Soul Forum

A weekly journey across the landscape of the collective soul. Each episode seeks to orient our lives to the unfolding experience of spirituality, ethics, sexuality and gender roles, civic engagement, our role in the ecosphere and more. Curated by Dan Senter in his role as guide to a progressive christian congregation in the California, Bay Area, and active participant in the commons. Featuring emerging scholars from around the world studying at the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley, California. Give yourself a moment to journey a little deeper into the human experience. Welcome to Soul Forum.

Send your questions for any episode to SoulForum@oslc.net and you may be selected to join the speaker in a live Q/A Zoom Forum.

Curator: Rev. Dan Senter, Our Savior’s of Lafayette & Creekside Commons | http://oslc.net
Editing: April Bell, Tree of Life Legacies
Artwork: Kyra Glover Find her work on-line or on Instagram @thelivingline

Episodes 5 - 7 include interviews with three distinguished academics in our body politic today. Professors Katie Walker Grimes of Villanova University, Sharon Jacob of the Pacific School of Religion, and David Grewal from the UC Berkeley School of Law join Leonard McMahon for a conversation on religion, race, gender, law, social policy, critical theory, and mass media. As we approach perhaps the most momentous election of the modern era, each brings not only theoretical expertise but a deep commitment to our democracy and an abiding concern for the shape it is in today. 

Q&A: Send questions for our Q/A Episode with the host at the completion of this three part series  to SoulForum@oslc.net

Host: Leonard McMahon, Doctoral Student in Political Theology at the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley, California

Curator: Rev. Dan Senter

Episodes 5 - 7 include interviews with three distinguished academics in our body politic today. Professors Katie Walker Grimes of Villanova University, Sharon Jacob of the Pacific School of Religion, and David Grewal from the UC Berkeley School of Law join Leonard McMahon for a conversation on religion, race, gender, law, social policy, critical theory, and mass media. As we approach perhaps the most momentous election of the modern era, each brings not only theoretical expertise but a deep commitment to our democracy and an abiding concern for the shape it is in today. 

Q&A: Send questions for our Q/A Episode with the host at the completion of this three part series  to SoulForum@oslc.net

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This week, Pastor Dan Senter interviews Victoria Price about her three-part series.

Adapting to the need for physical distancing, a resurgence of the old televangelism approach is having its day. How is on-line religion evolving, and will it meet the challenges and opportunities of our time?

Series Host: Victoria Price, PhD Student in Hindu Studies, GTU.

Curator & Host: Rev. Dan Senter, Our Savior's of Lafayette & Creekside Commons 

Adapting to the need for physical distancing, a resurgence of the old televangelism approach is having its day. How is on-line religion evolving, and will it meet the challenges and opportunities of our time?

Host: Victoria Price, PhD Student in Hindu Studies, GTU.

Send your questions to SoulForum@oslc.net with “S1E3” in the subject line and you may be selected to join the speaker in a live Q/A Zoom Forum.

Curator: Rev. Dan Senter, Our Savior's of Lafayette & Creekside Commons 

Adapting to the need for physical distancing, a resurgence of the old televangelism approach is having its day. How is on-line religion evolving, and will it meet the challenges and opportunities of our time? Part 2 of 3 in this series.

Send questions to SoulForum@oslc.net  and you may be selected to join the speaker in a live Q/A Zoom forum.

Host: Victoria Price, PhD Student in Hindu Studies, GTU.

Curator: Rev. Dan Senter

Adapting to the need for physical distancing, a resurgence of the old televangelism approach is having its day. How is on-line religion evolving, and will it meet the challenges and opportunities of our time? Host: Victoria Price, PhD Student in Hindu Studies, GTU.

Send questions to SoulForum@oslc.net  and you may be selected to join the speaker in a live Q/A Zoom Forum.

Curator: Rev. Dan Senter

Trailer: Soul Forum

A weekly journey across the landscape of the collective soul. Episodes seek to orient our lives to the unfolding experience of spirituality, ethics, sexuality and gender roles, civic engagement, our role in the ecosphere, and more. Curated by Dan Senter, guide to a progressive christian congregation and active participant in the commons. Featuring emerging scholars from around the world studying at the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley, California