tom outlines many of the reasons why omnipotence is no longer credible or salvageable and wherein he offers an alternative view of divine power.

Thomas Oord /// The Death of Omnipotence

In this episode, Justin and Matt speak with Thomas Jay Oord about his most recent book, "The Death of Omnipotence, and Birth of Amipotence" wherein Tom outlines many of the reasons why omnipotence is no longer credible or salvageable and wherein he offers an alternative view of divine power.

In this episode, Jordan Miller and Matt Baker speak to Jon Ivan Gill about a number of topics, including the then recently published collection "Toward Afrodiasporic and Afrofuturist Philosophies of Religion".

Jon Ivan Gill /// All Who Wander

In this episode, Jordan Miller and Matt Baker speak to Jon Ivan Gill about a number of topics, including the then recently published collection "Toward Afrodiasporic and Afrofuturist Philosophies of Religion".

In this episode, Matt Baker and Matt Segall speak with Whitehead scholar Gary Herstein about his reading of WH as well as what Process Theology can sometimes miss through inattentiveness to certain aspects of WH. Gary is coauthor of The Quantum of Explanation: Whitehead's Radical Empiricism.

Gary Herstein /// Quantum of Explanation w/ Matt Segall

In this episode, Matt Baker and Matt Segall speak with Whitehead scholar Gary Herstein about his reading of WH as well as what Process Theology can sometimes miss through inattentiveness to certain aspects of WH. Gary is coauthor of The Quantum of Explanation: Whitehead's Radical Empiricism.

In this episode, Matt Valler and Matt Baker speak with Dan Siedell about the curatorial-theology he is currently developing as a graduate student at Drew University.

Dan Siedell / Curatorial Theology

In this episode, Matt Valler and Matt Baker speak with Dan Siedell about the curatorial-theology he is currently developing as a graduate student at Drew University.

In this episode, we conclude our exploration of Clayton Crockett's book 'Energy and Change: A New Materialist Cosmotheology'. Specifically, Matt Baker and Matt Valler speak with Clayton Crockett himself to clarify and extend several ideas in this important book.

Clayton Crockett /// Energy and Change Conclusion

In this episode, we conclude our exploration of Clayton Crockett's book 'Energy and Change: A New Materialist Cosmotheology'. Specifically, Matt Baker and Matt Valler speak with Clayton Crockett himself to clarify and extend several ideas in this important book.

In this episode, Matt speaks with the International Congress for Infrathin Studies founding members Petra Carlsson, Dan Seidell, Jeremy Biles, and Brent Everett Dickenson about the origin, purpose, and work of the ICIS.

International Congress for Infrathin Studies /// Be Kind and Gape

In this episode, Matt speaks with the International Congress for Infrathin Studies founding members Petra Carlsson, Dan Seidell, Jeremy Biles, and Brent Everett Dickenson about the origin, purpose, and work of the ICIS.

In this episode, Justin and Matt speak to Andrew Davis about his recent book, Metaphysics of Exo-Life: Toward a Constructive Whiteheadian Cosmotheology.

Andrew Davis /// Metaphysics of Exo-life

In this episode, Justin and Matt speak to Andrew Davis about his recent book, Metaphysics of Exo-Life: Toward a Constructive Whiteheadian Cosmotheology.

In this episode, we continue our exploration of Clayton Crockett’s book, Energy and Change: A New Materialist Cosmotheology. Specifically, Mary Jane Rubenstein, Matt Valler, and Matt Baker discuss chapter 6 on Radical Theology and the Nature of God.

Mary-Jane Rubenstein /// Energy and Change Pt. 6

In this episode, we continue our exploration of Clayton Crockett’s book, Energy and Change: A New Materialist Cosmotheology. Specifically, Mary Jane Rubenstein, Matt Valler, and Matt Baker discuss chapter 6 on Radical Theology and the Nature of God.

In this episode, we continue our exploration of Clayton Crockett's book Energy and Change: A New Materialist Cosmotheology.  Specifically, Matt Baker and Matt Valler are joined by Petra Carlsson to discuss chapter 4, Of Spirit in Amerindian, Vodou, and Chinese Traditions.

Petra Carlsson /// Energy and Change Pt 5

In this episode, we continue our exploration of Clayton Crockett's book Energy and Change: A New Materialist Cosmotheology. Specifically, Matt Baker and Matt Valler are joined by Petra Carlsson to discuss chapter 4, Of Spirit in Amerindian, Vodou, and Chinese Traditions.

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