In this episode of The Catacombic Machine Podcast, Josef speaks to theologian Jordan Miller about his new (so far unpublished) book Resisting Theology, Furious Hope.
Josef talks to secular humanist chaplain Bart Campolo. Bart has recently published a new book together with his father Tony Campolo: Why I Left, Why I Stayed: Conversations on Christianity Between an Evangelical Father and His Humanist Son. There is also a fresh documentary out about Bart and Tony, made by Belfast filmmaker John Wright: Far From The Tree.
Josef talks to Aaron Van Voorhies about his background as a fundamentalist Christian and his move towards radical theology. Aaron is now not only a radical theologian, he is also a pastor, which is an interesting combination. And he has written a book: A Survival Guide for Heretics.
Josef speaks to Conner Habib about desires, sex work, identity, religion, politics, activism and much more.
Josef talks to theologian Jeffrey Robbins about postsecularism, democracy, movements of resistance, the American election, trauma, radical theology and much more.
In today’s episode, Josef speaks to James Hill Jr., who is a long time friend of the podcast, about the American election, Malcolm X, evangelicalism and the times ahead.
Josef speaks to comedian Aron Flam about the connection between philosophy and comedy, Nietzsche, Deleuze, antisemitism, feminism, and much more.
Episode 1 of The Catacombic Machine features a conversation between Josef and philosopher Peter Sjöstedt-H, about Peter’s book Noumenautics, published by Psychedelic Press.