Conversations: What is Faith? (Episode 22)

Emmanuel Buteau returns for a new “Conversations” episode of the Liminal Theology Podcast! Emmanuel and Jonathan Best explore contemporary issues and concerns through practical theology and liminality. In this deeply personal and reflective episode, Emmanuel and Jonathan tackle the question of faith. Together they explore faith through experience rather than theology or doctrine. Wishing to … Continue reading Conversations: What is Faith? (Episode 22)

Eileen Campbell-Reed (Episode 21)

In this episode I had the pleasure of talking with the Rev. Dr. Eileen Campbell-Reed. Eileen is Visiting Associate Professor of Pastoral Theology and Care at Union Theological Seminary, in New York City. She also teaches for the Women's Leadership Initiative MDiv program for Central Seminary in Nashville, Tennessee. Eileen is co-director of the Learning … Continue reading Eileen Campbell-Reed (Episode 21)

Conversations: What is Easter? (Episode 20)

Emmanuel Buteau joins me for a new “Conversations” episode of the Liminal Theology Podcast. Emmanuel and Jonathan Best explore contemporary issues and concerns through practical theology and liminality.  In this episode, Emmanuel and Jonathan explore the significance of Easter, particularly in its meaning as a symbol. They place Easter within the context of suffering, asking … Continue reading Conversations: What is Easter? (Episode 20)

Lisa Withrow (Episode 18)

It was my pleasure to talk with Dr. Lisa R. Withrow in this episode. Lisa is an International Coaching Federation-certified leadership coach, an accredited team coach, and consultant with expertise in conflict management, leadership formation and development. She has a Ph.D. in leadership studies and certificates in Executive Leadership, Change Leadership, and High-Performance Leadership, all … Continue reading Lisa Withrow (Episode 18)